Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery
January 11 - March 29, 2014
The artists selected for this show have mostly lived in New York City all their lives and captured the energy and emotion reflected in the city during the Great Depression, WWII, the 1950's, the Vietnam War and the Disco era of the 70's.
This exhibition will include many Latin American artists exhibited at PDNB who have established themselves as significant artists in the U.S. and their own countries.
Greiner photographically traced the historic path that JFK took after he landed at Love Field.
PDNB is giving a free screening of the unfinished film focusing on the 2003 exhibition of the same titled. The film is approximately 14 min [...]
The talk will focus on Dallas based photographer Chris Regas, his works and influence in the Dallas photographic scene.
PDNB Gallery presents an exhibition of photographs by Dallas photographer, Chris Regas. This will be a retrospective of his long and productive career spanning over [...]
Join PDNB in celebrating this group of photographers that worked in Dallas during the 1970′s. Every 3rd Sunday a young, creative and influential group of Dallas [...]
William Eggleston was a significant artist in the evolution of color photography, using it to amplify the vivid details of his seemingly ordinary environment.
Fun Show! Is becoming a biennial tradition. PDNB Gallery will once again refrain from showing strictly photo-based art and will instead turn its focus on [...]
PDNB Gallery presents Tom Kennaugh’s first Texas solo exhibition. The exhibition will feature his collage works mostly produced in the last few years.
The summer heat is around the corner which means it is time for the ubiquitous summer group shows. In the past, PDNB Gallery has presented [...]
PDNB Gallery presents its second exhibition of crime scene photographs. Photographs of Mob characters, including Albert Anastasia, will be featured as well as actual crime scenes [...]
Works by the 1950′s pin-up-turned influential cheesecake photographer.
Vintage photographs by a Hungarian-born New York photographer display his search for art in the most common places of the densely populated city of New [...]
Kenna’s signature long-exposure black and white photographs present the landscape as something that cannot be seen with the naked eye, abstracting reality.
Photography by Bauhaus artists and Carlotta Corpron, Ida Lansky and Barbara Maple, three North Texas artists who were influenced by German Bauhaus modernist principles.
Texas photographer Jack Ridley’s first solo exhibition at PDNB features large format photographs of Texas’ beloved Big Bend National Park.
Gallery Director Burt Finger took part in Russia’s first International Photography Portfolio Review in Moscow, and found works by Dmitri Beliakov, Gregori Maiofis, Ivan Mikhailov, [...]
Group exhibition of PDNB gallery artists.
Three PDNB Gallery artists document the U.S./Mexico border. Delilah Montoya’s Trail of Thirst series reveals the migrant border crossings through the O’odham Tohono Nation reservation. [...]
Folksy photos from Carter’s 1986 road trip through exotic East Texas. The show is in conjuncton with the re-release of his seminal book of the [...]
Portraits of Burt Finger, Director of PDNB Gallery in Dallas, Texas. It is important that you know who Burt is. Aside from his movie star [...]
Opens Saturday, September 10, 5–8 pm Spanish artist Chema Madoz’s studio in Madrid is filled with a wide assortment of objects: candles, a dart board, [...]
Why is this a FUN SHOW? Because, for this show only, PDNB Gallery will not exhibit strictly photo-based art. This exhibition explores the mind of [...]
PDNB Gallery hosts an exhibition of photographs by Neil Leifer presented by Sports Illustrated and in conjunction with the celebration of Super Bowl XLV at [...]
Chris Verene unleashes his second solo exhibition at PDNB Gallery this fall. Photographs from his recently released book, FAMILY, are featured which continue the story [...]
PDNB Gallery exhibits photographs by Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) of the Mexican Surrealist painter, Frida Kahlo. Most of the portraits on view were taken in Nick’s [...]
Two different exhibitions kick start the Fall at PNNB Gallery with Hot Dogs, Lobbies, Football and Ouagadougou, a group exhibition featuring four artists focused on [...]
Who says you need professional photography equipment to create a photograph? Photographs Do Not Bend celebrates the iPhone as a legitimate tool in creative instant [...]
Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery reaches in to their "crypt" of inventory for their summer exhibition Tales from the Crypt, on view though September 4. [...]
Photographs & Etchings: Lee Friedlander + Jim Dine is unveiled at Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery in the John Albok gallery. This portfolio was published [...]
It’s Showtime! See the world of the weird and bizarre with photographers Jimmy and Dena Katz who capture the last classic traveling Side Show in [...]