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A series of photographs by Jeremy Enlow that provide a look into the behind-the-scenes life of a cattle ranch.
Works by Keith Carter that explore mythical imagery and new ways of seeing the natural world.
An exhibition of photographs by Elliott Erwitt. Ranging from humorous images of dogs to serious images of the Civil Rights era, Erwitt’s photographs document 20th century America.
A screening of the award winning independent film Little Fugitive (1953).
An exhibition exploring the diversity and evolving landscape of the Big Apple featuring photographs taken between the 1920’s and 60’s by Michael Kenna, John Albok,...Read More
A biennial exhibition showcasing rare collectibles such as art glass, folk art, kitsch, paintings, antiques, and vernacular photography, each selected by gallery director and collector,...Read More
An exhibition of photographs taken in France over the past several decades by landscape photographer Michael Kenna, following the release of his related book and...Read More
An exhibition celebrating PDNB Gallery’s 20th Anniversary with a show featuring work by Keith Carter, Chema Madoz, Esteban Pastorino Diaz, Bill Owens, Marta Maria Perez...Read More
Photographer Earlie Hudnall, Jr. studied at Texas Southern University in the late-1960s under the direction of John Biggers. This exhibition of Hudnall’s striking photographs includes...Read More
Since the very beginning of photography, artists have been manipulating the medium in all sorts of ways (and more to come!). Featured artists: Gyory Kepes,...Read More
Geof Kern makes stylish editorial and advertising photographs.
PDNB Gallery will exhibit what we believe is the MOST IMPORTANT photograph ever made. This photograph was found several years ago by PDNB Gallery Director,...Read More
They had us at No Thigh Gap + Furry Nether Regions + Speedo + Fish.
Schol presents his recent linoleum cuts.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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.