The Power Station

The Power Station

214 827 0163

3816 Commerce Street

Dallas, TX


Emergency Measures

The Power Station

September 5 - October 9, 2015

An exhibition of works that explore the space between presence, absence, and the way we interpret awareness in daily life. Artists include Rodney Graham, Jill Magid, Mark Manders, K.r.m Mooney, Lais Myrrha, R.H. Quaytman, and Alona Rodeh.


Israel Lund

The grids and abstracted images of these paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Israel Lund were created through a process mixing digital and analogue techniques.

Ella Kruglyanskaya: Grafika

The female figure has long been the focus of NY-based, Latvian-born Ella Kruglyanskaya’s work. Known for her bright cartoony paintings of women, here she presents...

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The Dallas Biennial continues…. Gary Cannone, Oliver Laric, Miklos Onucsan, Adrian Piper, and Konrad Smolenski.

Michael E. Smith

Smith’s work seems innocuous: tool parts and animal parts in a spare installation throughout the gallery read as remnants and remains.  

Walead Beshty: Fair Use

Collages of Mexican newspapers, a cold-war era films screening, and ceramic sculpture by red-hot LA art phenom.

Amarillo Entropy

The Power Station presents Amarillo Entropy, an exhibition comprised of artworks, artifacts, ephemera, screenings, and discussions, with Amarillo, Texas at its center. Using Robert Smithson’s writings...

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Charles Mayton: Two-Step

New York-based artist Charles Mayton is a conceptual painter whose practice is at once object-oriented and theoretical. His paintings are witty and physically sumptuous “allegories...

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Jacob Kassay: No Goal

Jacob Kassay is an emerging contemporary American artist whose practice includes painting, sculpture, site-specific installation and video.

Virginia Overton: Deluxe

Drawing on her upbringing in rural Tennessee, Overton uses ratchet straps, timber, ladders, commercial grade lighting and electrical fittings, as materials for intuitive sculptural arrangements.

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