A Posteriori

A Posteriori

JUNE 20TH – AUGUST 1ST, 2020

Liliana Bloch Gallery is excited to announce the opening of its new location at 4741 Memphis Street, in the Design District, with a group exhibition entitled A Posteriori. This exhibition aims to open an honest conversation about how the current world health crisis has affected, threatened, and challenge every aspect of our present and future life as we know it. The full roster of participating artists is: Nathalie Alfonso in collaboration with Edison Peñafiel, Tim Best, Sean Cairns, Alicia Eggert, Ann Glazer, Ryan Goolsby, Alicia Henry, Letitia Huckaby, Vince Jones, Kathy Lovas, Shawn Mayer, Leigh Merrill, Bogdan Perzyński, Bret Slater, Pedro Vélez, and Sally Warren.

This exhibition will be open to the public by appointment, following a strict protocol of safety measures. Masks will be required to enter the gallery. 

A virtual opening party will be held on Saturday, June 20th. We will announce more regarding our virtual opening soon. During the run of this exhibition, the gallery will also have a corresponding interview program that will feature national and international guests that will serve as a platform to discuss the pandemic as well as other congruent themes that are relevant to our current state. The gallery would like to stress that we are aware and sympathize with the financial instability many of us are dealing with, so participant artists have been given the option to submit work that reflects the difficulty of artmaking during current conditions. Despite this, the work presented aims to be received as a pure sentiment, in solidarity with all those who have been affected by the pandemic.

We are excited to be back, albeit under the most unusual circumstances, and we look forward to adapting to uncertainty while maintaining the same level of quality and service we have always aspired to. We trust that our patrons, collectors, local art organizations join us as we explore different ways of supporting artists and the arts community.

Hear My Words That I Might Teach You

Hear My Words That I Might Teach You

MAY 13TH – MAY 31ST, 2020

A group survey featuring works evoking concepts of time, solitude, & reflection.

“Hear My Words That I Might Teach You,” a reference to Simon and Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence,” is an online exhibition proudly presented by Liliana Bloch Gallery. The exhibition is a survey of the gallery’s diverse roster through a selection of works that evoke concepts of time, solitude, and reflection.

As we collectively navigate through new struggles, “Hear My Words That I Might Teach You” advocates for introspection. During a time where altruism is more important than ever, the works featured in this exhibition aim to exist as imperative reminders of the importance of caring.

Featured Artists: Nathalie Alfonso, Myra Barraza, Tim Best, Alicia Eggert, Ann Glazer, Ryan Goolsby, Lynne Harlow, Alicia Henry, Letitia Huckaby, Vince Jones, Kathy Lovas, Shawn Mayer, Leigh Merrill, Bogdan Perzynski, Bret Slater, Simón Vega, Pedro Vélez, Sally Warren.

Sally Warren at the Northwind Arts Center

November 1 – NOVEMBER 25, 2018

The gallery is proud to announce the opening of Convenience Store – New Work, the latest solo show by Sally Warren showing at the Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend, Washington. For the exhibition, Warren continues her work about conservation issues and human views of convenience and consumption.

Sally Warren, Pop, 2017, inkjet on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, 42″w x 31″h

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog.

Northwind Arts Center’s mission is to connect arts and community. Northwind cultivates and encourages the arts by showcasing and serving visual, literary and performance artists, and fosters arts appreciation and education in the greater community.

More information about the exhibition can be found here

Read more about Sally Warren here.
2019-09-06T22:00:19-06:00November 1st, 2018|News, Sally Warren|

Convenience Store

May 13 – June 17, 2017

Liliana Bloch Gallery is proud to present a new solo exhibition by Dallas based artist Sally Warren.”Picking up the trash of others at a rural gas stop seemed a small act of salvage that felt good to me in that post-election moment. I collected the consumed and the abject, no fragment of litter too small or too dirty. Laid out in the studio, I found a poignancy in the empty wrappers, crinkled from touch, non-biodegradable evidence of our passage.”Sally Warren divides her time between Dallas, TX and Port Townsend, WA. She earned her MFA from SMU in 2003 and her BA at UT Austin. She has shown at The MAC, the Dallas Contemporary, Brookhaven, Mountainview, and Tarrant County Colleges, SMU Pollock Gallery and The Free Museum, TCU Moudy Gallery, and Liliana Bloch Gallery.

pictured above: Sally Warren, Rich Layer, 2017, inkjet on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, 42″w x 31″h

Read more about Sally Warren here.
2019-04-04T19:14:36-06:00May 13th, 2017|Exhibitions, Past Exhibition, Sally Warren|