News & Press

Billy Hassell Solo Exhibition at the Tyler Museum of Art

Dec 12, 2013  

http://www.tylermuseum.org/exhibitions.aspx

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  

http://book.ofpix.com/

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

http://www.dallasnews.com/entertainment/columnists/rick-brettell/20131030-art-review-stephen-lapthisophon-brings-fresh-vision-to-dallas-museum-of-art.ece?nclick_check=1

Gabriel Dawe at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

Oct 30, 2013  

http://camh.org/exhibitions/outside-lines#.UnFtPbAo6mw

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

Justin Quinn in University of Chicago Press book - Living and Sustaining a Creative Life

Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists   |   Oct 26, 2013  

http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/L/bo16814556.html

Margaret Meehan interviewed on THRWD

THRWD   |   Oct 26, 2013   |   by Lee Escobedo

http://www.thrwd.com/2013/10/25/the-ten-margaret-meehan/

Stephen Lapthisophon at the Dallas Museum of Art

Oct 24, 2013  

http://dallasmuseumofart.org/View/FutureExhibitions/StephenLapthisophon/index.htm

Concentrations 56: Stephen Lapthisophon—coffee, seasonal fruit, root vegetables, and “Selected Poems," marks Stephen Lapthisophon's  first U.S. museum solo show. Exhibition runs Sunday, October 27, 2013 through March 30, 2014.

Ted Larsen interview on New Mexico PBS program Colores

Oct 15, 2013  

http://nmpbs.lunchbox.pbs.org/colores/watch/1934/

Watch the episode on the PBS website.

Stephen Lathisophon exhibition review Art + Culture

Art + Culture   |   Oct 4, 2013   |   by John Zotos

http://artsandculturetx.com/stephen-lapthisophon-sphere/

Dallas Observer - Conduit Gallery - Best Art Gallery 2013

Dallas Observer   |   Oct 1, 2013  

http://www.dallasobserver.com/bestof/2013/award/best-gallery-3382006/

New galleries are emerging all around us. Through all of that hustle, Nancy Whitenack's Hi Line haven remains the standard for well-selected and collectable Dallas art. She has chosen a stable of talents with unique perspectives who are willing to extend the tangents of where existing work is already pointed. Nobody shown at Conduit is content to simply fill in the grid, and that's a tribute to the caliber of the space and its leadership. There's also a balance there, an energy that teeters between the established, repped works in the main showrooms and the more experimental, budding and often very strange works offered in the Project Room, curated by Conduit's assistant director Danette Dufilho. That equilibrium is what makes Conduit a starting — and often also an ending point — for any gallery night. It's also refreshing proof that an exceptional retail art space can be successful while still taking chances.