Dallas Contemporary’s Alive for 35, Dallas, TX • 11.8.13
“ACCELERATION” will feature 35 of Dallas Contemporary’s most memorable past, present and future exhibiting artists.
The Dallas Art Fair Sculpture Garden, Dallas, TX • 10.13
PRKD curator Brandon Kennedy “chose to open the series with artists who work with found objects, simple materials, contextual shifts and the like.
The Power Station, Dallas, TX • 09.28
A silent auction of new works, from over fifty regional artists will be held on September 28th to benefit both Texas artists and conservation efforts and educational programming for Smithson’s Amarillo ramp directed by Jon Revett of West Texas A&m University.
Bridged, Dallas, TX • 03.12
The event, entitled “Bridged” was organized by artist and educator Stephen Lapthisophon, as a way to create collaboration between multiple DFW universities and continue the tradition of showing art in this area just west of the bridge.
Road Agent, Dallas, TX • 09.07
Beastly Words explores the fundamental flaw of language as an expression of our deepest selves, and the contradictions of language as image.
Road Agent, Dallas, TX • 04.06
“Boys will be boys”— or so the saying goes. In Bradly Brown’s first exhibit at Road Agent, he offers theatrical photographs that toy with questions of how young men construct their identities as they gradually mature into adulthood.
AmFAR • The Rachofsky House, Dallas, TX • 10.06
Drawing prominent artists, art collectors and philanthropists from around the world, Two by Two for AIDS and Art has evolved into a week full of social events aimed at recognizing the progress of amfAR and engaging the arts community here in Dallas.
Conduit, Dallas, TX • 06.02
15,540 Miles is an examination of distance and movement over time.The walls were tiled with cyanotype yearbook portraits of classmates printed on carpet. The portraits were hung blank, but as time passed, ghost like images appeared as the photo emulsion was exposed.
BROOKLYN, NY (November 2009)—Brave Brooklyn, presented by the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn (OSA) and curated in partnership with Trust Art, Outside the Time Zone and the Shiny Squirrel draws from the pioneering spark of artists who first moved to Northern Brooklyn over thirty years ago.
The images in the LandScape series first began as a Polaroid, created with the iconic SX-70 Land camera. Just as the landscape around us constantly changes, so does the accessibility and types of mediums used in the art world.