The Gallery at UTA
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An exhibition featuring works by new UTA faculty members Matt Clark, Gregory Scott Cook, and Daniel Garcia.
An exhibition of work by John Hernandez. Curated by Benito Huerta.
A show featuring BFA students from UTA.
UTA’s fifteenth Faculty Biennial exhibition.
An exhibition featuring works from the university’s collection that are not normally on display. Through the presentation of this work, the university is attempting to open...Read More
A group exhibition featuring painting, drawing, installation, and video works concerning disability by artists Gary Cannone, Sally Glass, Joseph Grigely, Olga Koumoundouros, Pierre Krause, Michelle...Read More
Concurrent solo exhibitions: Philip Van Keuren: Certain Named Parts and Liz Ward: Time and Temperature. Though expressed through distinctly different mediums, both artists share a...Read More
Rosenberg and McLeary are both longtime mainstays of the TX art scene. Congratulations to them and to UTA for hosting this show.
The Gallery at UTA presents a two person exhibition featuring Sarah Williams’ paintings of isolated buildings along with Amy Blakemore’s photographs of ordinary events and...Read More
The Gallery at UTA presents an exhibition of photo-based works by Seattle-area collaborative team, Garth Amundson and Pierre Gour, along with the work of Paho...Read More
Dallas artists, Kim Cadmus Owens and Allison V. Smith reimagine the urban landscape in abstractions and photographs.
Inspired by the ongoing Love Field Modernization Project, this exhibition showcases the lively public art activity at the two major airports in the Metroplex.
Ramirez, whose death in a bicycling accident at the age of 48 shocked the Texas art community, created powerful photographic works that explored issues of...Read More
Eleven artists living and working in Texas including Michael Bise, Karin Broker, Bill Haveron, Jayne Lawrence, Debbie LeBlanc, Leigh Anne Lester, M, Robyn O’Neil, Robert...Read More
Harada’s site-specific installation of suspended organic forms made out of black and white foam and wood creates a tranquil, mystical experience that reflects the artist’s...Read More
Curator Benito Huerta shows that “Painting is alive and well and flourishing in North Texas,” making his case for the versatility and range of paint...Read More
The Gallery at UTA has provided stimulating exhibitions of contemporary art for over two decades; in this celebratory group exhibition 25 artists were chosen by...Read More
Featuring the work of Sedrick Huckaby and Barbra Riley, this two-person exhibition at The Gallery at The University of Texas Arlington presents Huckaby’s canvases and...Read More
The Gallery at The University of Texas Arlington presents works by John Hitchcock in Epicenter showing concurrently with the exhibition Impressions: Prints Made in Texas....Read More
The Gallery at The University of Texas at Arlington presents Private Collections II: Works from four Metroplex private collections, curated by Benito Huerta. Huerta visited...Read More
The Gallery at The University of Texas at Arlington presents the works of Michael Noland and Fred Stonehouse in Outside Influences that is curated by...Read More
Prime Perception features two recent additions to the UT Arlington Art & Art History Department faculty!
The latest from the UT Arlington faculty, including Janet Chaffee, John Hartley, Sedrick Huckaby, Benito Huerta, Darryl Lauster, Kenda North, Andrew Ortiz, Nancy Palmeri and...Read More
The Gallery at UTA presents Geometry in Reflection, "featuring two internationally exhibiting artists who address architectonic forms and color relationships in their work. Tommy Fitzpatrick...Read More
UTA’s own Benito Huerta curated this three-person exhibition featuring Houston artist Allison Hunter (shown), Dallas artist and critic Cindy Hurt, and UTA Assistant Professor of...Read More
Check out what more than 40 Dept. of Art and Art History faculty members have been up to outside of the classroom.
What a pair! Cabrera was born in Monterrey, Mexico and currently lives in El Paso. She has gained national recognition for her soft sculptures of...Read More