1. Justin Caguiat: The Fool

    January 21 - April 2, 2022

    During the last two years, as work and transport shut down and time seemed to stand still, ruptures in society, politics, and culture burst forward chasms of inequity and imbalance on our streets and televisions — daily, hourly. Somehow, in the midst of a fractured society just beginning to see the mirror of its systemic injustices,...
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  2. Out of Body, Out of Mind

    April 8 - May 28, 2022

    The return to representation has seen a resurgence among top galleries and established art institutions alike. Out of Body, Out of Mind reflects a collective effort between friends to articulate a wide range of experimental forms, compositions, and subjects that encompass figurative art among recent acquisitions, as well as older works not previously presented from...
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  3. Psychic Wounds: On Art & Trauma

    Curated By: Gavin Delahunty

    February 6, 2020 - November 28, 2021

    Psychic Wounds: On Art & Trauma examines over 60 international artists whose memory of historical trauma has provided them with a unique power to generate works of art. Although there have been important examples of art that address wounding, scarring, and healing throughout the 20th century, the proliferation of violent imagery since World War II...
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  4. 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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  5. 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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