News & Press
Margaret Meehan in Dallas Biennial 2014
Mar 21, 2014
Margaret Meehan included in the Richland College venue of DB14.
exhibition dates: March 21 - April 11, 2014
reception: Saturday March 29, 4-6 PM
Art & Seek's Joan Davidow interviews Stephen Lapthisophon
Art & Seek | Mar 12, 2014 | by Joan Davidow
Ted Larsen feature on Sculpture Magazine
Sculpture Magazine | Mar 12, 2014 | by Scott Rothstein
Michael Mazurek reviewed on Glasstire
Glasstire | Jan 29, 2014 | by Bill Davenport
"Mazurek’s plants reiterate the oft-heard critique of abstract art: it is complicit, by aloofness, in whatever cultural skullduggery is afoot. These vegetables protest their innocence too strongly: obviously, they’re hiding something."
Heyd Fontenot winner of Dallas Observer Mastermind Award
Dallas Observer | Jan 17, 2014 | by Lauren Smart
Conduit Gallery Holiday Hours
Dec 20, 2013
December 21: 10-5pm
December 22 - 25: closed
December 26 - 28: 10-5pm
December 29 - 30: closed
December 31: 10-5pm
January 1: closed
January 2 - 4: 10-5pm
Billy Hassell Solo Exhibition at the Tyler Museum of Art
Dec 12, 2013
Illuminating Nature: Recent Paintings and Works on Paper by Billy Hassell opens at the Tyler Museum of Art with a reception for the artist, Saturday, December 14, 2014. The exhibition will run through March 23, 2014.
Susan kae Grant exhibiting at Lishui Photography Festival, China
Nov 7, 2013
Fifteen images by from Susan kae Grant's Theatrical Realms of the Whimsical and Tragic will be on exhibition at the Lishui Photography Festival in Zhejiang Province, China from November 4 - 10th, 2013. Curated by Yan Li of High Noon Culture Corp and Blue Mitchell of Diffusion Magazine, the show Unconventional Photography includes works by 10 photographers from the US, all of which are
traveling together to participate in the festival. The exhibition will travel to other venues in China.
Stephen Lapthisophon Dallas Museum of Art exhibition reviewed in the Dallas Morning News
The Dallas Morning News | Oct 31, 2013 | by Rick Brettell
Gabriel Dawe at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Oct 30, 2013
UIA (Unlikely Iterations of the Abstract), curated by CAMH Director Bill Arning is one of the six exhibitions celebrating the CAM's 65th anniversary. The exhibition features 16 artists from New York, Boston, Houston, and Dallas including: Tauba Auerbach, Chris Bogia, Carol Bove, Tom Burr, Julia Dault, Gabriel Dawe, Cheryl Donegan, Christian Eckart, Mark Flood, Danielle Frankenthal, Jeffrey Gibson, Nathan Green, Gilbert Hsiao, Paul Lee, Daniel Levine, Gavin Perry, Jack Pierson, Stephen Prina, and Brian Zink.
On view: October 31, 2013 - January 5, 2014