01 214 PROJECTS Check the website for pop-up exhibitions this summer at 214 Projects, a gallery curated by the Dallas Art Fair. 214projects.com 02 500X GALLERY Line, a solo exhibition debuting new works by Michelle Thomas Richardson, will close on May 5. Opening May 11 are two shows featuring the work of Joanne Cervantes and Ross Faircloth. Both exhibitions will continue through Jun. 2. Hot and Sweaty, 500X’s annual open call exhibition, will run Jun. 8–Jun. 23. 500x.org 03 AFTERIMAGE GALLERY For over 47 years, the gallery dedicates it space solely to photographic works. The gallery recently relocated to Fairmount Street above David Dike Fine Art. afterimagegallery.com 04 ALAN BARNES FINE ART Alan Barnes Fine Art is an intimate gallery offering over 150 years of family history within the international art markets. Barnes is a sixth-generation English art dealer who is wholly committed to sharing his expertise with his clients. alanbarnesfineart.com 05 AND NOW AND NOW will open a solo show displaying the work of New York artist Oto Gillen through May 25. The work of Brian Fridge mounts Jun. 1–Jul. 13, followed by a solo show for Sophie Giraux, Jul. 20–Aug. 31. andnow.biz 06 ARTSPACE111 With Works on Paper|Texas Drawings, Woodrow Blagg exhibits graphite works on paper that herald the symbiotic relationship between the Texas rancher and their environment on display through May 4. A Watercolor Group Exhibition mounts May 9–Jun. 15 and the gallery’s 6th Annual Artspace111 Juried Exhibition runs Jun. 21–Jul. 27. artspace111.com 07 BARRY WHISTLER GALLERY Monumental II features Jonathan Cross, Linnea Glatt, Terrell James, Tom Orr, and Jay Shinn, and continues the previous exhibition theme in Monumental I, this time with an emphasis on sculpture through May 11. Sam Gummelt: Palo Pinto will exhibit paintings and drawings Jun. 1–Jul. 27. Paul Black: Carol will show black-and-white photographs Jun. 1–Jul. 27. Image: Sam Gummelt, Hillsboro VII, 1977, pastel on rag board, 32 x 32 in. Courtesy of the artist and Barry Whistler Gallery. barrywhistlergallery.com 28
28 08 BEATRICE M. HAGGERTY GALLERY Through May 5, Of a Feather showcases the relationship between birds and the artists who love them. The exhibition includes artists Kathy Boortz, Isabelle Du Toit, Billy Hassell, and Mark Messersmith and celebrates a very contemporary expression of these winged creatures. For summer, BMHG will host their Summer Show May 10–Aug. 1. udallas.edu/gallery 09 BEAUDRY GALLERY Beaudry is a gallery and full-service frame shop displaying abstract art as well as modern realism, from cutting-edge emerging artists to established veterans. beaudry.gallery 10 BLUE PRINT GALLERY Blue Print dedicates its galleries to established, mid-career, and emerging artists of Texas displaying paintings, prints, drawings, and more. blueprint-gallery.com 11 BIVINS GALLERY International States of Mind, a group show of newly represented, internationally acclaimed artists including David Datuna, David Drebin, Cristóbal, Russell Young, and Layer Cake will run through Jul. 28. bivinsgallery.com 12 CADD On May 16, CADD Third Thursday Happy Hour will be held at Craighead Green Gallery. On May 18, Mary Tomás Gallery and Valley House Gallery will host the CADD Bus Tour followed by the Jul. 20 tour at host galleries Holly Johnson Gallery, Erin Cluley Gallery, and Carneal Simmons Contemporary Art. caddallas.net 13 CARNEAL SIMMONS CONTEMPORARY ART Unfolding the Sun featuring the multi-disciplinary sculptural work of Carmen Menza examines the human through Jun. 8. Rainbow Riot at the Snowflake Ball displays David Willburn’s narrative abstractions about finding solace in the margins through Jun. 8. Tethered Reflections pairs artists Ender Martos and Jen Pack on view Jun. 29–Aug. 24. Image: Ender Martos, Arctic Aurora, aluminum, monofilament, and colored Plexiglas, 2018, 50 in. dia. carnealsimmons.com 14 CHRISTOPHER MARTIN GALLERY Christopher Martin Gallery presents original reverse-glass paintings and limited edition works of the Aspen-based artist, in addition to the work of mid-career sculptors Jim Keller, Brandon Reese, Michael Sirvet, and Gregory Price in the Dallas gallery.