Spanglish

Spanglish

Borders worldwide carve out adjacent regions of flux. While governmental currencies and economies may remain distinct, with each crossing the fluid realms of language and culture blend. The resulting hybrid […]

John Pilson

John Pilson

John Pilson’s video and photographic work contrasts the refined sobriety of the urban landscape and architectural detail with the levity of human expression and play. His settings, often shown in […]

Trisha Donnelly

Trisha Donnelly

When isolated, Trisha Donnelly’s economical gestures seem veiled in code like the spare lines of a poem. However, considered together in this, the artist’s first solo institutional show, past and […]

Diana Guerrero-Maciá

Diana Guerrero-Maci

“Everybody Needs a Little Cowboy,” a series of sewn “paintings,” appropriates album covers, graphics, and icons of cowboy culture to reposition Americana not often associated with fine art. Future Cowboy […]

Calamity; Red, White, and Blue

Calamity

Culbert’s WindowWorks projects explore political and artistic subterfuge, sabotage, cover-ups, and conspiracies. Using an empty, smashed-open safe to breach Artpace’s 445 North Main Street windows, Culbert’s Calamity alludes obliquely to […]

EEK-YA!; Gooooal!

EEK-YA!

During a recent residency in Norway, Riley Robinson was struck by the national enthusiasm for, on the one hand, soccer, and, on the other, the furniture of the Swedish company […]

The Half Mast White Flag

The Half Mast White Flag

Melik Ohanian’s Artpace exhibition is generated by the Texas context while continuing his global inquiry into human relations within their environment. The work features an isolated flag pole breaking through […]

an island as it might be

an island as it might be

an island as it might be physically expands Moorhead’s design and architectural explorations offering nature back to itself. The piece re-orients and abstracts an ornamental ballroom ceiling 180 degrees so […]

The American War

The America War

Fletcher’s project, The American War, is a re-presentation of The War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. While on a recent visit the artist was affected by the […]

Óptica

Optica, Version One

Óptica is the third and final component of a project based on Mexico City’s 1968 Salto del Agua metro station, whose status as a modernist logo of social reform was […]

Book of the Dead

Book of the Dead

Snyder’s art often requires intellectual investment and sometimes compels psychological surrender. In Book of the Dead, visitors must check their preconceptions at the gallery door to uncover multiple layers of […]

Jorge Macchi

The Ends

At Artpace, Macchi presents a video installation and two print projects that explore the interdependence of verbal, visual, and sonic narratives. These works employ a formal language that oscillates between […]