Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Wide Open

Wide Open

Marcos Agudelo, Ursula Biemann, More&More Unlimited, and more

The Pollock Gallery Dallas, Texas, USA 11/03/2017 – 12/02/2017

Port to Port and The Pollock Gallery present Wide Open, a research exhibition exploring modern global infrastructures that shape our contemporary geological and material landscape, consisting of works by Marcos Agudelo, Ursula Biemann, More&More Unlimited (an Illogistics Company™) (Marina Zurkow, Sarah Rothberg, and Surya Mattu), Rebecca Moss, Armin Mühsam, Liam Young, and Tamir Zadok. The

DeGolyer Library, SMU, Edward C., Fritz Papers, Our Taxes, Their Barge Canal, Flyer, 1973. Courtesy of Pollock Gallery Exhibition view, Wide Open, 2017. Courtesy Pollock Gallery, Dallas Exhibition view, Wide Open, 2017. Courtesy Pollock Gallery, Dallas Port to Port and The Pollock Gallery present Wide Open, a research exhibition exploring modern global infrastructures that shape

Bara, Bara, Bara

Bara, Bara, Bara

Pia Camil

Dallas Contemporary Dallas, Texas, USA 04/08/2017 – 08/20/2017

Through a wide variety of media ranging from installation to performance and ceramics, Pia Camil explores themes of art history, consumerism and the Mexican urban landscape. Investigating urban ruin through interpretations of abandoned billboards, dollar stores, and iconic works of art, Camil addresses the aesthetic language of modernism and its relationship to retail and advertising.

Pia Camil. Bara, Bara, Bara. Installation view at Dallas Contemporary, 2017. Photo: Kevin Todora. Courtesy of Dallas Contemporary Pia Camil. Bara, Bara, Bara. Installation view at Dallas Contemporary, 2017. Photo: Kevin Todora. Courtesy of Dallas Contemporary Pia Camil. Bara, Bara, Bara. Installation view at Dallas Contemporary, 2017. Photo: Kevin Todora. Courtesy of Dallas Contemporary Through a wide variety

Unexpected Unexpected

Unexpected

Curated by Joan Davidow

SITE131 Dallas, Texas, USA 04/01/2017 – 05/27/2017

SITE131 opened its spring exhibition Unexpected. Curated by founder | director Joan Davidow, Unexpected gathers talents from Texas, the greater United States, and abroad whose work will surprise and delight you: Jaime Tarazona from Bogotá, Colombia; Nina Katchadourian from New York; and Cameron Schoepp from Texas. http://site131.com/

Installation view. Unexpected, 2017. At SITE131, Dallas. Courtesy of the artists and SITE131 Installation view. Unexpected, 2017. At SITE131, Dallas. Courtesy of the artists and SITE131 Installation view. Unexpected, 2017. At SITE131, Dallas. Courtesy of the artists and SITE131 SITE131 opened its spring exhibition Unexpected. Curated by founder | director Joan Davidow, Unexpected gathers talents from Texas, the

Dancing on Graves: Steven Parrino at The Power Station, Dallas, Texas Dancing on Graves: Steven Parrino at The Power Station, Dallas, Texas

Dancing on Graves: Steven Parrino at The Power Station, Dallas, Texas

By Lee Escobedo The Power Station, Dallas, Texas, USA 04/05/2017 – 06/16/2017

The romance of death is strewn across the Power Station’s floors like poetry. Steven Parrino has finally been given the American survey he deserved, Dancing on Graves at The Power Station in Dallas, Texas. This is the first institutional show for Parrino in the United States, located in an old Dallas Power & Light substation,

Vista de exhibición, Dancing on Graves, Steven Parrino. The Power Station, Dallas, TX. Cortesía de The Power Station. Como poesía, el romance de la muerte está esparcido a lo largo del suelo del Power Station. Steven Parrino finalmente obtiene la muestra americana que merecía, Dancing on Graves en The Power Station de Dallas, Texas. Ubicada

A Projection in the DDF A Projection in the DDF

A Projection in the DDF

Noah Barker

And Now Dallas, Texas, USA 11/19/2016 – 12/31/2016

Contingent upon the artist’s prior Prologue: Divergence Motor/Albatross Alarm and the scenario of a futureless present introduced in that exhibition, A Projection in the DDF is extensions and alterations of prior productions. DDF of the exhibition’s title refers to the Didactic Divergence Facility, a work of infinite unique modular components realized as light fixtures. The

Noah Barker, A Projection in the DDF, 2016. Sound, speakers, video projection, cables, read Ikea chairs, color film on florescent light. Dimension variable. Courtesy of And Now, Dallas. Noah Barker, A Projection in the DDF, 2016. Sound, speakers, video projection, cables, read Ikea chairs, color film on florescent light. Dimension variable. Courtesy of And Now,

Concentrations 60

Concentrations 60

Lucie Stahl

Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas, USA 09/16/2016 – 03/12/2017

The Dallas Museum of Art presents Concentrations 60: Lucie Stahl, an immersive installation of new and loaned work by the Berlin-based artist. In the artist’s first US solo museum show, Stahl explores the intersection of nostalgia, patriotism, Americana, and surreality. The exhibition, which is on view September 16, 2016, through March 12, 2017, is part

Concentrations 60: Lucie Stahl, Dallas Museum of Art, September 2016, Courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art. Critic’s Pick, 2014. Inkjet print, aluminum, epoxy resin. Overall: 47.2 x 65.7 x 9 in. (120 x 167 x 2.5 cm). Courtesy of the artist and Freedman Fitzpatrick, © Lucie Stahl. Photo: Sven Laurent Identity, 2015. Inkjet print, aluminum,

The Main Feeling

The Main Feeling

Rebecca Warren

Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas, USA 03/13/2016 – 07/17/2016

This spring, the Dallas Museum of Art unveils a commissioned sculpture at its newly renovated north entrance by acclaimed British artist Rebecca Warren. Pas de Deux (Plaza Monument) is debuting to the public in April 2016 as part of the grand opening of the Museum’s Eagle Family Plaza, a new space for contemporary art and outdoor programming. To coincide

This spring, the Dallas Museum of Art unveils a commissioned sculpture at its newly renovated north entrance by acclaimed British artist Rebecca Warren. Pas de Deux (Plaza Monument) is debuting to the public in April 2016 as part of the grand opening of the Museum’s Eagle Family Plaza, a new space for contemporary art and outdoor programming. To coincide

As sweet as it gets

As sweet as it gets

Michaël Borremans

Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas, USA 03/15/2015 – 07/05/2015

The Dallas Museum of Art presents the U.S. premiere of the major traveling exhibition on the work of contemporary Belgian artist Michaël Borremans. Co-organized by the DMA and Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (BOZAR) and curated by Jeffrey Grove, Michaël Borremans: As sweet as it gets, on view March 15 through July 5, 2015, is

The Dallas Museum of Art presents the U.S. premiere of the major traveling exhibition on the work of contemporary Belgian artist Michaël Borremans. Co-organized by the DMA and Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (BOZAR) and curated by Jeffrey Grove, Michaël Borremans: As sweet as it gets, on view March 15 through July 5, 2015, is

Die Schmutzigen Puppen von Pommern (The Dirty Puppets of Pomerania) Die Schmutzigen Puppen von Pommern (The Dirty Puppets of Pomerania)

Die Schmutzigen Puppen von Pommern (The Dirty Puppets of Pomerania)

Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys

The Power Station Dallas, Texas, USA 05/08/2015 – 06/12/2015

  Die Schmutzigen Puppen von Pommern (The Dirty Puppets of Pomerania) are the descendants of an executioner family from Greifswald in the historical province of Pomerania. In the twelfth century, this family had monopolized the execution of death sentences against payment and the maintenance of the gallows fields located outside cities and villages. They amassed

Die Schmutzigen Puppen von Pommern (The Dirty Puppets of Pomerania) are the descendants of an executioner family from Greifswald in the historical province of Pomerania. In the twelfth century, this family had monopolized the execution of death sentences against payment and the maintenance of the gallows fields located outside cities and villages. They amassed a

Israel Lund Israel Lund

Israel Lund

Israel Lund

Power Station Dallas, Texas, USA 01/17/2015 – 03/13/2015

(not pictured): On Lund The following text (press release) attempts to make sense of some things related (more or less) to Israel Lund (b. 1980 – ). With his exhibition (new work) opening (January) at the Power Station (Dallas), it seems appropriate to share some of them, rather than withdraw into speculation (too late). The

(not pictured): On Lund The following text (press release) attempts to make sense of some things related (more or less) to Israel Lund (b. 1980 – ). With his exhibition (new work) opening (January) at the Power Station (Dallas), it seems appropriate to share some of them, rather than withdraw into speculation (too late). The