Gray Matters Gallery
113 N. Haskell Avenue
Dallas, TX 75226
This is the online site for Gray Matters Gallery. The gallery is open by appointment mainly, and announcements on scheduled open dates/times will be posted here and on Facebook, as well as sent to our mailing list.
Our next exhibition is "The Artist's Commission", curated by Sally Warren.
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“The Artists’ Commission”, November 1 to December 14, 2013.
Dallas/Fort Worth and national artists examine the multiple legacies of the 1963 assassination of JFK, scrutinizing topics such as cultural violence, mourning, collective denial, identity and celebrity.
Participants include: Mary Wallings Blackburn, Christopher Blay, Celia Eberle, Heyd Fontenot, Ann Glazer, Annette Lawrence, Susan Magilow, Louis Mallozzi, Francisco Moreno, Kurt Mueller, Ruben Nieto, Savannah Niles, Laray Polk, Ryder Richards, Vincent Ramos, Carolyn Sortor, Noah Simblist, Susan Teegarten, Terri Thornton, Vance Wingate.
The exhibition will be open November 1st for press inquiries and special receptions. There will be a reception with the artists on Friday, November 22nd, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Gallery hours will be by appointment, or announced by email or Facebook. The exhibition will be on view until December 14th.
In conjunction with the exhibition, on November 8th, beginning at 7:00 p.m., there will be a panel discussion entitled “Welcome to Nut Country” at CentralTrak, UTD’s Artist Residency and Gallery at 800 Exposition Ave., Dallas, TX 75226.
The discussion will feature professors Tom Stone, Southern Methodist University, and Michael Phillips, Collin County College, and will be moderated by exhibition curator Sally Warren.
Gray Matters Gallery is located at 113 N. Haskell Ave., Dallas, TX, between Elm and Main in East Dallas, near Deep Ellum.
"The artist, however faithful to his personal vision of reality, becomes the last champion of the individual mind and sensibility against an intrusive society and an officious state.” – John F. Kennedy