The Hawn Gallery at SMU’s Hamon Arts Library presents new works by artist and writer Michael Corris. Corris has been active as an artist since the early 1970s, initially as a member of the collective Art & Language in New York. Since then, Corris has continued to exhibit and publish internationally, both as an individual and in collaboration with other artists and writers. This exhibition tracks a particular theme in Corris’s work — art’s role in the process of the formation of a city’s identity — through his relationship to the cultural life of Dallas and the many editions of the Venice Biennale. Learn more about the artist at: www.invisible-college-conversations.com
To make an appointment to view the exhibition, email [email protected]. Visitors are limited to three in the gallery at one time; masks are required and six feet of social distancing must be maintained. Public hours: 12-5 p.m. Saturday, and by appointment. SMU community hours (SMU I.D. required): 9 am - 9 pm Mon. - Thurs.; 9 am - 6 pm Fri.; 12 - 5 pm Sat.; 2 - 9 pm Sun.
Hawn Gallery/Hamon Arts Library • 6100 Hillcrest Avenue • Dallas 75205
For more information: 214-768-3813