THIS IS AN IN-PERSON EVENT
Through March 13, 2021
Open by appointment only
Pollock Gallery (new location) – Suite 101, Expressway Tower, 6116 N. Central Expressway, Dallas 75206
The Pollock Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Dallas artist and Meadows alumnus Tim Coursey, created in collaboration with the Riso Bar collective and its concurrent exhibit at the Pollock. The exhibition draws its name from Coursey’s newly released artist’s book, Driving Lessons: Thirteen Stories. Composed of the artist’s original short fiction and drawings, it was created on the risograph machine that is part of the Pollock’s Riso Bar display. The exhibition includes a new sculpture by Coursey, Hope Chest, as well as 70 copies of the book and a series of quotations from the text that have been printed and hung throughout the space. Original pencil illustrations that appear in the book are included as well. The exhibition conjures a pre-modern era, emphasizing the craft and time necessary to form the hand-printed books and the delicately carved wooden chest. A Dallas resident since 1948, Tim Coursey studied art under Roger Winter at Dallas College and later at SMU Meadows School of the Arts, where his teachers included Otis Dozier, Jerry Bywaters, Mary Vernon, Larry Scholder and James Surls. To arrange a visit, email Pollock Assistant Curator Everton Melo at [email protected]. For more information, call 214.768.4439.
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