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25 GALLERI URBANE Jason Willaford’s After A Long Pause... featuring new vinylbased constructions and Dallas newcomer Christopher Paul Dean’s Reconfigured exploring deconstruction and reconstruction of readymade materials close May 25. Exhibitions running Jun. 15–Jul. 20 include Abby Sherrill’s Moody Swatch in Gallery 1 and Sam Mack’s Pass in Gallery 2. Image: Abby Sherrill, Swatch, 26.5 x 22.5 in. 26 GINGER FOX GALLERY Now located in the Design District on Dragon Street, Ginger Fox exhibits select emerging and mid-career artists. Currently, the gallery collection focuses on Abstract Scrapers by Ginger Fox. 27 THE GOSS-MICHAEL FOUNDATION Marc Quinn: History and Chaos continuing through Aug. 16 celebrates the world-renowned British artist’s recognition as the 2019 MTV RE:DEFINE honoree. 28 HOLLY JOHNSON GALLERY Thinking of a Place displays new encaustic paintings morphing the expressive and the minimal by Raphaëlle Goethals through May 25. Antonio Murado: Velvet Room displays May 11–Jul. 20. Velvet Room displays three large-scale works influenced by the techniques and visual elements of 17th-century Baroque Spanish painting. Image: Antonio Murado, Stanza III, 2015–2016, oil on canvas, 114 x 78 x 2 in. 29 KIRK HOPPER FINE ART In Lovesick Erin Stafford’s intent is to connect the viewer with tactile sensations that evoke memories of the past, while providing the opportunity to escape into dream-like visions, on view through May 18. Next, Shaun Roberts and Arely Morales will mount at the gallery May 25–Jul. 13. 30 KITTRELL/RIFFKIND ART GLASS Through May 5, Introducing.... highlights new gallery artists including Alison Chism’s figurative sculpture, Mariel Bass’s blown sculpture, Deborah Johnson’s art glass portraits, and complex vessels from John Geci. Pretty Women features female imagery in contemporary art glass, on view May 18–Jun. 18. The 25th Goblet Invitational mounts Jun. 22–Aug. 4.



38 31 KRISTY STUBBS GALLERY Working primarily in the secondary market, Kristy Stubbs is a private art dealer representing the work of top 20th- and 21stcentury artists since 1974. 32 LAURA RATHE FINE ART Inner Light, a solo exhibition featuring the porcelain work of Lucrecia Waggoner, will open May 11 and remain on view through Jun. 22. For LRFA’s Summer Show the gallery will exhibit Carly Allen-Martin and Audra Weaser from Jun. 22–Jul. 27. Image: Installation view of Lucrecia Waggoner’s porcelain sculptures. 33 MARTIN LAWRENCE GALLERIES On May 22, Martin Lawrence will present Kerry Hallam. Next, the gallery will exhibit work by Takashi Murakami opening Jun. 22. 34 MARY TOMÁS GALLERY Dawn Waters Baker’s Civil runs through May 4. Find Mary Tomás at KAABOO Texas in the Premier Galleries Section at AT&T Stadium, May 10–12. A group show will showcase large works by gallery artists in B.I.G., May 18–Jun. 15. Cuba Soul features the work of Cuban-born and based artists curated by artist Ro Diaz. Jun. 22–Jul. 27. Image: Ellen Soffer, Purple Wave, 2017, oil on linen, 48 x 60 in. 35 MERCADO369 Latin American artists are well represented in this Oak Cliff jewel. Nine galleries offer sculpture, jewelry, textiles, and home décor from Mexico to Argentina. The gallery hosts monthly Art Talks Series and other events. 36 PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT BEND Keith Carter: Fifty Years, on view through Jun. 15, coincides with the release of his new book, Fifty Years, which highlights his prolific career as one of the most celebrated photographers today. Highlights 2019 presents a review of PDNB’S offerings at The Photography Show and the Dallas Art Fair in April. Jun. 22–Aug. 31. 37 POLLOCK GALLERY The 2019 M.F.A. Qualifying Exhibition is the culmination of two years of intensive work by M.F.A. candidates in the Division of Art and features works in a variety of styles and mediums. May 3–18.

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