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Kick Out Tha Jamzzz
Plush Gallery opened on March 18, 2000, in a warehouse on Dallas' S. Akard Street. From the abandoned neighborhood, gallery owner / founder Randall Garrett programmed art shows in conjunction with performance art, bands and theatrical performances. In the 19 years since, the gallery has hosted over 80 exhibitions from its various Dallas locations, has taken part in art fairs in Miami, New York, Chicago, opened a pop-up space in Santa Fe, and hosted curatorial projects in Houston, Chicago, and New York.
"Kick Out Tha Jamzzz" will feature a selection of historical gallery artists from the classic Plush eras of 2000-07 and 2010-12, and will include both new and old works, along with video projections of past performances.
"You Are What You Eat" (2019)
"Julian Opie" (2005)
Jacqueline Blanco + Black Market Bodega
Plush Gallery presents the first solo exhibition of Jacqueline Blanco, to coincide with Dallas Art Fair weekend.
In addition, Black Market Bodega, organized by Raymond Butler and Christopher Machorro, will be presented.
Kathryn Vestal: ADHD
Plush Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Kathryn Vestal, titled "ADHD". The artist is graduating this spring with her Bachelor of Visual and Performing Arts degree from The University of Texas at Dallas. She is a 2018 recipient of the Asel Art Award for Painting, and has participated in a number of student group shows, at UTD, Eastfield College, and the UNT Art Gallery. This is her first solo exhibition.
I and You and We
Art is a reflection, a mirror, of the perceptions of the artist, an expression of self, other, and society. It presents notions of identity, contextual relation, and cultural evolution. The seven artists in the show, four from Dallas / Ft. Worth, and three from the Mexico City area, promote queer identity or the empowerment of women (Angela Faz / Fernando Fershow Esarcega / Alba Vida), self / society as a true expression of the unconscious (C.J. Davis, Jeremy Joel), and everyday life as seen through the lens of animation or anime (Raymond Butler, Brian Martinez).
C.J. Davis - One Two Free
Solo show of this Dallas-based artist and elementary school art teacher. Featuring new small scale post-minimal sculptures, abstract paintings on paper, and framed photos. Reception is Saturday November 3rd, 6-9 pm.
Group exhibition of artists whose lives have revolved around Mexico City and its sister city of Nezahualcóyotl. Featuring work by Sara Cardona, Salve César, Randall Garrett, Yaudiel Jiménez, Brian Livoight, Alan Méndez, Román Olayo Estrada, Pablo Tonatiuh Alvarez Reyes, and Alba Vida. Opening night jazz vocal performance by Kimberly Nicole Williams.
Mi Barrio Me Respalda
Randall Garrett solo exhibition with contributions from his friends. Featuring Salve César, Adrián Coss, Alba Lozano, Roman Olayo Estrada, Yaudiel Jiménez, Alan Mendez, Magda Ramirez, Xchel Shadyk, and Pablo Tonatiuh Alvarez Reyes. Reception / performance Saturday February 10th, 2018 4-6 pm. Oficina de Arte, Correo de Mayor 109 4º piso, Centro 06090.