14 soft sculptures representing cactus plants native in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico exploring immigration, fair labor, craft traditions, and economic empowerment.
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Talley Dunn Gallery presents Within & Beyond, a group exhibition of works on paper and sculpture by artists Jonathan Borofsky, Sophie Calle, Ann Hamilton, Vija Celmins, […]
With her exhibition Some New Paintings, Susie Rosmarin presents two series of her grids and precise lines that offer new chapters in the artist’s recognized […]
Natasha Bowdoin’s exhibition “In the Garden” continues the artist’s play with language and literature in an attempt to create unconventional ways of “seeing” important texts.
Talley Dunn Gallery announces an exhibition of new work by Helen Altman entitled clear view. Altman expresses a respect for nature. Her interest in capturing minute […]
Talley Dunn Gallery presents a group exhibition called Pleased To Meet Me of recent work by six artists, including Kristen Cochran, Rachel Cox, Laurie Frick, Jessica […]
Abstract painter Sam Reveles shows twelve paintings and works on paper that explore the abstract possibilities inspired by landscape . The exhibition’s title references the Aran […]
Digitally manufactured compositions investigate the assumed veracity of the photographic image.
10 lithograph and intaglio prints completed by the artist at ULAE over the past twenty years.
A renowned American artist paints female figures entirely from imagination. Posed sitting or standing in strange interiors and gazing directly at the viewer, they appear […]
A group exhibition, featuring the work of Julie Bozzi, Vernon Fisher, Joseph Havel, Linda Ridgway, Matthew Sontheimer, Erick Swenson and Xiaoze Xie explores the idea […]
New still life compositions and paintings of historic buildings in Galveston, Bates continues his quest to capture of essence of place. Bronze sculptures of various […]
New paintings of paintings in Fuchs’ first show with the gallery.
Six new works are full-blown dialogues between two parties, carefully diagramed so that the viewer may trace every part of the discourse.
A group exhibition featuring the work of Jeff Elrod, Joseph Havel, Susie Rosmarin, Joel Shapiro, Tara Donovan, and Marco Maggi
Fantastical glass sculptures by the undisputed glassmaster, who is also showing large envoronmental pieces at the Dallas Arboretum.
Some major paintings from the last two decades of Texas legend Joseph Glasco’s career. Glasco (1925-1996) came to prominence in the early 1950s with his […]
Recent drawings and bronze sculptures inspired by various works of poetry and literature by authors such as Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, and Lewis Carroll.
Tens of thousands of shirt labels presenting the simple text, “nothing” pinned to the gallery wall. Also stacked bronzed objects and a series of minimally […]
Mother of all stain-painters, Helen Frankenthaler became famous for pouring pigment directly onto large-scale, unprimed canvases and avoiding the gestural brushstrokes of the abstract expressionism. […]
Revered and collected since the early 1960s, painter Philip Pearlstein reclaimed the nude figure with his own woodenly realistic approach: painting nude figures as if […]