Ro2 Art Downtown
Working with photographs from mostly mature men, Griffin creates his own heroes, using the idea of hidden identity in a somewhat ridiculous creepy way, contrasting […]
Is “humanity inherently engendered through existential opposition?” Thomas and Shumway examine both the historical seduction of material trappings and man’s contentious, often sycophantic, relationship with […]
In the 1960s, we had the Fluxus. Minimal performances highlighting the connections between everyday objects and art. The collective artists of IN COOPERATION WITH MUSCLE […]
Three artists explore the pressures of manhood, the fragility between life and death, and the triumphs, desires, and disasters that occur socially, worldly, and personally.
Dallas artist r. mateo diago, once primarily a painter, works with assemblage, photography, typography and journaling. I’m told his background as a graphic artist, self-identification […]
Otherworldly, abstracted “character art” in various media drawn from Eldredge’s notebooks.
Dallas sculptor Alexander DiJulio makes an installation of found fragments for his first show in Texas.
Fort Worth Artist Blay will use painting, sculpture, and photography to explore the boundaries between art and culture.
Bunnies & dinosaurs is a visual journey that synchronizes the cycles of life, death and beyond with objects that occupy both two and three dimensions. […]
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary presents a new artistic affiliation program Ro2 Gallery, owned by Susan Roth Romans and Jordan Roth. As part of their newest […]