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A show celebrating Talley Dunn Gallery and its artists. Featuring works by: Anila Quayyum Agha, Helen Altman, Jennifer Bartlett, David Bates, Tim Bavington, Natasha Bowdoin, Julie Bozzi,...Read More
A show of works by Tara Donovan, Leonardo Drew, Maya Lin, Louise Nevelson, and Fred Wilson.
An installation of works by artist Erick Swenson. Featuring three recent sculptures, Ne Plus Ultra, Study for Dressage, and Schwamerei, this exhibition is in celebration of the...Read More
A show of new paintings by artist Vernon Fisher. The pieces in the show draw from pop culture, literature, and science in an attempt to “highlight...Read More
An exhibition of new works by David Bates. The paintings in the show follow the artist’s “continuing interest in capturing the essence of a place, person,...Read More
An exhibition of new photographs by Rachel Cox. The pieces in the show depict hot tubs and other luxury items in an attempt to examine how...Read More
An exhibition curated by Jesse Meráz and featuring works by Gabriel Dawe, Ricardo Paniagua, Susie Rosmarin, Rusty Scruby and Jon Vogt.
An exhibition and auction of works from the collection of Sonny Burt and Robert Butler. The show and auction includes works by numerous Texas artists, including...Read More
An exhibition of sculptures and drawings by Dallas-based artist Linda Ridgway. The works in the show are inspired by “poetry and the beauty of the natural...Read More
A solo exhibition of recent work by Houston-based artist Natasha Bowdoin. The show will feature a large installation of cut paper and painted board that draws...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Sarah Williams. In her practice, Williams paints scenes from photographs and explores the different moods landscapes can evoke.
An exhibition of new drawings and sculptures by Joseph Havel. The works in the show are a response to a poem by Dean Young entitled “How to...Read More
An exhibition of paintings that explore “concepts of time, memory, political events, and documentation. The subjects of his large-scale, still life paintings include books and...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Francesca Fuchs. Drawn from photographs of Christmas trees, the paintings “document the yearly ritual of installing an odd piece of...Read More
An exhibition of new work by Dallas-based artist Ted Kincaid. Recalling classic landscape painters, these paintings by Kincaid blur forms and deconstruct the possibility of narrative in...Read More
A solo exhibition of new work by Dale Chihuly. Comprised of large and small format sculpture, some of these works are inspired by the artists’ life-long fascination...Read More
An exhibition of new work by Dallas-based artist, Kana Harada, including a large-scale, sculptural installation and watercolor paintings.
An exhibition of new paintings on paper by Texas artist Liz Ward celebrating the history of the Mississippi River.
An exhibition featuring six recent works on paper by abstract artist Sam Reveles. Inspired by the subtle colors of Ireland’s grey landscape and skies, the...Read More
A solo exhibition of sculptures and installation work by Brooklyn-based artist Leonardo Drew made by manipulating materials such as wood, iron, cotton, paper and mud.
Sontheimer’s stream of consciousness artworks are iterations of his internal dialogue on a variety of topics, rendered through interrelated hand-writings, printed text, and images. “Do...Read More
14 soft sculptures representing cactus plants native in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico exploring immigration, fair labor, craft traditions, and economic empowerment.
The Fort Worth-based artist presents fourteen small-scale, gouache on paper paintings that present landscapes at various times of day and season, each an intimate study...Read More
Together for over 40 years, Sonny Burt and Bob Butler were generous supporters of the Dallas arts scene for several decades. Their collection ranged from...Read More
Myers‘ fantastical biomorphic/celestial drawings hearken to those of Lee Bontecou.
Better than most is Rachel Cox‘s series of photographs of county fairs, livestock shows, and agricultural competitions throughout the southeast.
An exhibition of new work by Bates continuing his exploration into the possibilities of still-life, Bates’ recent paintings feature a more restricted palette of gray and black...Read More
Havel presents seven translucent towers of books piled onto one another. Cast in polyurethane resin, the sculptures have objects like paperback books and smooth stones suspended inside.
Photographs from the Alcázar in Seville, the Alhambra in Granada, and the Mosque-Cathedral in Cordoba.
Miller continues to explore the narrative potential of the animal world by revisiting many of the themes that she has surveyed in her work for the...Read More
Robyn O’Neil has really shaken things up with her new works which are generally smaller and now in color with oil pastel. Bold moves.
These paintings continue Fisher’s exploitation of a wide range of pop cultural and literary references that resist interpretation.