News & Press

Lily Hanson's 'The Once Over Twice' reviewed in the Dallas Observer

Dallas Observer   |   Oct 28, 2015   |   by Jeremy Hallock

Stephen Lapthisophon 'Toccare (Non) Toccare' Project at Nasher Sculpture Center

Oct 24, 2015

Nasher Sculpture Center announces a presentation of work by Dallas-based artist Stephen Lapthisophon called Toccare (Non) Toccare, a project which will act in conversation with the current exhibition Giuseppe Penone: Being the River, Repeating the Forest. Taking place in and around the Nasher Sculpture Center via four installments­ beginning in October 2015 and lasting through January 2016, Toccare (Non) Toccare will include sculpture, found objects, drawing, poetry, sound, photography and video. 

Gabriel Dawe at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Oct 24, 2015

"This fall the Renwick Gallery—the first building in the United States built expressly as an art museum—will open its doors after a major, two-year renovation. To celebrate, we’re transforming the entire museum into an immersive artwork with our debut exhibition, WONDER.

Nine leading contemporary artists—Jennifer Angus, Chakaia Booker, Gabriel Dawe, Tara Donovan, Patrick Dougherty, Janet Echelman, John Grade, Maya Lin and Leo Villareal—are each taking over different galleries in the building, creating site-specific installations inspired by the Renwick. Together, these installations will turn the building into a larger-than-life work of art."

Annabel Daou at the Irish Museum of Modern Art - What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now

Sep 16, 2015

Curated by Christine Macel, Chief Curator at Centre Pompidou, with Rachael Thomas, Head of Exhibitions at IMMA, What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now  features almost 200 works, including over 30 works on loan from major international collections. The exhibition will be on view through February 7, 2016.

Featured Artists: Marina Abramović and ULAY, Sadie Benning, Louise Bourgeois, Constantin Brancusi, Brassaï, Victor Brauner, André Breton, Luis Buñuel, Cecily Brown, Miriam Cahn, Sophie Calle, Michele Ciacciofera, Dorothy Cross, Attila Csörgö, Salvador Dalí, Annabel Daou, Vlasta Delimar and Jerman, Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Jean Dupuy, Elmgreen and Dragset, Max Ernst, VALIE EXPORT, Jean Genet, Jochen Gerz, Alberto Giacometti, Nan Goldin, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Douglas Gordon, Mona Hatoum, Damien Hirst, Jim Hodges, Rebecca Horn, Jesper Just, Kapwani Kiwanga, Ange Leccia, Ghérasim Luca, Vlado Martek, André Masson, Annette Messager, Tracey Moffatt, Séamus Nolan, Nadja, Henrik Olesen, Yoko Ono, Meret Oppenheim, Ferhat Ozgür, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Nesa Paripovic, Garrett Phelan, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, Carolee Schneemann, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Paul Sharits, Jeremy Shaw, Wolfgang Tillmans, Andy Warhol, Cerith Wyn Evans, Jun Yang, Akram Zaatari.

Diedrick Brackens profiled in Dallas Observer

Dallas Observer   |   Sep 16, 2015   |   by Lauren Smart

"With every stitch or every tear in the fabric, Diedrick Brackens is creating or, more aptly, unraveling a much larger cloth. In a new exhibition at Conduit Gallery, hearts, hands, and other members, of his latest textile works, Brackens continues his exploration of issues of race, tradition and gender, but with a new, looser hand. "

Gabriel Dawe One Person Exhibition at the Newark Museum of Art

Sep 16, 2015

Opening September 19, the Newark Museum will present The Shape of Light: Gabriel Dawe, featuring large-scale, site-specific installations, sculptural works and works on paper by internationally known multi-media artist Gabriel Dawe. For The Shape of Light, he will create two temporary large-scale installations, Plexus no. 30 and Plexus no. 31, which will engage with the Newark Museum's historical architectural spaces, taking over the main galleries for the run of the exhibition.

The most extensive museum presentation of Dawe’s work to date, The Shape of Light will allow visitors to experience two installations in sequence and in context with works that highlight Dawe’s unique engagement with materials and processes.

Conduit Gallery is now representing Anthony Sonnenberg

Aug 6, 2015

Conduit Gallery is honored to announce that Anthony Sonnenberg has joined Conduit Gallery as a represented artist. We welcome Sonnenberg's remarkable skill as a sculptor and the wealth or ideas he brings to conversations in contemporary art. Sonnenberg's inaugural exhibition at Conduit will open September 12, 2015.

Matt Clark & Jackson Echols reviewed in Visual Art Source

Visual Art Source   |   Jul 29, 2015   |   by John Zotos

"Each piece in this highly recommended show is compelling for their clear and successful visual investigation."

Ludwig Schwarz at Makebish

Jun 16, 2015

Ludwig Schwarz Rest Stop will be on view at Makebish, 681 Washington St. New York, NY 10014 , June 18-30, 2015.

Jules Buck Jones reviewed in Modern Dallas

Modern Dallas   |   Jun 9, 2015   |   by Todd Camplin

"The city of Austin has a wild spirit and working in that culture is the artist Jules Buck Jones. This
year, he came up to Dallas and turned Conduit Galley into an imaginative wonderland of
wild animals and chaotic plants."