Gallery 7NINE will open a unique exhibition featuring Dallas, Texas artist Greg Piazza – Instagram @the_dallas_artist – on October 12, 2017 from 5:30PM to 9:PM, on view until December 31, 2017.
The exhibition “Subjective Juncture” will feature nearly 30 works by Piazza, including his highly regarded minimalist paintings. Piazza describes his work as a minimalistic interpretation of relationships, what one can see and what isn’t conceivable and how forms can change in relat
Art season is upon us...Dallas Art Fair, the Opera Festival at TDO, and many other art events are kicked off with a night of openings for you to enjoy! Now nobody has time to figure out their art-gallery hopping night, so I did it for you! Follow this list for your complete art experience this Saturday and get your culture on!! Erin Cluley Gallery (11:00am - 1:00pm) at home on time: Nic Nicosia Bivins Gallery (5:00 - 8:00pm) Jack Whitten: Earlier Works Cris Worley Fine Arts (
Tyler Shields is the perfect storm. Unapologetic and fearless, this LA-based contemporary artist is a favorite of Hollywood's elite and worldwide collectors alike. His new book Provocateur hasn't left its #1 position as a New York Times Bestseller since the release, and his recent opening at Samuell Lynne Galleries in Dallas drew over 1,000 attendees. We got a chance to speak with him about his inspirations, process, and why he destroyed that $100,000 Birkin. These are our in
Dallas is incredibly lucky to have such a wide repertoire of galleries and talented artists at our disposal, so get your art on this Saturday! Here are the top gallery openings you shouldn't miss. Don't worry, we organized them by time slot so you have plenty of time to see all of them! Schedule your Saturday night for some chic gallery hopping! Holly Johnson Gallery Optic Energy: Dion Johnson Johnson’s paintings and works on paper combine and explore dynamic opposites: expan
Viewing the work of Gregory Miller is like walking through an aquarium; full of life, depth, and movement. Ceramic and glass doesn't look static, walls seem to illustrate flashes of life. Just as a magnified atom is visually similar to a galaxy, the contrasts of micro and macro are clearly evident in Miller's work. Currently exhibiting at Carneal Simmons Contemporary in Dallas, Miller has experimented with ceramic for over 30 years. More than just aesthetically striking, Mill