Series: Work/Play || DIY Trying || Authority || American Paintings/Drawings || Eyewash
Solo Exhibitions: a thing of this world, Laredo || Invisible Hand, Dallas || Lookout, Chattanooga
Group Exhibitions: Objectives, ArtPace, San Antonio || Drawing Quote Unquote, Richardson || ArtSmarter Prize, Dallas || Document V, St. Louis || Open House, PRP, Dallas || Impossible States, Dallas|| Paradise vs. Utopia, Dallas || The Gun Show, Lubbock || London Art Fair, Decorazon || Wow, now That’s What I Call Stand-Up Vol.1, Nasher, Dallas
Additional: Artist Residency Chattanooga, Chattanooga || Mini-Residency, Brooklyn || Hambidge Art Auction, Atlanta || Donations
Striping as authoritarian symbology, modern design and confused/appropriated authorship and power.
American libertarian terms reveal partially redacted text from Baudrillard’s “Simulacra and Simulation,” partially protected by rhinoliner mimicking truck decal patterns and support blocks.
Made with rhinoliner on top of buffed resin covering acrylic painting on panel, with various striped supports/blocks.
A series of works inspired by the CIA.
[solo] a thing of this world
Laredo College, Laredo, Texas
January 21- February 25, 2016
[solo] Invisible Hand
Beefhaus, Dallas [link]
September 24- October 7, 2016
Swine, Chattanooga, Tennessee [link]
November 4th, 2016
Artists selected by Denise Markonish [Mass MOCA]
Exhibition curated by Taylor Bates [Artpace]
Hudson Show Room
ArtPace, San Antonio, TX [link]
September 22- December 30, 2016
Edith O’Donnell Gallery, University of Texas, Dallas
January 15- February 2, 2016Participating Artists: Shelby Cunningham, Ben Bascombe, K. Yoland, Rebecca Carter, Ryder Richards, David Willburn, Nicholas C. Mathis, Fred Villanueva, Vincent Falsetta, John Hernandez, Erik Schuessler, Vance Wingate, Kristen Cochran, Marcelyn McNeil , Jeff Gibbons, Sandra Lara, Heyd Fontenot, Michael A. Morris, Sara Cardona, John A. Hernandez, Mary Ellen Lacy, Doug Land, Peter Ligon, Bruce Lee Webb, Olive Gee Hellstrom, Joachim West, Shawn Mayer, William Binnie, Zoetina Veal, Teresa Gomez-Martorell
curated by Frank Artsmarter
Cris Worley Gallery, Dallas, Texas
June 3rd, 2016
Opening on Friday, March 25th, Document V serves as an official record of Temporary Art Review as a public form, summarizing the first five years of collective research by a disparate group of artists, curators, observers, activists and critics.
Participating artists and projects include: ACRE TV; Colin Alexander; Anxious to Make (Liat Berdugo and Emily Martinez); BFAMFAPhd (Caroline Woolard); Mike Calway-Fagen; Steven Cottingham; Paul Druecke; Nihaal Faizal; Good Weather (Haynes Riley presenting Matthew Kerkhof); Sam Gould / Red76; Gelare Khosgozaran; Jonathan Hanahan; Museum of Capitalism; Ryder Richards; Signal Fire; Christine Wong Yap and others.
Additionally, a commemorative book and exhibition catalog will follow later in the year.
October 15, 2016
Pierre Krause, Michael Mazurek, Peter Bo Rappmund, Ryder Richards, and Michael Wynne
El Centro College & Ro2 Art, Dallas
September 6-30, 2016
Dwayne Carter, Danielle Georgiou, Randy Guthmiller, Rachel Muldez,
Ryder Richards, Marilyn Waligore, Carlo Zinzi
Saturday, November 19th, 2016
Gun Show! art in the era of campus carry
Landmark Arts Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas [link]
October 15- December 18th, 2016
London Art Fair
Wow, now That’s What I Call Stand-Up Vol.1
An evening of comedic performance programmed by Lee Escobedo
Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas [link]
September 19th, 8-10 PM
Chattanooga, Tennessee [link]
October 9- November 9, 2016 (proposed dates)
Public Address, Brooklyn
August 9- August 16, 2016
Spay Neuter Network
Kettle Art, DallasParticipating artists: Kate Horne, Kristen Cochran, John Frost, Ryder Richards, Zach Grant, Ashleigh Luke, Pati Dye, Val Curry, Josephine Durkin
Medici Circle, Texas Tech School of Art
15th Anniversary Exhibition
Soo Visual Arts Center