Liliana Bloch GalleryWOULDN'T IT BE GOOD?
Wouldn't It Be Good?" celebrates the artists in our roster whose careers were deeply affected by the COVID-19 crisis. From cancellations of solo exhibitions (Alicia Henry, Dallas Museum of Art) in major national art institutions, to postponing participation in some of the most prestigious art venues and initiatives (Alicia Henry with two traveling exhibits in Canada and Letitia Huckaby at The Crystal Bridges Museum and solo exhibiting at Liliana Bloch Gallery commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Women's Voting Rights in the US, Alicia Eggert (Creative Time Summit in Dallas), Kathy Lovas (solo exhibition opening our new location), Leigh Merrill (New York Times image selection "Here Now" exhibit curated by Justine Ludwig and Brandon Kennedy, Ann Glazer (Kips Bay Design New York/Art, Design and Technology), Pedro Vélez (214 Projects, Dallas, Texas), Simón Vega (Oku - Noto Triennale, Japan), and Vince Jones.
“You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star.”
Liliana Bloch Gallery is a contemporary art gallery founded in 2013. The gallery represents artists working regionally, nationally, and internationally in all media.
The Gallery provides a unique and personalized approach to building outstanding contemporary collections, emphasizing artwork that addresses contemporary issues with strong historical ties. We work to create a dialogue between institutional and private curators, collectors, galleries, educational venues, and the general public.
In 2016, the Gallery launched its public art program, URBANO, which cements the gallery’s commitment to educate and promote the understanding of contemporary art in public spaces. URBANO includes curatorial initiatives that reach beyond the traditional bounds of a gallery space and bring art into the context of the city. We believe that public art enhances the lives of our community and nurtures the freedom of expression through mutual understanding between artists and the public.
The Gallery takes as a given that contemporary art both serves as a catalyst for critical thinking and holds the promise to promote peace, understanding, and appreciation for knowledge and excellence.
Untitled, 2013 - 2015
Untitled, 2013 - 2014
Cheesy Cheddar Temple 1, 2014
Mercury Capsule, 2013
Rest in Peace, 2017
Quilt #2, 2007
All That Is Possible Is Real, 2016 - 2017
Nine Glichéd Chairs, 2016
Empty Frame, 2012
Clouds, Bicycles, 2020
Missing Bikini, 2017
Step on Through, 2018
Antisocial Practice, 2018
Machete with Hurricane Black Eye, 2020
Americans in Flint, Americans in Puerto Rico, Americans in Nestlé, 2020