Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florence Italy | Lisa Pon lecture: “Drawing Away: Drawing Together”

In this lecture, Lisa Pon explores the processes of drawing both as a graphic technique and more generally as a gesture of pulling. Techniques involving pen and ink, needle through paper, warp and weft, as well as etching, engraving, and movable type will be examined in works by artists such as Raphael, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Dora […]

Drawing Quote Unquote at UTD

Drawing Quote Unquote Jan 15 – Feb 12, 2016 Opening reception: Friday, January 15, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.   Edith O’Donnell Visual Arts Gallery ATC 1.705, 1.701 and Grand South Exhibition Hallway (near Lecture Hall) University of Texas at Dallas Richardson, TX Curated by Lorraine Tady Through the work of local and emerging […]

Two x Two – Dallas Morning News

Two x Two brings in $8.6 million Holly Haber [email protected]  Published: 28 October 2015 09:23 PM Updated: 28 October 2015 11:58 PM The results are in, and Two x Two for AIDS and Art has achieved another record year, raising $8.6 million to benefit the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research. Hosted for 17 years by Cindy and Howard Rachofsky at their […]

Alice + Olivia project in Paper City

Alice In Wonderland: Trendy New Highland Park Village Store Opens With Pure Whimsical Style BY JANE ROZELLE PHOTOGRAPHY JONATHAN ZIZZO 10.21.15 What: Alice + Olivia Store Opening Where: Highland Park Village Who: Team Alice Chelsea Krahenbuhl and Madeleine Ashton; featured artist Rebecca Carter; bright young things Rachel Michell, Nancy Gopez, Meredith Brewer, Jill Gragg, Maggie […]

A Thread House Has Whiskers – Holly Johnson Gallery

  Rebecca Carter: A Thread House Has Whiskers October 17, 2015 – December 23, 2015   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas is pleased to announce the opening of A Thread House Has Whiskers an installation of new works by Rebecca Carter on Sat., October 17 from 6 – 8 pm. The exhibit continues […]

Reception for Loosed Words – Alice and Olivia at Highland Park Village

Dialogues on Race Billboard article in Culturemap

Dallas artists spark dialogues about race with citywide billboard project By Alex Bentley 11.16.14 | 11:53 am The purpose of billboards usually is to sell a product of some kind, but artist Janeil Engelstad of Make Art with Purpose has subverted that idea with a series of billboards around Dallas that are part of a project called Dialogues on Race.Four pairs […]

And then I whirled at the Sound of – Oil and Cotton

AND THEN I WHIRLED AT THE SOUND OF June 10, 2014 AND THEN I WHIRLED AT THE SOUND OF Experimental Music, Field Recordings, Sound Art Curated by Janeil Engelstad Oil and Cotton Creative Exchange of Dallas 837 W. 7th Street. Dallas, Texas 75208 June 12 – July 27, 2014 Opening reception June 12, 2014 5:00 […]

Sleep Architecture review by Andy Amato on

April 18th, 2014 – Andy Amato If you enjoy works of intricate simplicity and conceptual subtlety, then you’ll like Rebecca Carter’s Sleep Architecture and the Dream House at RE Gallery + Studio, Dallas. It’s the sort of work that first appears fragile and airy, yet the work conveys more by way of its obsessive and […]

Sleep Architecture review by Janeil Engelstad on

Rebecca Carter sleep architecture and the dream house RE gallery + studio, Dallas [link] March 21- April 20, 2014 Harmony and disorder, stillness and agitation, elegance and mess are recurring dualities in Rebecca Carter’s work. Her alluring thread drawings -lines of text from conversations and dreams, brainwaves, golden rings, and fragments of houses lived in- […]

DMagazine FrontRow | The Week’s Five Best Art Galleries Openings and Events

Sleep Architecture and the Dream House by Rebecca Carter at RE Gallery – March 21, 6-8 p.m. 1717 Gould Street, Dallas, Texas 75215. Much of Rebecca Carter’s work uses ephemeral or delicate materials to explore the fragility of memory and the effects of time on relationships or notions of self. In this latest solo show at RE Gallery, Carter has employed […]

Dallas Observer | 17 Awesome Things To Do in Dallas this Weekend, March 20 – 23

Rebecca Carter Gallery Opening Where does a memory rest? And more important, what does it look like? Could an artist capture it in a painting? In her latest series, Rebecca Carter attempts exactly that. Using machine stitching on digitally generated color fields, she uses linear forms to create images both familiar and strange. She derives […]

Sleep Architecture and the Dream House at RE Gallery

  Sleep Architecture and the Dream House The art works in “Sleep Architecture and the Dream House” investigate the place of memory and rest through the performace and materialization of line. Machine stitching on digitally generated colorfields renders once intimately familiar but now abandonded architectural structures. Groundless thread drawings translate scientific and poetic data gathered […]

Et toi, qu’est-ce que tu vois? At La Napoule

never to be yourself and yet always at The Reading Room

never to be yourself and yet always – that is the problem a project by (wo)manorial at The Reading Room February 8 – March 1 opening reception 2/8 from 6 to 9 pm The Reading Room will host an exhibition presented by the collective (wo)manorial from February 8 through March 1, with an opening reception […]

Object Object! At Helmuth Projects

Helmuth Projects and good good things present Object Object!: A Selection of Smaller Works closing reception: 11.23.13 2-5 pm panel discussion: 11.23.13 1-2 pm Featuring works by an amazing roster of seventy-one national and international artists, Object Object!: A Selection of Smaller Works is a curated exhibition aiming to present a diverse group of excellent […]

Construction_site at UTD, curated by John Pomara

construction_Site Reception Friday, October 18, 6:30 PM Venue: AS 1.1 Ticket: Free Season: 2013-14October 11– November 16, 2013 Reception: Friday, October 18, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  The exhibition construction_Site advances the strategy of artists engaged in conceptual practices that adapt the appearance of constructed forms in painting and digital imaging. Artists are continually trying to update perceptual […]

Anne Bothwell | Signage Works: Yield To Students In MAP Exhibition

  on Art& Signage Works: Yield To Students In MAP Exhibition Anne Bothwell   |   October 14, 2013   3:37 PM The first sign that artist Rebecca Carter made was inspired by a real estate slogan she saw posted in an empty lot. “Build Your Dreams,” it said. She was taken by the phrase. There were many ways to read […]

Peter Simik | Your Guide to the 106 New Works of Public Art…

FrontRow Visual Arts Your Guide to the 106 New Works of Public Art You Can See in Dallas This Weekend By Peter Simek October 14th, 2013 12:43pm There was once a time when we bemoaned the state of public art in Dallas. Now the city has gone absolutely bonkers for this stuff. In an unprecedented […]


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (WO)MANORIAL PRESENTS THE(FIRST), The Internet (October 14, 2013) — (wo)manorial is proud to present its fifth online exhibition, the(FIRST) which launches Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 12:00 AM CST and is on view through January 18, 2014. On October 15, 2012, (wo)manorial’s inaugural exhibition, Space|Place went live. Since it’s launch, (wo)manorial has proudly […]

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MAP feature page on KERA Art&Seek

MAP (Make Art with Purpose) From October 1 – November 24, 2013 MAP will produce MAP 2013, in the greater Dallas – Fort Worth area, a festival and exhibition that restores and preserves the environment, promotes social justice and advances human knowledge and well-being. more…

MAP 2013 Opening Reception at Eastfield College

Please join us for the opening reception of MAP 2013 at Eastfield College.  The exhibit and reception are in the H Gallery (H100) located on the Eastfield College Campus.  For directions please follow this link. MAP – Make Art with Purpose was founded in 2010 by Janeil Engelstad to support, promote, and share creative projects […]

Charissa Terranova/Nan Coulter feature on MAP for FD Luxe

The art group as activists: MAP 2013 and its passionate plan Is everyone an artist?  A constellation of events attempts to answer that question, via rituals, trials and enmeshments. MAP 2013 participants, from left: Brandon Horsley-Thompson, HIV/AIDS activist; Alpha Thomas, community activist; Lourdes Rocio Rocha, AVANCE community activist; Rebecca Carter, artist; and Harold Steward, cultural […]

Deep in the Art of Texas by Paul Laster

Deep in the Art of Texas by Paul Laster The fifth edition of the Texas Biennial—TX★13—is bigger and better than ever! Spread out among 80 museums, art centers, galleries, project spaces, and schools in 24 cities and towns across the state, this year’s biennial features exhibitions, performances, and talks by more than 100 artists chosen by […]

Texas Biennial is lead cover on ArtInfo

5th Texas Biennial Spurs Shows in 70 Towns Across the Lone Star State View Slideshow Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial Nancy Newberry, “12 10 13” from the series “Mum,” 2012 by Benjamin Sutton Published: August 16, 2013 Kevin Todora, “Limes and Pink,” 2012 / Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial On the increasingly bloated […]

Arts + Culture Review of Texas Biennial

Expanded Texas Biennial Launches Its Fifth Iteration IMAGE ABOVE:  TX★13 Danielle Georgiou, Pizzicato Porno (2013), videos projected on weather balloons, violin, sound pedal board, speaker, performance and installation (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial). Like art fairs, contemporary art biennials are ubiquitous these days. While they provide incredible exposure for artists and art organizations, they have […]

Hendrix College | Visiting Artist Lecture and Exhibition

Visiting Artist Lecture and Solo Exhibition Hendrix College, Conway, AK  

Amarillo Entropy at the Power Station

September 16 – 28, 2013
Opening: September 18, 2013 | 7–10 pm

Opening Reception / Screening & Panel: Ant Farm
Special event: September 26, 2013 | 7–9 pm

September 26—Smithson and the Amarillo Ramp, 7PM
Special event: September 28, 2013 | 3–9 pm

Barbecue / Silent Auction / Panel: Art in Amarillo:1990-Present

Moving Pictures at Brand10

SATURDAY, SEPT 7th | 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.


on display at both locations Sept 7th – Oct 26th, 2013

1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. | FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS

Texas Biennial

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, San Antonio
September 5 ‒ November 9, 2013
Openings: Thursday, September 5, 2013, 6-9pm
and Thursday, October 3rd, 6-9pm

116 Blue Star, San Antonio, TX 78204
Thursday, 12–8pm and Friday–Sunday, 12–6pm

The Dallas Pavilion

THURSDAY 30 MAY – SATURDAY 1 JUNE, 11:00-14:00

The Ordinary and the Everyday at RE Gallery

The Ordinary and the Everyday
RE Gallery, Dallas, TX
June 14 through July 6, 2013

Susan/Elizabeth at

SUSAN/ELIZABETH Tell me Elizabeth, What is it Elizabeth?  Look at me, You know what you want to say.  Say it. I know what it is. You know I know what it is.  From your past.  The story you never tell, but only to me.  You know I know. I always know.  You tell me all […]

Centraltrak | Artist Talk

Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 7pm Centraltrak 800 Exposition Ave  Dallas, TX

Re:Reading the Love Letter review by Andy Amato

REBECCA CARTER The Reading Room, Dallas November 3-26, 2011 In the intimate space of The Reading Room, Rebecca Carter thoughtfully offers up linguistic works that reveal how intention and medium simultaneously fail and profit one another. Her show, “Re: Reading the Love Letter,” intimates how this is particularly true for personal correspondence, a form of […]

“Lieder of the Pact” included in The Mobile Archive

The Mobile Archive: Video Selections from the Israeli Center for Digital Art November 4 – December 17 The Arcade Free and Open to the Public Co-organized by Noah Simblist, VAC Curatorial Fellow 2010–2011, and Kate Green, VAC Curatorial Fellow 2011–2012 Installation view of The Mobile Archive The Mobile Archive, initiated in 2007, is a sister project of the video archive at […]

Tell Me How You Really Feel travels to Moravian College

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 28 On view: September 28 – November 5 Payne Gallery of Moravian College 1200 Main St. Bethlehem, PA 18018

Monstrous Coupling Review | Betsy Lewis

Breaking Down Monstrous Coupling, a Big, Wild, Springsteen-y Exhibit at UT Dallas Shifting from strange to familiar, then endearing to wacky, the UT-Dallas exhibition “Monstrous Coupling” finds both comedy and sobriety among oddball artistic pairings. Curator Andy Amato contextualizes each piece through a list-of-works stacked by each entrance, and it’s a fun read, using a […]

Brand10 Art Space | Once and Again: Rebecca Carter, Teresa Rafidi and Linda Ridgeway

Brand 10 Art Space presents Once and Again: Rebecca Carter, Teresa Rafidi and Linda Ridgway November 3 – December 8, 2012 Reception: Saturday November 3 from 5 – 9pm Gallery hours: Friday and Saturday 1pm – 6pm Location: 3418 West 7th Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 15, 2012   FORT WORTH, […]

Residency at La Napoule


Expanded Cinema | Dallas Video Festival

Special Screening on the Omni Hotel. Wednesday, September 26, 8:30 pm. Viewing party TBA. Audio broadcast on WKXT.

Monstrous Coupling | UNT

Monstrous Coupling Friday, Nov 9, 2012 7:00p University Of Texas: Dallas (Utd) School Of Management Richardson, TX Beyond some notion of opposites being drawn to one another there stirs the more arresting and alarming lure of a monstrous coupling, a fertile pairing of two things that do not belong together. Curated by Andy Amato, Monstrous […]

Nasher Sculpture Center acquires Fountainhead Book

wow! The gorgeous oversized book assembled by The Art Foundation, (Joshua Goode, Ryder Richards, Lucia Simik, and Andrew Douglas Underwood) has been acquired by the Nasher Sculpture Center and will be on display in the Fall in conjunction with the exhibitions Sculpture in So Many Words: Text Pieces 1960–80 and Rediscoveries: Modes of Making in Modern Sculpture. Fountainhead website download press […]

Exhibition Catalogue | Tell Me How You Really Feel…

Tell Me How You Really Feel: diaristic tendencies July 11-September 22, 2012 This exhibit book focues on how artists used personal writings such as journals, notebooks, diaries, lists, and tweets as source material to create visually powerful and engaging artwork. The exhibition was divided into three general categories: 1. Graphic Novels, 2. Travelogues, and 3. […]

Cats and Rainbows | Oil and Cotton

Exhibition Dates: Saturday, September 22 – October 14 Opening Reception: Saturday, September 22, 6 – 9PM Oil and Cotton Creative Exchange 823 W. 7th Street, Dallas, TX

KERA Commentary: Four Local Galleries Achieve Greatness Without Grandeur

Joan Davidow   |   July 6, 2012   3:00 PM   Rebecca Carter’s pianos at the Reading Room In a shrinking economy, you wouldn’t expect the Dallas art scene to burst with new growth.  Commentator Joan Davidow believes four small, out-of-the-way art spaces are enlivening the area art scene. Joan is a Master of Liberal Studies professor of contemporary art at […]

NY Center for Book Arts | Tell Me How You Really Feel

Tell Me How You REALLY Feel: Diaristic Tendencies July 11, 2012 – September 22, 2012 Organized by Alexander Campos, Executive Director and Rory Golden, Former Executive Director and Artist Our annual artist members show with invited artists, focuses on artwork that has been inspired by the concept or content of graphic novels, memoirs, and travel […]

Dallas Museum of Art | The Eyeballs from Outer Space

Free Museum of Dallas | Things Held But Never Understood

REBECCA CARTER TERRI THORNTON SALLY WARREN   FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2011 5:00 – 7:00 P.M FREE MUSEUM OF DALLAS   A text, a photograph, a rock, a narrative, a person, a memory, a place, a trauma: any number of things may enter within close proximity, coming close enough to be “held,” intimately handled and unquestioned, […] blog post on Re: Reading the Love Letter

saturday afternoon with friends Posted on November 28, 2011 at 4:38 pm | No Comments Rebecca Carter’s The Wrong Perspective, graphite and wood; Dirty Rainbow, silk thread and electrical plugs at The Reading Room. Again I waited until the last day to see a show, Rebecca Carter’s Reading the Love Letter, but the timing couldn’t have been more perfect. While most folks were […]

Re:Reading the Love Letter | The Reading Room

Rebecca Carter at The Reading Room         Re: Reading The Love Letter, new work by Rebecca Carter, will open on Saturday, November 5 from 7 to 9 pm at The Reading Room, 3715 Parry Avenue, and continue through November 26.   Carter’s work investigates human gesture in its myriad forms through drawing, video […]

date night at dma

just saw this sweet shout out from Lucia Simik: date night at dma Artwork by Rebecca Carter on left; Bojan Šarčević, She, 2010, onyx in the show Silence and Time on right Back in college, when we were first dating, my now husband and I would hit up the Dallas Museum of Art for a […]