Art in Focus: Drawing from Poulaphouca No. 3 by Sam Reveles
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Margarita Cabrera's Monumental Árbol de la Vida Grows in San Antonio
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Nature hangs tough in Moody Center artworks
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Featuring artist Natasha Bowdoin
Text Crucial to Sontheimer's Adaptation
Lincoln Journal Star
L. Kent Wolgamott
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Making Public Art a Contender
The New York Times
Hilarie M. Sheets
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Featuring artist Leonardo Drew
Margarita Cabrera: It is Impossible to Cover the Sun with a Finger
Read more at artforum.com
Sideways to the Sun: Natasha Bowdoin at the Moody Center
Arts and Culture Texas
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Es Imposible Tapar el Sol con un Dedo: An Interview with Margarita Cabrera
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At the MAC's new Cedars gallery, a group of Texas artists declare their 'Independence': Helen Altman, Alicia Eggert, Letitia Huckaby, Liss LaFleur, and Leslie Martinez
Dallas Morning News
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Israeli artist uses cameras and air rifles for explosive, poignant images
Dallas Morning News
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Where Truth Resides: Ori Gersht's New Orders and Fragile Land
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Leonardo Drew: City in the Grass
Madison Square Park, NYC
June 3, 2019 - Fall 2019
More info at madisonsquarepark.org
"Ted Kincaid's First Solo Museum Exhibition 'Even If I Lose Everything' Takes Photography Into Pure Color and Form"
More info here
Dallas Morning News
How a Dallas artist is using watercolor fauna and flora, sculpture to examine a century of war.
The Stanford Daily
Xiaoze Xie presents his Dunhuang artwork
Chihuly sculpture lights up Biltmore estate
Arts + Culture
Cultural icons and digital landscapes: A conversation with Vernon Fisher
Sticks and Stones: Works by Helen Altman at the Tyler Museum of Art
Arts + Culture
San Antonio Tree of Life: Margarita Cabrera and Mission Espada
Leslie Moody Castro
David Bates' vivid imagery of life in the South to fill Tyler Museum of Art this summer
Art League Houston names Francesca Fuchs 2018 Texas Artist of the Year
Read the full interview here
Texas Artist Erick Swenson Gets His First Museum Solo Show in Honolulu
“ABSTRUCTION: THE SCULPTURE OF ERICK SWENSON” AT THE HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART IS MORE THAN A DECADE IN THE MAKING. IT OPENS MARCH 1.
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Natasha Bowdoin's site-specific installation, Maneater, in on view at MASS MoCA through 2019
Maneater is a site-specific cut paper and collage installation. Bowdoin has done site specific installations before, such as those at the SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA; Roswell Museum and Art Center; the Portland Museum of Art; and at the Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX – but Maneater, living up to its name, is her largest work to date.
Eyres on: Xiaoze Xie at Denver Art Museum
Xiaoze Xie at Denver Art Museum, Logan Lectures
Born in Guangdong at the beginning of the Chinese Cultural Revolution in 1966, Xiaoze Xie's work has remained deeply affected by the loss of tradition, culture and learning since moving to the U.S. in 1992.
Lecture November 29, 2017
Margarita Cabrera at Prospect.4 New Orleans
November 18, 2017 - February 25, 2018
Prospect New Orleans is a citywide triennial of contemporary art. Emphasizing collaborative partnerships, Prospect presents the work of diverse local, national, and international artists in unique and culturally exceptional venues.
Leonardo Drew was given the cover story of Sculpture's November issue.
This month, Sculpture features artists who transform materials and processes to conceive new ways of approaching sculptural form.
Follow this link to read the full article.
Xiaoze Xie, Stanford in Washington Art Gallery
Stanford in Washington Art Gallery
The solo show is curated by Betti-Sue Hertz and will be on view through March 31, 2018.
Robyn O’Neil's solo show, Something Vanished Over Paradise opens tonight at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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Lucid Dreams and Distant Visions: South Asian Art in the Diaspora
Lucid Dreams and Distant Visions: South Asian Art in the Diaspora, organized by Asia Society Museum with the support of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, considers the work of nineteen contemporary artists from the South Asian diaspora including gallery artist, Anila Quayyum Agha. For more information, follow this link.
Natasha Bowdoin at The Bascom
Natasha Bowdoin presents a large-scale site-specific work of art at The Bascom cultural center in Highlands, NC. Follow this link to learn more.
Chihuly: In the Gallery + In the Forest opens at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
This summer, Crystal Bridges hosts an exhibition of Dale Chihuly's work. The exhibition features work installed in the galleries as well as in the Ozark woods nearby. Follow this link for more information.
Phase 1 of the 2017 Renovation is complete!
We are excited to announce that the new viewing room is finished and is currently featuring works by Louise Nevelson, Sam Reveles, Joseph Glasco, Donald Sultan, David Bates, and Tim Bavington.
Opportunity to participate in community art project
Margarita Cabrera has been working on a public art project for the San Antonio River Foundation. Follow this link to learn how you can be a part of it!
Of Myth, Muscles, and Photoshop
Read about new work by Ted Kincaid and his process here.
KSTX - San Antonio covers Margarita Cabrera's current project, Arbol de la Vida: Voces de Tierra for Mission San Francisco de la Espada
For the full story, follow this link.
Congratulations to Julie Bozzi!
We are so excited and proud of all of Julie Bozzi's hard work and for being one of the recipients of The 2017 Otis and Velma Davis Dozier Travel Grant at the DMA.
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Gallery artist, David Bates, was invited to speak at the Met as a part of their MetFridays event series.
Bates, along with several art historians, will be discussing the role of figures in Marsden Hartley's paintings of Maine. For more information on the Met's Marsden Hartley exhibition, follow this link.
AS IS: rural realism
Gallery artist, Sarah Williams, featured in AS IS: rural realism at the Grace Museum. Follow this link to learn more.
Dallas CultureMap - These are the 4 Best Art Gallery Exhibitions this month
David Bates' exhibition of new work featured in Dallas Morning News
Thanks to Michael Granberry for another great article!
VERNON FISHER - ART&SEEK
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT - VERNON FISHER: IN PURSUIT OF THE FRIVOLOUS AND THE TRAGIC
BY JEROME WEEKS
Ted Kincaid - Patron Magazine, The Right Angles, imbued by it's triangular shape, new resource center abounds with thoughtfully donated art.
By Nancy Cohen Isreal
Dallas' own Scott Rothkopf makes it big at the Whitney Museum in NYC
Scott Rothkopf, who grew up in Dallas, is now chief curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.
DAVID BATES AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
HUMAN INTEREST: PORTRAITS FROM THE WHITNEY COLLECTION
APRIL 27, 2016 - FEBRUARY 12, 2017
For information about Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney Collection, click here.
Ted Kincaid - Papercity, Handsome (and Daring), Dallas Artist Pushes the Envelope: Ted Kincaid does not create afraid.
By Patricia Mora
Glasstire - Top Five in Texas August 27, 2015
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UNCHOPPING A TREE - TRINITY UNIVERSITY PRESS
BY W.S. MERWIN, ILLUSTRATIONS BY LIZ WARD
March 2014 - An intimate, beautifully illustrated gift edition of poet laureate W.S. Merwin's wondrous story about how to resurrect a fallen tree.
DEFINING DALLAS ART - KERA RADIO
KRYS BOYD AND DAVID BATES
February 13, 2014 - David Bates got his start as an artist at SMU before becoming an internationally renowned painter and sculptor. We'll talk to the Dallas native this hour about his career and a rare joint exhibition of his work being staged by the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL DALLAS ARTIST EVER - D MAGAZINE
BY PETER SIMEK
February 2014 - David Bates turned his back on the New York art world. Now they call his work a guilty pleasure.
ROBYN O'NEIL: WE SPOKE MIRAGE - ARTS+CULTURE TEXAS
BY LIZ TROSPER
December 4, 2013 - WE SPOKE MIRAGE, Robyn O'Neil's third exhibition with Talley Dunn Gallery, presents 20 drawings made with graphite, oil pastel and collage.
FROM DOODLES, JEFF ELROD EMERGES AS A HOT ARTIST - THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
BY MARY M. LANE
October 22, 2013 - Thirteen years ago, Brooklyn-based artist Jeff Elrod felt on top of the art world: After a prestigious exhibition in the tiny artists' commune of Marfa, Texas, he was scooped up by power dealer Pat Hearn and given a solo show at her New York gallery.
NATASHA BOWDOIN: IN THE GARDEN - ARTS+CULTURE TEXAS
BY ANDY AMATO, PhD
August 29, 2013 - There are various kinds of fabrics and fabrications, from metaphoric to material, structural to ideological, social to moral, and more.
ART ON THE LAWN: JOSEPH HAVEL AT THE CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM, HOUSTON
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is pleased to present a new site-specific work by Houston-based sculptor Joseph Havel.
LINDA RIDGWAY AT THE DMA'S DallasSITES EXHIBITION
Linda Ridgway's two works on paper, The Alice Chronicles #1 and The Alice Chronicles #3, are included in the DMA's exhibition, DallasSITES: Available Space.
LIZ WARD AT THE BROWN FOUNDATION FELLOWS PROGRAM AT THE DORA MAAR HOUSE
May 28, 2013 - Salon at the Dora Maar House featuring artist in residence, Liz Ward.
HOW TO MAKE A COLONIAL HOUSE CRACKLE - FD LUXE
BY CHRISTOPHER WYNN
April 29, 2013 - A new Colonial Revival meets a decorator on the rise - who spikes the place with modernist furniture and edgy art.
PORTFOLIO BY JEFF ELROD - ART IN AMERICA
March 2013 - Since 1997, Jeff Elrod has been using basic software programs to create abstract paintings with a technique he calls "frictionless drawing."
GALLERY DIRECTOR BETH TAYLOR KNOWS WHAT YOU WANT - FD LUXE
BY PATRICIA MORA
March 26, 2013 - Talley Dunn Gallery is smartly located in a large and immaculate compound adjacent to Dallas' swankiest enclave, Highland Park. It is somehow fitting, then, that the gallery building used to be the stage for Ferrari renovations; the floor is still stained with paint that missed the fenders of the toniest automobiles.
THE TRUE AND THE BEAUTIFUL: AN INTERVIEW WITH TED KINCAID
BY NICHOLAS PIERCE
March 19, 2013 - Talley Dunn Gallery recently held its first exhibition of new work by Dallas-based artist Ted Kincaid.
JEFF ELROD - 'NOBODY SEES LIKE US' - THE NEW YORK TIMES
BY ROBERTA SMITH
March 7, 2013 - "Nobody Sees Like Us" is the emphatic title of Jeff Elrod's marvelous and elucidating little exhibition at MoMA PS1.
UNIVERSAL LIMITED ART EDITIONS (ULAE) OPEN HOUSE
February 2, 2013 - Talley Dunn Gallery invites you to attend a special event with Bill Goldston, Master Printmaker, from the legendary Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE).
14 MUST SEE PAINTING SHOWS: OCTOBER 2012 - HUFFINGTON POST
BY STEVEN ZEVITAS
October 16, 2012 - October 2012 has proven to be an extraordinary month for the medium of paint.
SHORT-LIST OF 10 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR ARTADIA AWARDS 2012 HOUSTON
New York, NY - The exceptional range of artists living and working in Houston was evident as three prominent panelists selected the 10 finalists for the Artadia Awards 2012 Houston.
Talley Dunn Gallery at the Houston Fine Art Fair
September 14 - 16, 2012
Come join Talley Dunn Gallery at the Houston Fine Art Fair -- Booth #312
September 14 - 16, 2012 at the Reliant Center, Houston
Artist's Talk with Matthew Sontheimer
Saturday, August 25th at 2:00 p.m.
Talley Dunn Gallery
Please join us for an artist's talk with Matthew Sontheimer on Saturday, August 25th at 2:00 p.m. as he discusses the new directions in his work in his recent exhibition, "In Conversation," at the gallery.
IS IT DRAWING OR WRITING? MATTHEW SONTHEIMER AT TALLEY DUNN - D MAGAZINE FRONT ROW
BY PETER SIMEK
July 18, 2012 - In some of his earlier works, Matthew Sontheimer employed writing that obscured written characters.
SCAVENGING FOR LIFE'S MEANING - DALLAS MORNING NEWS
BY MICHAEL GRANBERRY
April 22, 2012 - Erick Swenson grew up a military kid, the son of an Army man and woman (his mom rose to the rank of captain).