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SUN TO MOON GALLERY Ten for the Ten:


10th Anniversary Celebration An exhibition of finely crafted photographic prints December 1 – January 7


JACQUES LAMY GALLERY


COHN DRENNAN CONTEMPORARY


Alison Shaw, The Wave, Martha’s Vineyard


Sun to Moon Gallery, in the Dallas Design District, features some of the finest contemporary photographers in the country, and proudly celebrates their 10th Anniversary with a group exhibition. The gallery is introducing ten new fine art prints, from each of their ten photographers, at the Opening Reception. Several photographers will be in attendance, including Ansel Adams’ protégé Alan Ross and Scot Miller.


Want icing on that cake? They will be an- nouncing the name of a new photographer to the gallery, their tenth, to be featured in a February show, as part of the celebration.


Sun to Moon Gallery


1515 Levee St. Dallas, TX 75207 214.745.1199


www.suntomoon.com Painting by Lionel Lamy


It’s no small feat for a gallery to remain open for over 20 years, and Jacques Lamy Gallery has managed to do just that. Established in the Design District in 1989, the gallery has watched the area thrive around, and with, them. Jacques Lamy showcases work by local, national and international artists hand-selected for their uniqueness and integrity. This month’s show highlights the bold imagery and unapologetically energetic works of Lionel Lamy, an Artist-in-Residence in Brookyln, NY.


Jacques Lamy Gallery


1607 Dragon St. Dallas, TX 75207 214.747.7611


www.jacqueslamy.com


TURNER CARROLL GALLERY Contemporary Tapestries: Through December 2011


This exhibit boasts works of not-to- be-missed modern art icons including Squeak Carnwath, Chuck Close, Hung Liu, Don & Era Farnsworth, and William Wiley.


Turner Carroll is proud to curate Hotel ZaZa’s Art House, as well as its galleries in Mexico and Santa Fe. Between exhibiting the world’s most influential contemporary art, assisting future artists by donating 10% of proceeds from each exhibit to children’s educational organizations, and giving back to the local community, Turner Carroll encompasses arts + advocacy at its finest.


Chuck Close, Sunflower, Cotton Jacquard Tapestry,


103 x 79”, 2007


Turner Carroll Gallery + Art Advisors Hotel ZaZa Art House 2400 McKinney Ave. Dallas, Texas 75201 505.670.7705


Jason Reynaga, American Gun for Hire


Post Pop Punks: Cande Aguilar, Frank Day, Jerome Deppe, Jim Harrison, Kayolan Iliev, Christopher Olivier, Lanny Quarles, Jason Reynaga and Cohn Drennan


There is art that artists make in their studios--serious art. Then there is the art that is made when artists get together, hang out, have fun, share ideas and bond friendships. Post Pop Punks is a group show, not about an art movement, but passage; the passing of time with colleagues and the movement of ideas between them. The works, on display through December, include popular cultural references, utilize appropriation, co-opt historical icons, exploit the annals of art history and various other irreverent methodologies.


Cohn Drennan Contemporary 1107 Dragon St., Dallas, TX 75207 214.708.8051


cohndrennancontemporary.com


HOLLY JOHNSON GALLERY Stockpile: New Photographs by Dornith Doherty


November 19 – December 23


Dornith Doherty, Coneflower


Dornith Doherty explores the role of seed banks and their preservation efforts in the face of climate change, the extinction of natural species, and decreased agricultural diversity. This work questions the complex philosophical, anth- ropological, and ecological issues


surrounding the role of science, technology, and human agency.


Holly Johnson Gallery


1411 Dragon St. Dallas, Texas 75207 214.369.0169


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