Gallery artist Nida Bangash is the new C3 Visiting Artist at the Dallas Museum of Art. Here she discusses her collaborative installation, What Happens Next, which features 365 stories about displacement across time.
Talley Dunn Gallery is honored and delighted to announce the representation of nationally recognized interdisciplinary artist Vicki Meek. Meek's installation-based work utilizes symbolism from the African diaspora and explores cultural memory and identity. Meek has...
Arely Morales speaks in depth about her early work, current exhibition at Talley Dunn Gallery, and what she's currently exploring in her studio. Morales’ masterful command of her painterly technique is manifest in her reverently attentive treatment of her subjects’...
Gallery artist Arely Morales and curator Leslie Moody Castro sit down to discuss Morales' current exhibition at Talley Dunn Gallery, and explore Morales' stunning portrait paintings of incredible people in her community.
Click here to read about Kana Harada's current exhibition, Divine Spark, covered by Kimberly Richard at NBCDFW.
Texas Talks Art: Natasha Bowdoin in Conversation with Shirley Reece-Hughes of the Amon Carter Museum
Via the Texas Talks YouTube channel: Enjoy a conversation between Houston-based artist Natasha Bowdoin and Shirley Reece-Hughes, curator at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Bowdoin and Reece-Hughes discuss creative challenges, cultivating chance, and...
Last month Meredith and Ari sat down with TDG artist Sarah Williams to discuss her latest projects and tour her beautiful studio.
Enjoy a behind the scenes look at the installation process for Leonardo Drew's incredible sculptures, and hear the artist discuss his process and the role of the material in his work.
TDG Director Meredith Leyendecker and gallery artist Ted Kincaid catch up and discuss Kincaid's fascinating image-making process, major art historical influences in his work, and what's currently happening in his studio.
Watch as our exhibitions team assembles Leonardo Drew's magnificent, impressive sculpture, 192T. Work shown: Leonardo DrewNumber 192T, 2017Wood and paint125h x 132w x 54d in To view Leonardo Drew's current installation, click here.