The Public Trust
Musician Ralph White (formerly of the Bad Livers) teams up with filmmaker Bill Daniel, chronicler of the TX punk scene, for a one-night-only exhibition of […]
CONGRATULATIONS to the Public Trust on 10 years of slinging zines and great art! We remember Art Prostitute, their old publication, fondly.
Matthew Mahon’s body of work, currently on view at The Public Trust, was inspired by Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s seminal series Hustlers, featuring carefully staged portraits of […]
Photographs whose subject stems from an encounter Mahon had with a prostitute in his formative years, when he lost his virginity at 14. Prostitutes were photographed […]
A group exhibition that further explores the intersection of text and image in contemporary art. Featuring work by William Binnie, Mel Bochner, Matthew Cusick, Cody […]
In this latest body of work, Moreno presents a series of small panel paintings depicting the vital organs of the human body as gems and […]
The Public Trust and MatrimonEy Clothing and Blakely Dadson will release 2 All That Glitters t-shirts with an encore presentation of this series of paintings […]
Blakely Dadson returns for his second solo exhibition which is comprised of 5 mixed media works on paper and a collection of small scale drawings […]
A collaborative exhibition between The Public Trust & Liliana Bloch Gallery. An e-catalog will be available at www.lilianablochgallery.com and www.trustthepublic.com
The Public Trust presents, Black Box, a solo exhibition of photographs by Misty Keasler.
The Public Trust presents the first major solo exhibition in Dallas by William Binnie. Binnie’s research interests as of late have turned towards the use […]
Billy Zinser returns for Lil’, a solo exhibition featuring 20 small scale paintings. At 5×5 inches, the paintings are much closer in size to […]
Born in the Netherlands, Jacobine van der Meer creates work influenced by her dual citizenship in the inner city of Los Angeles and Landers, a […]
A group exhibition featuring works by Lee Baker, William Binnie, Blakely Thomas Dadson, Taro-Kun and Mylan Nguyen among others.
FFB creator, Ha Mai, will talk about his brand, his personal background as a graphic designer, how he came about the Fur Face Boy brand, […]
A group exhibition and pop-up store featuring the work of: Magnificent Beard: Matt Brinker & Connor Hill, Kyle Confehr, Brian Gibb, Taro-Kun, Gina Mayes, Favio […]
Moreno’s debut solo exhibition: familiar religious iconography reinterpreted in vibrant colors. The Public Trust’s small room will be transformed into a Sour Grapes store, selling […]
Ozaeta collages imagery found on Japanese Internet forums and produces them as paintings, installations, editioned prints, zines, and t-shirts. The show incorporates QR codes that […]
The Public Trust’s Small Room will be transformed into a card shop featuring over 200 re-purposed sports individual painted cards, as well as t-shirts, prints, […]
New work explores the themes of love, loneliness, friendship, and death paying hommage to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s Le Petit Prince.
Featuring new editions by Bodega Negra, Willie Binnie, Kyle Confehr, Blakely Dadson, Heyd Fontenot, Brian Gibb, Letecia Gomez, Steven Hopwood-Lewis, Tania Kaufmann, Taro-Kun, Lawrence Lee, […]
Ink on paper drawings focusing on the absurdity of brand allegiance, irony, consumerism, social media, the notion of an “in” crowd and many other facets […]
New and recent works from the Dallas based painter, as well as a new series of Macrodons. The gallery’s small room will become a satellite […]
The Public Trust presents a two person show with Taro-Kun and Kayla Escobedo. For the night of the opening the gallery’s small room will become […]
Holiday Party is a group exhibition focusing on editioned works and small originals priced where you can consider the gift of art this holiday season. […]
All That Glitters features paintings in acrylic, thread and glitter by Portland based artist Blakely Dadson at The Public Trust. Using the Jesus Chain as […]
Jeremy Smith, self-made cartoonist and creator of Ropeburn, presents a solo exhibition featuring five new paintings as well as original drawings at The Public Trust. […]
HERB & DOROTHY tells the story of Herbert Vogel, a postal clerk, and Dorothy Vogel, a librarian, who managed to build one of the most […]
New drawings by Steven Hopwood-Lewis in small room… at The Public Trust. These works are on view in the gallery’s brand new project space!
The New Deal includes artists Blakely Thomas Dadson, Steven Hopwood-Lewis, James Gilbert, M, Brent Ozaeta, and Jeremy Smith among others.