Southern Methodist University Pollock Gallery

Southern Methodist University Pollock Gallery


P.O. Box 750356

Dallas, TX 75275-0356


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Gage Peer

An exhibition featuring works by SMU MFA candidate Gage Peer. In his work, Peer addresses themes of labor, gender and sexuality, and critical race studies.

Let's See Action

“Let’s See Action considers the uniquely cooperative and internationally oriented approach to the creation and dissemination of contemporary art that has been a characteristic of...

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Wide Open

An exhibition of works that focus on global trade. The show will also feature historical documents entailing plans of the unrealized Port of Dallas. The exhibition...

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An exhibition and broadcast by, a “nomadic, online, event-based bilingual radio transmission addressing themes of mobility, migration and transportation.” This show is curated by Pollock Curatorial...

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Above and Below the Surface

An exhibition of multi-sensory installations and videos by the graduating M.F.A students in Southern Methodist University’s Meadows division of art. Artists include Diamond Gray, Daniel...

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Division of Art Faculty Show

An exhibition featuring work by SMU faculty, including: Kael Alford, Kalee Appleton, Michael Corris, Barnaby Fitzgerald, Ira Greenberg, Debora Hunter, Brian Molanphy, Noah Simblist, Jay Sullivan, Philip Van...

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Lorem Ipsum

“Conceived as a collaborative curatorial experiment, Lorem Ipsum will be an ongoing dialogue among a group of curators selected from various backgrounds (academia, non-profit, commercial...

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A to Z: Abracadabra to Zombies

An exhibition of works exploring the intersection of humanity and technology. Supplemented with lectures and workshops, the exhibition will “present histories, ideas and objects that...

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From Dijon to Dallas

An exhibition featuring Melissa Tran and Hugo Capron, two artists who were chosen for an exchange program between SMU and École Nationale Supérieure d’Art (ENSA) of...

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Sarah Morris: 1972

In the film 1972, Sarah Morris gathers together picturesque views of Munich, archival photographs, the empty Olympic stadium, and interior spaces and interweaves them with...

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Where Are You From?

Kamal Aljafari, Aissa Deebi and Dor Guez on the subject of Palestinians within Israel. Curated by Noah Simblist. Guez’s project 40 Days, which he debuted...

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Dense Fog Advisory

The Department of Arts 2014 qualifying exhibition of works by second year MFA students Tim Best, William Binnie, Emily Lacour, Kiernan Lofland and Melissa Tran.

Jin-me Yoon: Extended Temporalities

Works that are part of an ongoing series of performance works for video. Curated by Sally Frater, Pollock Gallery Curatorial Fellow.  

Video Days

A film and video exhibition featuring Larry Clark, Florian Drexel, Spike Jonze, Nicolas Provost, Christopher Samuels, and Ryan Wolfe that addresses social stereotypes and human...

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Self-taught Masters of American Art

This exhibition brings together a number of rarely seen, works by James Castle, Frank Jones, Bill Traylor and Chelo González Amezcua, among others. The exhibition...

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Simen Johan: Until the Kingdom Comes

Large-scale enigmatic photographs that investigate the often-uneasy relationship existing between the natural world of animals and the confusion and chaos created by human activity. Hauntingly...

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