News & Press
Fahamu Pecou exhibition reviewed on Glasstire
Glasstire | Aug 14, 2013 | by Darryl Ratcliff
"How To Eat Your Watermelon finds him back at his confrontational best. His paintings are giant Jenga puzzles daring you to take out one last block, poised at any moment to tumble into uncomfortable corridors where race, masculinity, past, and present meet."
Stpehen Lapthisophon at the Dallas Museum of Art
Aug 14, 2013
In his first U.S. museum solo show, Dallas-based artist Stephen Lapthisophon investigates how language and mark-making are linked to the formation of self-identity. For Stephen Lapthisophon: Concentrations 56, the artist will create a series of tableaus incorporating anachronistic objects with more recent works on paper. The gallery will feature architectural elements inspired by his studio space: exposed wood beams and drywall create a visual layering of space and materials. The DMA’s Concentrations series began in 1981 and presents project-based solo exhibitions by international emerging artists.
Justin Quinn wins Prix de Print
Art in Print | Aug 10, 2013
Joel Sampson on Glasstire
Glasstire | Jul 26, 2013 | by Thomas Ezekiel Williams
Conduit Gallery is now representing Margaret Meehan
Jul 26, 2013
Conduit Gallery is pleased to annouce that Margaret Meehan is now represented by Conduit Gallery.
Margaret's work The Circled Square is currently on view at the Dallas Museum of Art in conjunction with the DallasSITES/Available Space project in the Boom Town exhibition curated by The ART Foundation. Begining in August 2013, Meehan will be a visiting Fellow at The Lighthouse Works in Fishers Island, New York.
Fahamu Pecou Awarded Museum of Contemprary Art Georgia Working Artist Project Grant
Jul 11, 2013
Juried by Franklin Sirmans, the award includes a $12,000 stipend, a paid studio assistant for up to 300 hours, and a solo exhibition and catalog at the museum.
Annabel Daou at White Box, NY
Jun 12, 2013
In her ongoing project, Annabel Daou offers her services as a fortune teller. Members of the public are solicited to partake in an intimate exchange, presenting their palms to Daou who transcribes their fortunes onto paper for a small fee.
This work explores questions of trust, intimacy and the role of the artist as intermediary between our expectations and our personal histories. Like previous projects by Daou, Fortune takes place at the intersection of writing, speech, and non-verbal modes of communication.
$10 a Fortune
THURSDAY, JUNE 13th, 5-8pm
W. Tucker Awarded 2013 Austin Critics Table Awards
Austin Chronicle | Jun 8, 2013 | by Robert Faires
Awards include Best Installation (tie) and Best Artist.
Gabriel Dawe at Museum Rijswijk
Jun 8, 2013
Museum Rijswijk will be mounting the third Rijswijk Textile Biennial from 15 June until 27 October, Rijswijk , Netherlands.
Marcelyn McNeil at the Galveston Arts Center
May 31, 2013
Marcelyn McNeil's Bent into Shape exhibition runs June 1 - July 7, 2013.