Monthly Archives: July 2009

Todd Hebert featured in LA Times

David Pagel of the LA Times wrote a moving review on Todd Hebert’s newest body of work, “City and Country,” on display through August 15th here at Mark Moore Gallery.

Read how David feels Todd “beat the odds” here!

Los Angeles Times

Bavington Rocks Toronto

Fan of David Bowie? Happen to be near or journeying to Toronto? It’s possible that Clark and Faria Gallery just made your day.

Mark Moore Gallery’s Tim Bavington is featured in Clark and Faria’s newest group exhibition, “Bowie,” which surveys contemporary visual homages to the glam-rock icon.

The show opens July 30th, and runs through September 6th, 2009. For full exhibition information, gallery location and other pertinent information, read up on the show here!

Dallas Contemporary Awards Vernon Fisher Legend Status

We’re thrilled to announce that Dallas Contemporary announced its 17th Annual Contemporary Legends Awardees, and alongside Nash Flores and Arlene and John Dayton, MMG’s Vernon Fisher will be honored.

The Grand Event takes place Thursday, September 17, 2009, 6:30 ~ 9 pm, for which tickets are available.

The general opening reception for the honorees’ exhibition is Friday, September 25, 2009
7 ~ 9 pm; so if you find yourself near Dallas, we encourage you to swing by.

For even details, or further information on the Contemporary Legends Award, please visit the Dallas Contemporary website.


David Hilliard at Yancey Richardson Gallery

Heading to New York for the summer and need a little photography in your life? Pop over to Yancey Richardson Gallery and check out her current group exhibition featuring MMG’s very own David Hilliard! Glitz & Grime: Photographs of Times Square is on view through August 28, 2009.

White Noise

Allison Schulnik on Daily Serving

Allison Gibson of wrote a fantastic piece on Allison Schulnik’s screening of Hobo Clown (2008) at Marty Walker Gallery (Dallas, TX). The video is on view through July 18th, so run – don’t walk – to go see it if you’re in the area! You can read Ms. Gibson’s article here.


Jennifer Nehrbass on Daily duJour

Chris Stanton of Daily duJour dropped by the opening on Saturday night, and was so struck with Jennifer’s work, that he featured it on Daily duJour’s blog. You can find his excellent write-up here!


Todd Hebert and Jennifer Nehrbass: The Opening

Todd and Jennifer’s shows opened to sensational reviews and a full house last Saturday night. We thank them both for making the journey to LA to be in attendance for the event, and all of the gallery’s supporters for making yet another memorable opening. A few photo highlights courtesy of Will Tee Yang Photography can be found below, and by clicking here.

Daily Serving features Jennifer Nehrbass

Allison Gibson of Daily Serving previewed Jennifer Nehrbass’ new body of work – opening at Mark Moore Gallery this Saturday, July 11, from 5-7pm – be sure to check out why Allison is intrigued by Jennifer’s “larger narrative…” here!

Chad Person Wows Idaho

Ochi Gallery’s group show, “In Search of the Miraculous,” opened to a full house and rave reviews on July 4th.

MMG’s Chad Person is featured in the show, and debuted three new Tax Cut pieces in addition to his infamous “Ozymandias Weeps (Big Boy).” The exhibition is on view through August 31st; for more information, visit

Ozymandias Weeps (Big Boy)