Now on view — September 21 — December 11, 2020 — at Hawn Gallery/Hamon Arts Library, Dallas.Continue reading “Incidents on a Page: Dallas-Venice Dreamscapes, 1976-2020 (Gallery Exhibition)”
Artists and writers living and working in North America and Europe were asked to reflect on the current situation — the pandemic, the continuing struggle for social justice, and the conduct of everyday life — and compose or select an appropriate text.Continue reading “Free Museum of Dallas in Exile: “As We Were Saying…” A Compendium of Typography (2020)”
Incidents on a Page: Dallas-Venice Dreamscapes: 1976-2020 is a new publication in the form of images, abstractions, and excerpts of texts by the artist and colleagues. The publication links two themes that define my standpoint as an artist and writer in dialogue with the institutions of art: the impact on artists of the global art network and the future of self-managed, sustainable support structures by and for artists and their public.
Dallas Pavilion 2019 presents a set of alternative models for cultural development and commentary highlighting the diversity of urban communities over the narrower commercial interests of corporate developers and the tourist industry.