May 13th – May 31st, 2020 A group survey featuring works evoking concepts of time, solitude, and 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...
Newly opened Hall Arts Hotel features one of the gallery's represented artists in its art collection.
Huckaby’s works will be in the group exhibition “State of the Art”, celebrating the opening of the CBM’s new space “The Momentary”
Alicia Eggert and Robert Hodge will have concurrent solo exhibitions at The Gallery at UTA.
Liliana Bloch Gallery Announces the Opening of its New Location This Fall
The book gives a history of net art from the 1980s to the present through thematic essays, interviews, and screenshots.
The Power Plant in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Will Exhibit Alicia Henry’s Work in Solo Exhibition, Witnessing in Early 2019
Letitia Huckaby Will Be Featured as the Major Holiday Exhibition at the Tyler Museum of Art in Her Show, "Lagniappe"
Convenience Store - New Work Exhibition on View
As Part of the Dallas Art Fair Foundation Acquisition Program at the 2018 Dallas Art Fair
Ryan Goolsby to be Among the Featured Artist at The Nasher Sculpture Center's The Great Create 2018
Tim Best will be heading to Berlin for a residency at Das Institut für Alles Möglich from November to December 2017. Liliana Bloch Gallery will hold a fundraiser to support Tim.
Kathy Lovas is a part of a collaborative instillation with Lynné Bowman Cravens at 500X Gallery. ADDITIVE exemplifies one of the many benefits flowing from a strong mentor/mentee relationship. It is reflective of Kathy’s teaching philosophy, in which students are encouraged to use the classroom as a laboratory to create alternative presentations and mini-installations.
The Artist's Eye Gallery Talk and Art Showing