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Galleri UrbaneDallas

The Dallas Art Fair returns April 20-23 with over 80 galleries from around the world. We’re excited to share new works by multiple gallery artists, and introduce 4 new artists to the roster offering fair visitors a glimpse of our program. Our booth will include work by gallery artists: Stephen D’Onofrio, József Csató, Gail Peter Borden and Anna Kunz. Introduce new artists: Ronan Day Lewis, Drea Cofield, Megan Reed and in collaboration with Cohju Gallery Shinya Azuma.

Galleri Urbane, located in the Design District of Dallas, Texas, is a contemporary art gallery, founded in Silver City, New Mexico, in 2000. After two years of pop up exhibitions 2001 and 2002 in Marfa, Texas, owners Ree and Jason Willaford moved the business from the front rooms of their Victorian home in New Mexico and established permanent roots in a 100-year-old adobe building in the historic downtown Marfa, Texas in 2002. In 2009, the Dallas location opened where the gallery remains today. After operating there for 17 years, the Marfa space officially closed its doors in 2019. Since its founding, Galleri Urbane has advocated for the careers of contemporary, emerging and mid-career artists from across the United States and abroad, now representing more than 20 artists. These painters, sculptors, photographers, mixedmedia artists, and conceptual artists share a the mission to innovate their media beyond traditional applications and conventions. These various approaches to art fuel the gallery in solo and group exhibitions every seven weeks — about eight shows each year. Two exhibitions run concurrently and works by gallery artists rotate in the Viewing Room, adjacent to the two main galleries. Galleri Urbane continues to maintain relationships with artists, collectors, curators, and critics internationally after more than 20 years. From the early days of the gallery in the American West, beginning with Jason Willaford’s solo exhibition of paintings, Belly of the Cowgirl and pop-ups in Marfa during the The Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati Weekend, the Urbane aesthetic remains just as inventive and is not defined by the business it exists in.

Featuring Works By:

  • Stephen D’Onofrio
  • József Csató
  • Gail Peter Borden
  • Anna Kunz
  • Ronan Day Lewis
  • Drea Cofield
  • Megan Reed
  • Shinya Azuma.