May 5 - June 2, 2018
"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 us as tourists on this planet, who need to take better care of each other as well as our vacation home."
An exhibition featuring works by Christopher Blay, Chris Bramel, Simeen Farhat, Etty Horowitz, DJ Perera, Alvaro Perez, Nathan Porterfield, Jason Reynaga, and Winter Rusiloski.
“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...Read More
“”Michelle Thomas Richardson’s new work is informed by the curious interactions between perception and reality.”
“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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
“Georganne Deen is known for her dark, macabre paintings in which she combines monstrous subjects with ghostly text and poetry. In her show Psychic Violence...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by C. Mark Burt. The works in the show are a deep dive into Burt’s imaginary world featuring vaguely humanoid creatures called...Read More
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...Read More
A show of miniature paintings by artist Peggy Wauters.
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...Read More
A collaborative show of works by Chris Dreier and Gary Farrelly, the co-founders of The Office for Joint Administrative Intelligence (OJAI). “Farrelly and Dreier comment on the...Read More
A show of works by Memphis-based artist Mary Jo Karimnia.
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
A show of new works by Barbara Horlander. The pieces in the show explore how time impacts the female body.
A show of new paintings and sculptures by Erica Stephens.
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.