24 GRAY MATTERS GALLERY
The gallery features new artworks in
2-dimensional media by Vance Wingate,
who explores the relationship between
figure and ground. The show runs through
25 HOLLY JOHNSON GALLERY
Thistle: Paintings and Drawings by Gael Stack
features artworks by one of the most
accomplished American painters of today
in an exhibition running through Dec. 20.
The artist’s works explore the intricacies of
memory, incorporating word fragments and
partial images that emerge from her large
canvases. Mike Osborne: Monopoly continues
through Dec. 20. Image: Mike Osborne,
States Ave, 2014, archival pigment print, 48
x 38. 5 in. hollyjohnsongallery.com
26 KIRK HOPPER FINE ART
This Commerce Street gallery shows works
by Bryan Florentin and Ansen Seale in a show
running Dec. 6–Jan. 17.
27 KITTRELL/RIFFKIND ART GLASS
Get into the holiday spirit with Ornament
Extravaganza, which features ornaments of
all shapes and sizes by artists from across the
nation. The exhibition continues through
Dec. 31. kittrellriffkind.com
28 KRISTY STUBBS GALLERY
For twenty years the gallery has featured
museum-quality works often bringing
pieces of international relevance to Dallas.
Kristy Stubbs Gallery offers collectors
Impressionist, Modern, and contemporary
29 LAB ART
A solo show featuring pieces by acclaimed
street artist Alexander Mijares continues
through Dec. 27, displaying the Miami
native’s bold, bright pieces that reflect his
home city, and Cuban and Spanish roots.
Mijares’ works have quickly won recognition
across the nation and creative collaborations
with major brands. labartgallery.com
30 LAURA RATHE FINE ART
Suspended Fiction showcases works by a
dynamic Texas-based duo, Tara Conley and
Karen Hawkins. Highly conceptual, the
artists’ installations incorporate script and
literature in media ranging from bronze to
paper in an exploration of the depth and
meanings behind the echoes of society’s
voices. An opening reception is held Jan.
10, and the exhibition runs through Feb. 14.
Image: Karen Hawkins, Totems Series, hand-sculpted decommissioned books, detail
31 LILIANA BLOCH GALLERY
Works by Ryan Goolsby are on display
through Dec. 6, drawing inspiration from
symbols and diagrams that are used to
convey information. The artist addresses
epistemological concerns about scientific
and empirical data. lilianablochgallery.com
32 LUMINARTÉ FINE ART GALLERY
Two group shows run Jan. 14–Feb. 28,
showcasing artworks by award-winning
international artists alongside local talent.
No Body, No Evidence, Right? alludes to
conceptual art and abstraction, in the main
gallery, while Mnemosyne depicts a more
figurative theme, including elements of
Art Nouveau, Pop Art, and Surrealism.
Image: Chema Gil, Sataya, limited edition
photography 10. 5 x 5. 5 in. luminarte.com
33 MARTIN LAWRENCE GALLERIES
Located at the Galleria, Martin Lawrence
includes pieces by famed artists from
Chagall to Warhol. martinlawrence.com
34 MARY TOMÁS GALLERY
Family I and II celebrates the holiday season,
along with the gallery’s 5-year anniversary,
with a two-part exhibition featuring works
from the gallery’s artists. Modern and
contemporary artworks in a multitude of
mediums are shown in Family I through Jan.
3, and Family II from Jan. 10–Feb. 7. Image:
Johannes Boekhoudt, Cronicas, oil on canvas,
40 x 30 in. marytomasgallery.com
Muzeion’s eclectic collection offers artworks
in all media and from throughout history.
From ancient Egyptian sarcophagi to gold
figurines that predate Columbus.
Oliver Francis Gallery is an artist-run space
displaying progressive shows that create
engaging conversation throughout the
Dallas community. This Peak St. gallery
focuses on installation, new media, and
performance art. ofg.xxx.
37 PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT BEND
The first permanent photograph was
achieved in 1826, and, ever since, methods
for capturing a moment in time have been
constantly evolving. Experimental Photography
features many artists who have used light in
new ways to extract unique images, including
Gyorgy Kepes and Carlotta Corpron, and
runs through Feb. 21. pdnbgallery.com
38 THE POWER STATION
In Grafika: Ella Kruglyanskaya, the exhibit
considers the female figure in large- and
small-scale works on paper through Dec.
12. In a solo show opening Jan. 17, pieces by
Brooklyn-based artist Israel Lund use both
digital and analogue processes to create
unique canvases. Through March 13.