Highlights include museum-like antiquities
and masterpieces from ancient Rome, Egypt,
and the Middle East, as well as pre-Colombian
to modern Latin American paintings, jewelry,
and sculpture. muzeion.com.
36 OLIVER FRANCIS GALLERY
An exhibit curated by Jesse Morgan Barnett
featuring works by artists Penelope Umbrico,
Aleix Plademut, and Paul Anthony Smith will
run Feb. 15-March 1, as part of Dallas Biennial
37 PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT BEND
Through Feb. 15, see the work of artists
displayed in PDNB’s debut exhibition in
1995. Revisiting Latin America celebrates
the past 18 years of solo exhibitions for Latin
38 THE POWER STATION
The Exposition Park space presents a wide
range of installation pieces by emerging
artists. In February, the gallery will feature
Michael E. Smith, who creates complex
found-object art. Runs through March 29.
39 THE PUBLIC TRUST
This contemporary art gallery is located on
Commerce St in Dallas. Its exhibits focus
on national art movements and artists at
the forefront of pop culture. Gallery Hours
are Thurs.-Fri. 12-5, and Sat. 12-6, and by
40 RE GALLERY
The work of Sam Schonzeit is on display in
Nature is the Devil’s Playground through Feb. 8.
his large photographs of nature, which are
superimposed on abstract paintings. A solo
exhibition of Lily Hanson’s paintings and
sculptures in a little bit exactly like mounts Feb.
15-March 15. Image: Sam Schonzeit, Nature is
the Devil’s Playground. regallerystudio.com
41 THE READING ROOM
An exhibition presented by (wo)manorial Feb.
8 through March 1, never to be yourself and yet
always - that is the problem, is taken from Virginia
Woolf’s The Modern Essay. Common Sense, a
sound and sculpture installation by Nicolas
G. Miller of Marfa, opens March 15.
42 RED ARROW CONTEMPORARY
Negative Capacity, curated by Apophenia
Underground, will run through Feb. 15,
featuring artists H. H. Schenck, Pierre K, and
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