A Special Exhibit: Black Sheep Feminism
If you felt like a black sheep as you were stirring your mashed potatoes at Christmas Eve dinner with your family, then you have something in common with the artists represented in Dallas Contemporary’s new show, Black Sheep Feminism: The Art of Sexual Politics. The first show by the gallery’s new adjunct curator Alison Gingeras will feature ’60s- and ’70s-era paintings and collages by Cosey Fanni Tutti, Betty Tompkins, Joan Semmel and Anita Steckel. Become a member and see the exhibition during its opening reception from 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Saturday at 161 Glass St. Black Sheep Feminism is just one part of the provocative roster that’s opening 2016 for Dallas Contemporary — Aura Satz’s Her Marks, a Measure and Jeff Zilm’s Lossless Forms for Picture Plane also open Saturday — which will be on view through March 20. Memberships start at $35 for students and artists; $60 for individuals. More info at dallascontemporary.org.
It’s hard to leave home sometimes—trust us, we know. But Greenhaven Apartments in McKinney, Texas believes it is important to not only stay active in your community, but to also express curiosity about new subjects. This event is the perfect chance to spread your roots and learn new things!
Tuesday, January 19, 2016- 12:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
161 Glass Street
Dallas, Texas 75207