DB14 will launch with an exhibition at the Goss-Michael Foundation including a Thomas Lawson Retrospective and group exhibition with work by Conrad Atkinson, Derek Boshier, Joseph Grigely, Stephen Lapthisophon, Adrian Piper, and Martha Rosler.
The 2014 Dallas Biennial (DB14) will take place February through May in Dallas, TX with exhibitions and lectures staged throughout Dallas. During the three-month event, work will be displayed in non-profit spaces, galleries, artist-run spaces, storefronts, warehouses and corporate offices. Over 40 national and international artists are set to exhibit work in multiple Dallas venues. Marking a transition from web-based to physical exhibitions, DB14 is pleased to announce its partnership with The Goss Michael Foundation, The Power Station, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, UTD CentralTrak, Richland College, Eastfield College, Beefhaus, Oliver Francis Gallery, and Semigloss Magazine.
DB14 ARTISTS: Conrad Atkinson, Mark Booth, Derek Boshier, Gary Cannone, Asger Carlsen, Michael Corris, Petra Cortright, Jeff Gibbons, Geraldine Gliubislavich, Joseph Grigely, George Horner, Devin King, Stephen Lapthisophon , Darryl Lauster, Thomas Lawson, Karin Lehmann, Shaun Leonardo, José Lerma, Hubert Marécaille, Kristin Mariani, Francisco Moreno, Miklos Onucsan, Lana Paninchul, Adrian Piper, Aleix Plademunt, Nancy Popp, Michelle Rawlings, Ryder Richards, Martha Rosler, Björn Ross, Richard Roth, Michael Schmacke, Ludwig Schwarz, Marjorie Schwarz, Lucia Simek, Cauleen Smith, Josh Smith, Paul Anthony Smith, Brad Tucker, Penelope Umbrico, Michael Vorfeld
DB14 VENUES: The Goss-Michael Foundation, The Power Station, Eastfield College, Richland College, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, OFG.XXX, BEEFHAUS, West Dallas Warehouse, Deep Ellum Storefront, Stemmons Corridor Office Space
DB14 CURATORS: Michael Mazurek and Jesse Morgan Barnett are Dallas based artists who received their MFA’s in intermedia from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2011.