Top 10 Best Art Galleries to Visit in Dallas, Texas

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Home to a community of new and established artists and spaces, the art galleries in Dallas are a site to see for art enthusiasts as well as locals and ... read more...

  1. Donald Vogel and his wife Peggy purchased a six-acre woodland lot in North Dallas in the 1950s with the aim of turning it into a nursery for the creative arts.


    Valley House was one of the first galleries in Texas to specialize in and display contemporary and modern art. In its early years, the gallery brought works by modernist artists like Claude Monet and Paul Cezanne to Dallas. Valley House established itself as a historical cultural institution in Dallas and Texas as a result of the high quality of the exhibitions, which never failed to amaze both the public and the critics. The surrounding grounds, which are often used as the backdrop for exhibitions and feature sculptures by internationally renowned artists, are also unique to Valley House.


    Address: 6616 Spring Valley Rd, Dallas, Texas

    Website: https://www.valleyhouse.com/

    Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden
    Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden
    Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden
    Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden

  2. Dallas Contemporary is a non-profit, non-collecting facility committed to public engagement through exhibits by local and international contemporary artists. The purpose of Dallas Contemporary is to provide contemporary art to the public, documenting new directions in art through rotating exhibits, publications, and educational programs for people of all ages.


    Dallas Contemporary's programs are aimed toward audiences in the Dallas-Fort Worth region, but they also draw people from all across the Southwest. It is Texas' only bilingual institution dedicated to modern art and culture. Today, the institution's programming focuses on showing and commissioning site-specific works by emerging and established local and international artists. In two annual cycles, beginning in January and September, Dallas Contemporary hosts around eight rotating exhibitions. Tuesday through Sunday, the museum is open to the public and entrance is always free.

    Address: 161 Glass St, Dallas, TX 75207
    Website: https://www.dallascontemporary.org/

    Dallas Contemporary
    Dallas Contemporary
    Dallas Contemporary
    Dallas Contemporary
  3. The Dallas Design District is a relatively new neighborhood in the city that has been at the center of Dallas' artistic boom. Throughout the district, high-end stores, hip restaurants, and modern art galleries have emerged, drawing the best and most enthusiastic of Dallas' young creatives.


    Gallery Circuit12 is one of the top galleries in the Design District, and it is located in the heart of the area. The gallery's owners, Dustin and Gina Orlando, are husband and wife and offer some of Dallas' boldest, smartest, and most creative contemporary art shows. Even Flow, one of the most successful, brought together three fascinating new talents: Patrick Martinez's neon-based pieces, Aaron De La Cruz's minimalist, graffitiesque patterns, and James Roper's cartoon-inspired paintings.


    Address: 1811 E. Levee Street Dallas, Texas

    Website: http://circuit12.com/

    Circuit12 Contemporary
    Circuit12 Contemporary
    Circuit12 Contemporary
    Circuit12 Contemporary
  4. David Bates, arguably Dallas' greatest modern artist, has two simultaneous exhibitions in Dallas: his paintings are on view at the Museum of Modern Art in Fort Worth, while his sculptures are on display at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. David Bates is represented by Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas, and having such a prestigious name in their roster of artists is no less than a sign of excellence.


    Talley Dunn works on off-site exhibitions and projects with museums, organizations, and galleries from coast to coast, in addition to arranging year-round exhibitions and programs at the gallery. This collaboration broadens the audience for the gallery's represented artists while also allowing them to experiment with new ideas in a variety of settings.


    Address: 5020 Tracy St, Dallas, TX 75205

    Website: https://talleydunn.com/

    Talley Dunn Gallery
    Talley Dunn Gallery
    Talley Dunn Gallery
    Talley Dunn Gallery
  5. Nancy Whitenack, a former art teacher and the mastermind behind Conduit Gallery, founded her own gallery in 1984. Nancy had no prior experience running a gallery and had to learn everything about the business on the job, and based on the results, she did an excellent job.


    Nearly 40 contemporary artists are represented by Conduit Gallery, whose work is at the forefront of modern art practices. Susan Kae Grant's dreamlike photographic compositions, Rex Ray's bright, imaginative collages, and Johnny Robertson's monochromatic, large-scale paintings are among the artists on the list. While the work of represented artists is shown in the two main rooms, the gallery also has a so-called Project Room. The room is a dedicated area for selected young artists – generally recent graduates – who are given the opportunity to make their initial steps into the art market.


    Address: 1626 Hi Line Dr, Dallas, TX 75207

    Website: https://conduitgallery.com/

    Conduit Gallery
    Conduit Gallery
    Conduit Gallery
    Conduit Gallery
  6. Since 1995, the PDNB Gallery (PDNB stands for Photographs Do Not Bend) in Dallas' Design District has proudly shown photographs and lens-based artworks.


    The gallery's permanent collection includes works by well-known artists such as Magnum photographer Elliot Erwitt's iconic photographs and botanist-turned-camera Karl Blossfeldt's sculptural flower arrangements. However, there are some modern pieces here as well, such as Michael Kenna's black and white New York landscapes and a few of Jock Sturges' controversial nude portraits of adolescents. The rotating exhibition program is also very interesting because it provides knowledge about the history and infinite forms of photography for visitors.


    Address: https://www.pdnbgallery.com/

    Website: 150 Manufacturing St Ste. 203, Dallas, TX 75207

    PDNB Gallery
    PDNB Gallery
    PDNB Gallery
    PDNB Gallery
  7. The Artists Residency program at the University of Texas at Dallas is known as CentralTrak. The art space is located in a historic downtown building in Deep Ellum, and it offers a temporary home to four young artists (three foreign, one Texan) who are selected on a routine basis through an application program.


    CentralTrak, on the other hand, offers numerous studios for external artists to use as a workshop, making it a public and accessible location where young artists thrive on sharing ideas and practices. This amazing amount of creative energy comes together at CentralTrak's gallery, which is also situated in the Deep Ellum building. In the Ex Mus ('Experimental Music') series, the gallery welcomes all art forms, especially music.


    Address: 800 Exposition Ave Dallas, Texas

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/centraltrak/

    CentralTrak
    CentralTrak
    CentralTrak
    CentralTrak
  8. Not everyone knows this, but George Michael, like his former partner Kenny Goss, is an art enthusiast and collector in addition to his international renown and success as one of the greatest pop stars of all time.


    Goss and Michael started a commercial art gallery in Dallas in 2005, specializing in British contemporary art, but they quickly recognized they needed to reach out to a larger audience than the few wealthy individuals who could afford to buy the work on exhibition. The Goss-Michael Foundation was founded two years later. This public space hosts a number of rotating exhibitions, each including a selection from the Foundation's collection of 500 works by over 75 British artists.


    Address: 1305 Wycliff Avenue Suite 120, Dallas, TX

    Website: https://www.g-mf.org/

    The Goss-Michael Foundation
    The Goss-Michael Foundation
    The Goss-Michael Foundation
    The Goss-Michael Foundation
  9. LuminArté is a contemporary art and design gallery in the Dallas Design District. The gallery was founded to represent and promote international and national mid-career artists.


    The gallery includes over fifty new and renowned artists from twenty-four nations who work in a variety of media, styles, and techniques. Some of them can be referred to as Robin Antar, a sculptor known for carving everyday objects (hats, shoes, bottles, cookies, etc.) into stone. Waleed Arshad, an Iraqi-born painter living in exile in the United States, uses his canvases to express the instability and displacement he has experienced. And H.M. Saffer, a multi-talented artist who after a successful career in both music and the restaurant industry as a young man, eventually set his sights on arts.


    Address: 1526 Fort Worth Ave, Dallas, TX 75208

    Website: https://luminartegallery.com/index.html

    LuminArté
    LuminArté
    LuminArté
    LuminArté
  10. Rainbow Vomit is a Dallas, Texas-based immersive art experience. It's an interactive photography exhibit as well as a one-of-a-kind venue and event space. Designed to bring you to a world of art, light, and sound that is reminiscent of a flight fantasy. Here you may become the hero of your own comic and take amusing photos in the exhibit's over 20 Instagram-worthy photo spots.


    Rainbow Vomit is a 2600 sq ft exhibit with 8 different rooms. It is a top-rated museum in Dallas and one of the greatest things to do in Dallas. It's also a fantastic location for birthday parties, business events, and other special occasions. The works were created by a group of over 15 artists and creatives directed by Deanna Theis, Robert Andrews, and Jason Mendez.


    Address: 3609 Parry Ave, Dallas, TX 75226

    Website: https://rainbowvomit.com/

    Rainbow Vomit
    Rainbow Vomit
    Rainbow Vomit
    Rainbow Vomit



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