Dallas’ latest art exhibitions to see before summer ends


From a new exhibit by a popular Dallas muralist to the latest features from Nasher Public, these are three new Dallas art exhibits to see right now.

Jeremy Biggers’ “Unspoken Burdens” will be on display at the South Dallas Cultural Center until August 14. (Authorisation)

Jeremy Biggers’ Unspoken Burdens

Until August 14

Head to the South Dallas Cultural Center to see Dallas artist Jeremy Biggers’ latest exhibition, “Unspoken Burdens”. On display at the Arthello Beck Gallery, Biggers’ new exhibition features a “series of paintings and drawings that address the conversation around male identity and social constructs,” the website says. High school graduate Booker T. Washington is well known in Dallas for his paintings and murals. Make an appointment to see the exhibition on Saturday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Brian Molanphy Nasher New Dallas Public Art Exhibits
Nasher Public’s newest artist, Brian Molanphy, presents “Silent Partner” at the Sculpture Museum.

Brian Molanphy at Nasher Public

Until August 15

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Now open at the Nasher Sculpture Center, the latest Nasher Public Exhibition Artist is Dallas-based ceramist Brian Molanphy. “Silent Partner” will be on view in the store gallery until August 15th. It is an installation of sculptural ceramic vases presented in an abstract, poetic and conceptual way. Comprised of a variety of pieces crafted over the past eight years, the installation absolutely invades the floors and walls of the space. Molanphy also does drawings on the gallery glass until August 7, continually offering slight modifications to the experience.

Paul Winker Nasher Public
Paul Winker’s “Untitled (Shroud)” is Nasher’s third offsite public project.

“Untitled (Shroud)” by Paul Winker

Landing outside the walls of the museum or gallery, Nasher’s third off-site public project, “Untitled (Shroud)” by painter Paul Winker is now on view at 3708 Lexington Avenue in Highland Park. Commissioned by Janelle and Alden Pinnell, this is the artist’s first sculptural piece. The massive, bright yellow new sculpture is on display across the street from the Pinnells’ house. According to the press release, a room “responds to the specifics of its site, intermediate between the angular geometry of the architecture and the wild nature of the landscaping”.


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