November 19 - December 17, 2016
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 around the world. With Pedacitos de Paz, Vallarino urges viewers to actively seek change and peace in the world, since '...violence cannot be stopped by the futile actions of thinking, wishing, and praying.'"
November 19 - December 17, 2016
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 grouped on either side of the divide." Featuring art by Sheryl Anaya, Rachael Banks, Dwayne Carter, Colette Copeland, Val Curry, Randall Garrett, Danielle Georgiou, Dennis Gonzalez, Randy Guthmiller, Thor Johnson, Rachel Muldez, Patrick Patterson-Carroll, Ryder Richards, David Sunshine, Marilyn Waligore, Montoya Williams, and Carlo Zinzi.
Pinky Diablo [a.k.a. Ennis artist Tom Sale] will paint his signature skeleton paintings on book covers — even personalizing a selection for guests!
Small works by over 100 Ro2 artists and guests: it’s CHAOS!
Griffin’s work consists of masks, patterns and hybrid creatures.
Bold forms and atmospheres in geometric abstraction.
Goode takes on the role of an archaeologist, researching, documenting, and rebuilding the legacy of an imaginary ancient civilization. He creates staged archaeological excavations and...Read More
New paintings and two installations by Nigerian-born artist Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiya (known as Akirash). There will be a final performance at the conclusion of the...Read More
An exhibition featuring Robin Ragin, David W. Van Ness, and Joy Ude + More!
An installation of totems and vessels formed from pulped paper waste from a local/corporate food and beverage retailer that investigates the material possibilities hidden within local...Read More
Seven contemporary artists present new works exploring the medium of paint. Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiyi aka Akirash Fannie Brito Chance Dunlap TJ Griffin Linda Dee Guy...Read More
A group show of small works featuring over 80 Ro2 Artists and guests. Dallas folks will have a chance to check out Houston’s own Mark Harold...Read More
Ro2 Art welcomes Justin Ginsberg for his solo exhibition, Mesophase.
A one-night-only performance by artist/dancer Danielle Georgiou and actor/musician Justin Locklear. A reception will follow. Pizzicato Porno premiered last month at the Rogue Performance Festival...Read More
MUSCLE NATION are: Andy Amato, Willie Baronet, Sandi Edgar, Danielle Georgiou, Hillary Holsonback, Emily Loving, and Robin Myrick. Being equal parts absurd and sincere, as...Read More
Two young artists present work created in the years since graduating from Texas Christian University.
Photographed postage stamps that function as historical documents. The images on the stamps reveal their journey through political revolutions, cultural celebrations, inner turmoil and prosperity.
Ro2 Art and Joshua Goode are host a special exhibit and silent auction to raise money for Patrick Short, a young contemporary artist and Dallas...Read More
A study of platonic geometrical arrangements incollage and sculpture by recent UNT graduate Matthew Koons. Presented by The MAC and Ro2 Art Downtown Gallery.
Castings lend a sense of durability to tasty treats, which might have otherwise been eaten or destined to melt away.
The Irish artist creates a world where beauty is found in airport terminals, road maps, skyscrapers, statistics, cryptography and rubber stamped bureaucracy, produced while he...Read More
Projects from the Fall Foundations program at SMU, headed by Professor David Dreyer. Artists include Jordan Castilleja, Eric Docherty, Floy Gaidarski, Katherine Habeck, Justine McGregor,...Read More
New work by Chris Bramel, Sibylle Bauer, Tuba Koymen, Alisa Levy, and Byrd Williams IV.
An art happening that encourages a lineage of Dallas artists to engage in evolutionary and collaborative art creation. The “first generaton” of the three-part show ...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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.