1. The Sensation of Space

    Curated By: Dr. Leigh A. Arnold & Thomas Feulmer

    May 20 - November 17, 2019

    The Sensation of Space is co-organized by The Warehouse in partnership with the Nasher Sculpture Center. The exhibition features works from The Rachofsky Collection, the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Collection of Marguerite Steed Hoffman, the Collection of Deedie Potter Rose, and the Collection of...
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  2. Shuji Mukai

    February 17, 2017 - November 17, 2019

    For his 2017 project at The Warehouse, artist Shuji Mukai was invited to create one of his architectural interventions in the men’s and women’s restrooms. Over the course of nine days, and with two assistants, Mukai covered every surface in these spaces with his nonsensical symbols. Acrylic paint, marker, and tape generate a variety of...
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  3. Topologies

    Curated By: Mika Yoshitake

    May 14, 2018 - April 15, 2019

    Artists throughout the post–World War II period have been fascinated by the ways in which space can be activated. One key model has been the notion of topology (“logic of place”), which centers on the concept of geometric transformation, in which space and shape can be expanded, contracted, distorted, and twisted while the structure of...
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    Curated By: Rodrigo Moura

    July 10, 2017 - April 15, 2018

    In the short story William Wilson, Edgar Allan Poe presents a sinister plot: the tale of a character who, from his childhood, experiences the apparition of a figure who in everything resembles and haunts him with similitude and repetition – until he turns out to be himself. It is the doppelgänger, or double, a recurring...
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  5. Thinking Out Loud: Notes for an Evolving Collection

    Curated By: Allan Schwartzman

    February 10 - April 30, 2017

    As we enter the fifth year of The Warehouse, we want to share with visitors our own personal journey in collecting. Unlike past exhibitions, which were very specific and curatorially rigorous, this presentation reflects the pluralistic nature of contemporary art at this moment, when no dominant art movement controls the conversation. Allan Schwartzman has curated...
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