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Kirk Hopper Fine Art

3008 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226 | Downtown & Deep Ellum | 214-760-9230
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  • A Transfer of Spirit

    12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. first Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat. of every month until October 25

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    Before computers gave us the ability to copy paste, it was happening in real life. This is how most technology comes to exist: expediting the human experience. But some artists resist the...
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    “Caligrafitizm.” That’s the first word you see when you look up graffiti artist Soner’s website. What does it mean? Well, it’s an amalgamation of his largest...
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    One of our generation’s most fascinating artists opens a solo show at Kirk Hopper (3008 Commerce St.) Friday. James Magee has spent more than three decades communicating with a...
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    “Taxidermy mannequins, foam, push pins, fake roses, poured plastic, glitter” are the listed ingredients in “Cluster,” a piece by Ann Wood that straddles the line of...
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    So, you’re between hits. With DIFF cut and wrapped and USA Film Festival another week away, your mind sees the world around you as a movie. If you’re Dallas-to-New York artist...
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    Professor Du Chau has a remarkable and flexible mind. In addition to a long career in laboratory sciences, he also teaches sculpture at a local college. He first popped onto our radar in...
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    Baseball debacle or no, everybody still wants to be like Mike. In fact, artist Sergio Garcia has been wearing Air Jordans since the 80s. When it came to choosing an iconic cultural image for...
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    We love Texas artists, especially when they are as “Texas” as Bill Haveron, but don’t think for a second that he is a one-trick-Lone-Star-pony. While the Bryan, Texas...
  • The Mixmaster: Arts & Culture News
    Peek behind the white partition at Kirk Hopper Gallery and you see it: a shimmering waterfall of music wires, hundreds of them, cascading out along a horizontal line. Their polar tips crash...
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    If you’re not up on your mid-20th century French philosophy, you could read Roland Barthes’ dense semiotics essay “Rhetoric of the Image” to better understand the...
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    Any driver on the road whose car sports a rosary on the rear-view or a Jesus fish on the bumper would be envious of Joseph Daun's ride, a zippy, motorized crucifix lined with Madonna-blue...
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    When artists talk about the "American experience," it's hard to say what they really mean anymore. Being American used to mean that you were living a dream of relative financial stability,...
  • The Mixmaster: On The Scene
    What if there was a bulbous bearded man from generations ago, and then his head was splattered in such an excited rush of sporadic color that somehow the form of Popeye made it's way into...
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