Thursday, May 29, 2008

Art List

The CADD Art Fair is this weekend, as you may have read in Sally Glass's (no relation to Ira or Phillip, sadly) news post earlier this week. The fair will feature work from And/Or, Barry Whistler, Conduit, Craighead Green, Gerald Peters, Holly Johnson, Marty Walker, Pan, American, Public Trust, Road Agent, and Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden. Some bands will play, some people will speak, you'll see some crazy shit. Keep reading for details.

Also, a few closings this Saturday at And/Or, Barry Whistler, 500X, Fort Worth Contemporary, and Jeanette Kennedy. The Centraltrak show closes on Tuesday.

THURSDAY

Tania Kaufmann, "Loss of Time" (Magnolia)

FRIDAY

CADD Art Fair Preview Party (333 First Ave) 7-11pm
I'll be straight up- this little bash will cost you $45 in advance, $60 at the door. This fact probably means that most of you reading this will not be in attendance. For the trust fund babies out there, this event is hosted by Modern Luxury Dallas and Shapes Have Fangs are playing at 9:45.

Click Chicks + mostly women photographers (Dallas Contemporary)

Tony Bones, "Mug Shots" and Bill Daniel, "Who is Bozo Texino" (Webb Gallery)

SATURDAY

CADD Art Fair (333 First Ave) 12-8pm
Paige West, curator, owner of Mixed Greens Gallery, and author, will speak at 2p.m. Tickets for Saturday and Sunday are $10, or $5 for students. I believe one ticket will get you in both days.

I-35 Biennial Invitational 2008 (Dunn and Brown) 6-8pm
Work by 8 artists under 35.

SUNDAY

CADD Art Fair (333 First Ave) 12-5pm
At 2pm is the New Media Panel with Lauren Cornell, Executive Director of Rhizome and Adjunct Curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; Paul Slocum, from Treewave and And/Or Gallery owner; and Kevin Bewersdorf. The discussion will be moderated byDallas artist and SMU professor Noah Simblist. You can read our interviews with both Paul Slocum and Noah Simblist in our interview section.
At 3:30pm is the Dallas Issues: Care and Conservation discussion with John T. Campbell from the Nasher Sculpture Center; Lyzanne Gann, conservator of photographs; and Shannon Phillips and Tish Brewer, from the Center for Art Conservation. Cheryl Vogel, curator at Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden, will moderate.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

who is bozo texino is an incredible documentary. bill's photos are all amazing as well

1:29 PM  
Anonymous MzP said...

posted early today!

1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

who is bozo texino is an incredible documentary. bill's photos are all amazing as well

1:51 PM  
Anonymous aaron carlo gonzalez said...

Saturday, the 31st
8-11 p.m.

"Existence is Elsewhere"
A Benefit fo Art-alot-athon

featuring music by:
Yells At Eels
SUBKommander

and visual art by:
Jason Barnett
Janelle Tohill
Alison Welsh
KUNST
Larry Carey
Nick Bradford
Leta Kish
Loren V. Era

Avenue Arts
823 Exposition Ave.
Donations suggested/accepted/appreciated

4:51 PM  
Anonymous sallyglass said...

it is so sad. i actually dress my dad up like ira every other sunday.

he doesn't find it funny anymore.

12:32 AM  

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