Umbrella Gallery

Umbrella Gallery

2803 Taylor St.

Dallas, Texas 75226

CURRENT

Trevor Yokochi: BURNS/ PUNCTUM/ TAOS

Umbrella Gallery

September 23 - October 21, 2017

A show of works by Trevor Yokochi. " By exploring the beauty in ambiguity, monumentality, and voyeurism, Yokochi uncovers curious ways of mark making and application that evoke feeling within. This collection of work radiates personal reflections of struggling and perceptions of the human condition."



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Liz Housewright: Mixed Blessings

A show of works by Liz Housewright. “Acting as archivist, family caretaker and artist at the same time, Housewright uses objects from her family home —...

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Donnie Copeland: Interrupted Paths

An exhibition of new paintings by artist Donnie Copeland. In his work, Copeland “uses the material and processes of painting to explore a new approach to the subject...

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They Don't Care

An exhibition organized by Billi London-Gray and Daniel Bernard Gray that features artists responding to our current political situation. Featuring works by Aye-D, Cor Fahringer, Daniel Bernard...

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Formestic

An exhibition featuring works by UNT graduate students. Artists include: Keela Dee Dooley Sarah Janke Gracie Kennedy Teresa Larrabee Duoc Le Jieun Lim Jason Thomson...

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Cor Fahringer: As we lie, as we lay

In this exhibition, Cor Fahringer draws on his own history “to communicate and question norms of identity and intimacy. Through an exploration of contrasting materials such...

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Scott Bell: Howdy Neighbor

A show of works by Dallas artist Scott Bell. From the artist: “Scott Bell paints in moments, cut and pasted together from shreds of memories and...

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Dance Partners

An exhibition of wearable sculptures created by artists Abby Bagby, Minna Jain, Linda Gossett, and Rachael Anderson. From the gallery: “The vision for the show is...

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Ali Golzad: Playground

An exhibition of high-relief cardboard sculptures by Dallas artist Ali Golzad. “Golzad uses the innocence of children juxtaposed in war-torn countries to inform and educate his audience...

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ArtSkool

ArtSkool is a project of John Logan, Abby Bagby, and Rachael Anderson designed to “enlighten and excite those with limited-to-no exposure to visual culture about art...

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Material Evidence and Forms of Alteration

An exhibition featuring paintings by Marcy Bishop, Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff, and Yuni Lee. The artists in the show “bend perceptions through their use of ambiguous material and...

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MICROGALLERY

A one-night-only exhibition of small works by local artists.

This Could be Your Color

An exhibition of cast pulp prints by University of Dallas MFA candidate Josh Monroe.

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