Ro2 Art

Ro2 Art

http://www.ro2art.com

(214) 803-9575

1501 South Ervay Street

Dallas, TX 75215

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Chaos!!!!!!

Ro2 Art

August 4 - September 8, 2018

Chaos!!!!!! is back! This annual exhibition of small-scale works features over 100 artists.



PAST

Nancy Ferro: The Past Informs

“Nancy Ferro is interested in the reclamation and transformation of old structures and architectural forms. Contemplating the negligence of erasing old frameworks and erecting new...

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Ken Craft: Ain't Like I Thought

An exhibition of new works by Ken Craft. The pieces in the show combine “a comic book approach to storytelling along with oil painting.”

Kathy Robinson-Hays: traveling light

“Through her vision of the landscape, Kathy Robinson-Hays references themes of fragility, transparency, the discarded and the forgotten. As an adoptee she sees all of...

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Bumin Kim: land·scape

An exhibition of works by Korean artist Bumin Kim. Kim’s work draws from nature, “often extracting and simplifying landscapes and organic forms into geometric color fields.”

Linda Dee Guy: Littoral Imaginarium

“In Littoral Imaginarium, Linda Dee Guy explores the seaside as a powerful source of creative inspiration. Symbolizing the realm in which two worlds meet, the...

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Michelle Thomas Richardson: Mirror

“”Michelle Thomas Richardson’s new work is informed by the curious interactions between perception and reality.”

Benjamin Terry: Limerick

“In his newest body of work, Benjamin Terry draws inspiration from the poetic structure of the limerick. Known for his clever use of bright colors...

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Xiao Lu Liu: Arrested Identity

An exhibition featuring works by Texas artist Xiao Lu Liu. The pieces in the show explore “the often untold struggle of identity forming in a toxic...

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Brian Scott: Nuptials

An exhibition featuring new prints by Dallas artist Brian Scott. “This series of work features vibrant images of lovers in comical, amorous poses which will appear...

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Joshua Goode: Pegasus Armor

A show of new works by Dallas artist Joshua Goode. The pieces in the show play with ideas of history by fabricating historical artifacts and their...

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Adam Benjamin Fung: Iceberg X

A show of works by Adam Benjamin Fung. In this body of work, Fung “recaptures the enchanting landscapes that he witnessed during his Artist Residency in...

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Chaos!

Chaos!, Ro2’s annual group show of small-scale works, is back! This year’s artists include: Alchemystery, Karla Areli, Matt Bagley, Sibylle Bauer, Moni Bell, Allison Belliveau-Proulx,...

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Mark Ross: Life Works

A show of new paintings by Mark Ross. The works are created during live modeling sessions, meaning Ross creates the works “in the moment under the constraints...

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Ray-Mel Cornelius: Every Day

An exhibition of paintings by Dallas-based artist Ray-Mel Cornelius. The works in the show use color, form, texture, and scale to explore Oak Cliff’s relationship to heritage,...

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The F-Word: Feminism and Contemporary Art

A panel discussion exploring current feminist themes and traditional notions of what feminism means. The panel is moderated by interdisciplinary artist/filmmaker, curator, and scholar Lauren Cross and...

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Jeff Parrott: Psyexpression Manifesto

Psyexpression Manifesto is an exhibition taken from Jeff Parrott’s idea that “our minds [create] raw reality in data imagery sound and thought. Recording the data is...

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In Search of Meaning

A group exhibition featuring works by Charles Richard Clary, Cuyler Etheredge, Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff, Carol Ivey, Julon Pinkston, and Ben Terry.

Ro2ooth Gift Grab

Ro2 Art and Art Tooth are presenting a small works pop-up show for the holidays! Artists include: Wyatt Adams, Alexa Alarcon, Greg Bahr, Jessica Beatty,...

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Paradise vs. Utopia: Disputed Ideals

The final installment of Dallas’ Freefall Festival. For this exhibition, the “gallery space will be split between paradise and utopia, with artists’ interpretations of each ideal...

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