A show of paintings by Anita Kunz.
A show of works by Yuni Lee.
For Brian K. Jones’ new series of paintings, he follows “the story of Little Bloata, a young girl first introduced in his comic UPCHUCK #1, who...Read More
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...Read More
A group exhibition featuring works by Charles Richard Clary, Cuyler Etheredge, Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff, Carol Ivey, Julon Pinkston, and Ben Terry.
A show of works by DFW artist Tuba Köymen.
An exhibition of works by Adam Palmer.
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,...Read More
An exhibition by Bernardo Vallarino. “Vallarino’s installation is critical of objects that uselessly promote a cause, instead encouraging active participation in reducing violence in cities and countries...Read More
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...Read More
A show of works by Jeanne Neal.
An exhibition of multi-media installations and sculptures exploring the social impact of Mexican culture on politics.
A show of paintings and sculptures by Val Curry.
Dallas-based artist Gillian Bradshaw-Smith presents Finding Daphne, “a series of paintings in gouache and large-scale mixed-media fabric collage inspired by sensuous forms found in crepe myrtle trees.”...Read More
Ro2’s annual small works show. Featuring art by: Sheryl Anaya | Karla Areli | Sarah Atlee | Matt Bagley | Joshua Banks| Rachel King Barker...Read More
A new installation by Dallas-based artist Cassie Phan.
An exhibition of works by Bumin Kim. The artist on their work: These works shift, undulate, and pulse into our space, promulgating themselves as entities emancipated...Read More
An exhibition by The Nomadic Fungi Institute, a group “dedicated to the research and documentation of the mutated fungus classified as Nomadic Fungi.” The show explores whether...Read More
A going away party / sell-a-thon for Adam Neese.
An exhibition of paintings by Memphis-based artist Alexander Paulus. The artist on his work: “My paintings are a representation of how ridiculous I think life can...Read More
An exhibition of works by Thomas Menikos. The works in the show comment on issues of identity, maturity, and charlatanism, as they become entangled in the artist’s...Read More
An exhibition of works by Austin-based Nigerian artist Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiya. From the artist: “Is the responsibility of individuals to use the gifts given to them, or...Read More
An exhibition of works by Denton-based artist Julie LIbersat. The show consists of a 3D printed piece of highway submerged in an aquarium with additional video elements.
An exhibition by Dallas-based artists Sonali Khatti and Scott Winterrowd. In their work, the two artists “let the viewer into their own personal narratives, revealing...Read More
“In the dark underbelly of the North Pole lives a legion of elves deeply, deeply dissatisfied with their lot in life. They’ve let themselves go...Read More
A show featuring work by three Korean female artists, Bumin Kim, Yuni Lee, and Jieun Lim. “Color, pattern, and shape play essential roles in their works,...Read More
An exhibition of works by Peggy Wauters consisting of “humanoid forms that bespeak extreme experience.” The artist usually presents her works juxtaposed on the wall so...Read More
An exhibition of new etchings and engravings created between 2013 and 2015.
“Mark S. Nelson’s desaturated landscapes containing pops of bright color from invented abstract beings are viewed alongside Cathey Miller’s colorful, portrait-based space environments, creating a...Read More
An exhibition featuring landscapes by Mark S. Nelson and depictions of space environments by Cathey Miller.
A group exhibition featuring small works by over 100 artists.
An exhibition of new work by Chance Dunlap reflecting the Lubbock-born artist’s rural roots and material interests.