10 COHN DRENNAN CONTEMPORARY
Environs explores the diverse histories of three Dallas artists. The varying aesthetics of Ron Clark, Susan
Perkins, and Betty Sewell demonstrate the absence of
uniformity. Through Feb. 16. Dallas. PUNK! surveys
photos and artifacts from the local punk movement
(1976 to’ 82). Feb. 23-March 30. Le Temps De L’eau, Take
me to the River travels to Midwestern State University in
Wichita Falls Feb. 15-April 20. The 30th anniversary of
the Texas Sculpture Association will be celebrated April
6-May 11. Image: Robertus Joost van der Wegem, Five
Girls Playing, 2009, steel and bicycle parts, 56 x 54 x 54 in.
11 CONDUIT GALLERY
Robert Jessup’s Pictures and Stories and Rosalyn Body-comb’s Cassandra on display through Feb. 16. This
will be followed by an exhibit of two of Conduit Gallery’s artists, Roberto Munguia and Michael Tole, with
the work of Jason Flowers in the project room. Feb.
23-March 30. An exhibit dedicated to the work of W.
Tucker and James Sullivan opens April 6.
12 CRAIGHEAD GREEN
The work of artists Kevin Box, Krista Harris, and Ken-da North remain on the gallery walls through Feb. 16.
Following this will be the exhibition of Peter Burega,
Michelle O’ Michael, and Mark Smith. Feb. 23-March
30. A group show of the gallery’s artists opens April 6.
13 CRIS WORLEY FINE ARTS
Trey Egan’s MFA Thesis Exhibition Be Still with Me runs
through Feb. 16. Opening Feb. 23, a solo exhibition of
Paul Booker will present several new abstract paintings
and sculptures inspired by the movement of fluid dynamics. An exhibition of Edward Setina’s video art runs
concurrently through March 30. Solo exhibitions of the
work of Isabelle du Toit and Celia Eberle opens April 6.
Image: Trey Egan, Migration, 2012. crisworley.com
Dallas Art Dealers Association is a group of established, independent gallery owners and not-for-profit
art organizations. April 20 DADA hosts its Spring Gallery Walk and Bike Swarm featuring 40 of DADA’s
leading galleries, museums, and nonprofit art spaces.
On view March 5 through April 21
Step back and take a moment to