News & Press
Liss LaFleur in Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic | Jan 29, 2016 | by Erin Joyce
"LaFleur’s work is at once in your face and delicate, choosing a mode of seduction that uses pastiche to lure the viewer in with a hint of familiarity — then jolting them into a world that questions the status quo. “Feminism is part of a larger consciousness of oppression along with racism, ageism, classism, ableism, and sexual orientation,” LaFleur said. “If the fourth wave of feminism is a digital one, feminist art can only be understood within the intersections of suppression and in the context of the marginalization of other groups and genders.”
Gabriel Dawe on VICE.COM
Vice | Jan 21, 2016 | by Gabrielle Bruney
"Miles of Thread and a Giant Needle Weave Indoor Rainbows"
Gabriel Dawe interviewed in Washington Post
The Washington Post | Jan 20, 2016 | by Maura Judkis
"Every day, [Renwick Gallery curator Nicolas] Bell scrolls through the more than 20,000 Instagram images with the hashtag #RenwickGallery, bewildered and grateful. He has never seen anything like it.
“We’re all flabbergasted, to be frank,” says Bell, who keeps screen shots of his favorite Instagram posts. He flips through a few: a girl in front of [Gabriel Dawe's] “Plexus A1,” eyes wide with amazement.
Annette Lawrence in the Denton Record Chronicle
The Denton Record Chronicle | Jan 19, 2016 | by Lucinda Breeding
Features article profiles a survey of Lawrence's work dating from 1990-1995 currently on view at the UNT on the Square art space in Denton, Texas.
Annette Lawrence Profiled in Arts + Culture Magazine
Arts + Culture | Jan 15, 2016 | by Giovanni Valderas
Lily Hanson's The Once Over Twice reviewed on Glasstire
Glasstire | Dec 9, 2015 | by Suzanne Weaver
"But in her current and fourth show at Conduit Gallery, Hanson has brought restraint and a waste-not-want-not approach to her gestures. Tension is quieted. In turn, there is a kind poetry that is generous, expansive, and felt."
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.