The Goss-Michael Foundation
August 12 - September 7, 2017
Intersection is a two-person show featuring Icelandic artist Melkorka Korkimon and New York artist Ondine Viñao. The show is organized by The Goss-Michael Foundation's Spring/Summer 17 Curatorial Fellow, William Henry Farrell.
A show of works by English artist Billy Childish.
New paintings by Dallas-based artist Marjorie Schwarz.
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...Read More
Dallas based artist Jesse Morgan Barnett’s installation designates categories of objects, images, and text according to aesthetic and conceptual relationships.
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...Read More
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...Read More
The first real pairing of a local and an international artist at Goss. Rawlings, who will present recent paintings and a short documentary-style film work,...Read More
Paintings that have not been touched by the artist.
(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...Read More
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...Read More
An exhibition at the Goss-Michael Foundation including a Thomas Lawson Retrospective and group exhibition with work by Conrad Atkinson, Derek Boshier, Joseph Grigely, Stephen Lapthisophon,...Read More
On view: Dan Rees, Gravel Master
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...Read More
Susan/Elizabeth presents artists addressing feminine relationships. Also online at Womanorial.com.
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...Read More
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: ...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Nigel Cooke’s paintings construct a dark and melancholic world at the Goss-Michael Foundation. He’s got a PhD form Goldsmith’s, London.
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...Read More
British painter Ball comes to Dallas after recently having a show at Paul Kasmin Gallery in NY.