The Goss-Michael Foundation

The Goss-Michael Foundation


1405 Turtle Creek Blvd.

Dallas, TX 75207


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Alex Prager: Face In The Crowd

A two-part exhibition, held in conjunction with the Dallas Symphony’s SOLUNA festival, featuring Alex Prager’s large-scale photographs of elaborately staged crowd scenes, as well as...

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Jesse Morgan Barnett: Personal Life

Dallas based artist Jesse Morgan Barnett’s installation designates categories of objects, images, and text according to aesthetic and conceptual relationships.

Jeff Gibbons: Auto Relativity Kinetotron

Exhibition by mixed media installation artist Jeff Gibbons–a recent artist in residence at CentralTrak and co-organizer of the Deep Ellum Windows series of pop-up exhibitions.


Neil Raitt’s distinctly patterned canvases—inspired by Bob Ross and his cult-classic TV program “The Joy of Painting”—mend digital age visual language and approachable landscapes picked...

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Michelle Rawlings: (FEATURE)

Look at Goss-Michael showing Dallas-based artists! Rawlings presents recent paintings and “Painters Painting,” a short documentary-style “fake, yet autobiographical interview” she made in graduate school...

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Nathan Green

(FEATURE) is a new program of the Goss-Michael Foundation directed toward engaging Dallas-based artists with the programming of the Foundation. A single work of the...

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Ben Sansbury: Next, Now, Then

Sansbury’s work is often been marked by excess with collage, heavily overworked/handmade anthropomorphic masks and tableaux or large scale installation. This exhibition focuses on his...

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Dan Rees

The Foundation’s First Artist in Residence, British-born artist Dan Rees has been invited to live for a time in Dallas and create original work. Area...

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Semigloss Release Party

The second issue of semigloss, a printed art publication, will explore ideas of EPHEMERA. The release party will be held in conjunction with an exhibition...

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Bryan Adams: Exposed

Musician Bryan Adams captures intimate images of a cross-section of international celebrities in the entertainment, fashion and art industries.


A large group of Linder’s characteristic collages from the collection of George Michael and Kenny Goss and new large-scale photographs displayed in light-boxes.  Age Suitability: ...

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Adam McEwen

McEwen’s work resides somewhere between the celebratory and the funereal.  It identifies strands of European melancholy in the Pop object, and the scuffs of history...

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Russell Young Retrospective

Young began photographing celebrities 20 years ago, starting with Goss-Michael Foundation co-founder and music icon George Michael. After a life-threatening illness in 2010, came again...

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Nigel Cooke

Nigel Cooke’s paintings construct a dark and melancholic world at the Goss-Michael Foundation. He’s got a PhD form Goldsmith’s, London.

A Tribute to Tracy Emin

The inaugural exhibit of the new Goss-Michael Foundation, focuses on contemporary British art, showcases Emin first. Read a recent interview by Charissa Terranova with Kenny...

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Adam Ball: Graffiti Love

British painter Ball comes to Dallas after recently having a show at Paul Kasmin Gallery in NY.

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