GALLERY HOURS: by appointment:
469-551-3967 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DECEMBER 11, 2021 - FEBRUARY 26, 2022
opening reception: Saturday December 11th 5-10 pm
RANDALL GARRETT: CHILANGRINGO
Gringo is slang for American. Chilango is slang for a person from Mexico City. And thus, Chilangringo is an American from Mexico City, a term signifying this dual identity. Four years ago, Randall Garrett moved to Mexico City. His current body of work reflects the influence of its streets and culture on his own evolving sense of self, the posters and collage works in the show functioning as diagrams for the processes of his own mind.
GALLERY ARTISTS GROUP SHOW:
JACKIE BLANCO, ANDY DON EMMONS, DENNIS GONZALEZ, NORMAN KARY
Our current group show featuring artists who have had recent solo shows here at Plush Gallery.
BLACK MARKET BODEGA:
CURATED BY RAYMOND BUTLER AND CHRISTOPHER MACHORRO
This is our third year of hosting Black Market Bodega, a holiday group show extravaganza with affordably priced work ready for your gift giving and receiving.
For more information, contact the gallery at 469-551-3967.
THE STORY OF
Between 2000 and 2012, Plush Gallery produced over 60 art exhibitions from their home base of Dallas, in addition to participating in 15 art fairs and curatorial projects in cities across the U.S., such as New York, Chicago, Miami, Houston, and Santa Fe.
During that time, the experimental space won two Best Alternative Gallery awards from the Dallas Observer, and had a nomadic nature with five locations, beginning in the Cedars neighborhood, then moving to a vintage parking garage and high rise in downtown Dallas, before settling into the offices of Cunningham Architects in the Design District. In 2012, owner and founder Randall Garrett closed the space to focus on his own work as an artist and teacher. In September 2018, after a six year hiatus, Garrett reopened Plush Gallery, adding artists from Mexico City to a budding stable of emerging Texas and U.S. artists.