Deadline May 31, 2013
Announcing the 2nd Biennial: Origins in Geometry juror Clint Willour, curator of the Galveston Art Center. More Info
Opening Reception and Awards
Friday, July 19, 6:30 - 8 PM
Biennial: Origins in Geometry show runs through October 6. Juror Clint Wilhour presents awards for this juried show of emerging geometric artists.
Friday, October 18, 6:30 - 8 PM
Exhibit of Contemporary Islamist Artists curated by Ronald Watson and including Shafaq Ahmad, Richard Henry, Lateefa Spiker and Adam Williamson.
What's News at MADI
Gateway - Spring 2013
Highlights and pictures from the Vasarely Opening, the unveiling of a recent acquistion, and the current show, Rarely Seen MADI Art: Selections from the Permanent Collection.
moderndallas.net - Martin Schreiber Retrospective:
A Journey in Hard-Edge Geometric Art by Todd Camplin
MADI Museum has a retrospective of Martin Schreiber, but you will get much more than just Schreiber’s work, you will get to know a neglected part of Modernist history that deserves to have its day in the sun.. Read More
More often than not, I find any and all things related to geometry wholly unappealing. Read More
moderndallas.net - Derivatives: Origins in Geometry at Museum of Geometric and MADI Art through October 2 by Todd Camplin
Their current exhibition, Derivatives: Origins in Geometry juried show brought together twenty-nine artists that work in the spirit of playful use of geometric shapes. Read More
Local teachers will join a group of 10-year-olds to learn from Hungarian artist János Saxon for an on-campus arts and mathematics workshop. Read More
Delve deeper into the mystery, and MADI, the museum's chosen focus, at an in-depth exhibit that explores Constructivism, a MADI art form...Read More
Dallas Morning News - Museum of Geometric and MADI Art hosts exhibition, 'Monumental and Intimate Art'
Twelve years ago, Dorothy and Bill Masterson conceived the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, which makes its home in a sleek building on Carlisle Street. To this day, it remains Dallas' sanctuary for what the Mastersons call "the innovative MADI art movement." Read More