From Press Release
Marty Walker Gallery is taking full advantage of the gallery’s wall real-estate in a special show unveiling the contents of the gallery’s backroom for a salon-style exhibition. In advance of the fall season, and the forthcoming remodel to scale back the gallery and reduce inventory, works will be temporarily discounted, making this exhibition a great opportunity to view and acquire art from a selection of superb works from the gallery’s racks including many works that have never before been exhibited.
Opening reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 25, 2009. The exhibit runs through September 5.
Artists include Waddy Armstrong, Andrew Bennett, Douglas Leon Cartmel, Beau Comeaux, Michael Eudy, Mark Flood, Thomas Feulmer, Nick Gaetano, Archie Scott Gobber, Lisa Grossman, Allison Hunter, Angela Kallus, Ted Kincaid, Anna Krachey, William Lamson, Pard Morrison, Tom Orr, Matthew Porter, Susie Rosmarin, Jay Shinn, and Kathy Webster among others.
Also, inquire about our print inventory to view some rare works in our flat files by Polly Apfelbaum, Rupert Deese, Roland Fischer, Jonathan Higgins, James Nares, Ed Ruscha, Alison Elizabeth Taylor, Bernar Venet, and more.
About Marty Walker Gallery
Marty Walker Gallery is committed to exhibiting contemporary art by mid-career and emerging artists. The gallery’s formal program is focused on inventive use of materials and/or process-oriented works as well as outstanding works in video, photography, sculpture and painting. In collaboration with numerous national and international institutions, museums, and galleries, Marty Walker Gallery aims to bring dynamic and challenging work to Dallas. In addition, the gallery strives to cultivate awareness and education in contemporary art, and welcomes individuals new to collecting art.
Marty Walker Gallery is located at 2135 Farrington Street, Dallas, Texas 75207. They can be reached by phone at 214-749-0066 or on the web at www.martywalkergallery.com. Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday 11-5 p.m., and by appointment.