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43 SAMUEL LYNNE GALLERIES Metis Atash returns to Samuel Lynne May 11 with an exhibit of her new collection of Swarovski crystal Punk Buddhas, Elephants, and Skulls through Jun. 15. Atash’s original Buddha sculptures will be displayed along with new Punk Buddha Families. Samuel Lynne Galleries opened a second location in Chicago’s vibrant River North District featuring work by JD Miller and Lea Fisher this summer. 44 SEAN HORTON (PRESENTS) Closing May 18 is a group show, Bushwick Rodeo, curated by Wallace Whitney of CANADA Gallery. In Casual Encounters, May 24–Jun. 29, the fine line between painting and sculpture is blurred in the work of New York–based artist Justin Adian, who produces abstract wall reliefs. 45 SITE131 Simply Bold Abstractions mounts through Jun. 14. Berliner Sati Zech shows irregularly shaped paintings; Colombian Nathalie Alfonso’s brazen charcoal strokes and strong erasure marks add drama to the space; American-Pakistani Harris Chowdary adds dimension with invented aluminum sculptures; Chicagoan Tony Lewis uses graphite powder to draw charming bulbous shapes and interlocking text imagery; and Texan Jason Koen’s concrete rectangles line the walls. Site 131 is closed Jul.–Aug. 46 SMINK Founded in 1989, SMINK is a showroom and fine art gallery open to the public. SMINK represents artists such as Diane McGregor, Gary Faye, Robert Szot, and Zachariah Rieke. 47 SOUTHWEST GALLERY For over 50 years, Southwest Gallery has provided Dallas’ largest collection of fine 19th- to 21st-century paintings and sculptures. The gallery exhibits hundreds of artists who work in a broad range of styles. 48 TALLEY DUNN GALLERY fresh offers important editioned works and multiples by worldrenowned artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Louise Nevelson, Richard Serra, and others; concurrently editioned works by conceptual artist Analia Saban are on display. From Jun. 15–Aug. 3 the gallery mounts work by Matthew Sontheimer, Helen Altman, and Natasha Bowdoin. 34


20 49 VALLEY HOUSE GALLERY The gallery will present an exhibition of work by Jim Woodson on May 4. Next the gallery will host an exhibition for Otis Huband on Jun. 15. Huband’s work will be on view through Jul. 20. 50 WAAS GALLERY Conscious Design is a collaboration with artists to create spaces for art while embodying a well mind. Shamsy’s Cocoon installation is nestled inside the Green Room allowing viewers to center and ground while being immersed among the plant world. The exhibition pairs Shamsy’s 35mm photography, lithographs, cyanotypes, and shamstone sculptures with a collection of plants sponsored by Ruibal Plants of Texas through Jun. 30. Image: Shamsy Roomiani, Green Goddess, 2018, digital collage fine art print, 17 x 17 in. 51 WILLIAM CAMPBELL CONTEMPORARY ART WCCA will display the work of Judy Youngblood May 11 through Jun. 22. Following Youngblood’s exhibition, the gallery will hold a group show for rostered artists through Jul. AUCTIONS AND EVENTS 01 DALLAS AUCTION GALLERY Part III: John W. Lolley Art Glass Collection Auction and the Fine & Decorative Arts Auction will take place on May 8. 02 KAABOO TEXAS KAABOO Texas is a three-day entertainment and arts experience featuring world-class music (The Killers, Sting, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and more), comedy, taste-making cuisine, craft libations, contemporary art, and personal indulgences at AT&T Stadium, May 10–12. 03 HERITAGE AUCTIONS The auctions scheduled for HA include the American Art Auction May 3; Lalique & Art Glass Signature Auction May 14; Historical Manuscripts Auction May 14; Texas Art Signature Auction May 18; Modern & Contemporary Signature Auction May 23; Decorative Arts Signature Auction Jun. 7–8; European Art Signature Auction Jun. 7; European Comic Art Auction Jun. 8; Ethnographic Art American Indian, Pre-Columbian and Tribal Art Auction Jun. 25; and the Urban Art Signature Auction Jul. 22–23.

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