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Ted Larsen at the Visual Art Center of New Jersy
Sep 3, 2016
The solo exhibition, Lined Out, will be on view September 17 - January 2017.
Fahamu Pecou at the Nasher Museum
Sep 3, 2016
Fahamu Pecou is included in the exhbition, Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art at the Nasher Museum at Duke University. The exhibition will be on view, September 1, 2016 – January 8, 2017
Gabriel Dawe featured cover story with Arts + Culture Magazine
Arts + Culture | Sep 3, 2016 | by Lauren Smart
The feauture, Color Fields: Gabriel Dawe Branches Out At Amon Carter, is printed in the September 2016 issue of Arts + Culture Magazine
Marcelyn McNeil feature in Arts + Culture Magazine
Arts + Culture | Sep 3, 2016 | by Casey Gregory
The artice, Painting As She Goes: Marcelyn McNeil’s New Works at Conduit Gallery, foucses on McNeil's Conduit Gallery exhibition and is printed in the September 2016 issue.
Gabriel Dawe at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Aug 12, 2016
Gabriel Dawe's large scale installation will be on view August 16, 2016–September 2, 2018.
Sandra Ono awarded TOSA Studio Award
Jul 30, 2016
Sandra Ono was awarded the TOSA Studio Award at the Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco, CA. The award, which comes with a $10,000 stipend, allows for a one year studio residency at the Minnesota St. Project Studio Space and is awarded to a single outstanding artist working in the Bay Area. Sandra Ono will have a solo show in the Conduit Gallery Project Room in September 2016.
Gabriel Dawe at the Amarillo Museum of Art
Jul 16, 2016
Side by Side: Gabriel Dawe & Larry Bell will be on view July 15 - October 16, 2016
Kendall Glover on Visual Art Source
Visual Art Source | Jun 14, 2016 | by John Zotos
"Kendall Glover’s "Untitled Works" are a delightful collection of line driven and delicate art objects that bring together three distinct bodies of work."
Margaret Meehan at The Old Jail Art Center
May 31, 2016
Bye Bye Blue opens to the public, Saturday, June 4th and runs through September 4, 2016. Meehan’s exhibition at the OJAC, Bye Bye Blue, is based on multiple versions of an erased and reinvented past of the historical figure, Olive Oatman, as well as her infamous blue tattoo. In 1851, Oatman was captured, traded, and enslaved for five years by Native American tribes before returning to white society. The exhibition runs concurrent with Civil War drawings from the Becker Collection from Boston College giving historical context to the work.
Lance Letscher at the Tyler Museum of Art
May 24, 2016
Lance Letscher will be included in the exhibition, Pieced Together: Collages by Lance Letscher, Mark Lewis & Mart McCleary. The exhibition opens June 5 and runs through September 18.