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Kirk Hopper Fine Art presents "ATM/DFW" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Erin Stafford

Kirk Hopper Fine Art presents "ATM/DFW," a group exhibition featuring works by Celia Eberle, Tabatha Trolli, Celia Alvarez Munoz, Taro Waggoner, Xxavier Edward Carter, Brian Scott, Brian Jones, Keer Tanchak, Joshua Goode, Andrea Tosten, Heyd Fontenot, and Erin Stafford.

The exhibition features North Texas artists who were guests on the podcast, Artists Talk Movies, each with their own unique contribution to the forum. Visitors can explore the artworks of "ATM" and the movies that caused a chain reaction of creativity by influencing artists of the 21st century.

Artists Talk Movies is a bi-weekly podcast established in 2021 and co-hosted by Erin Stafford and Heyd Fontenot. Every episode of ATM invites an artist to discuss a favorite film that connects to their studio practice or has shaped them artistically in some way. T

The purpose of the podcast is manifold: to celebrate the power of cinema and promote contemporary working artists while simultaneously encouraging critical discourse on film, relating it back to their creative processes. Foregoing stuffy "art speak," this podcast delivers insight and introduces you to living artists through unique conversations.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 17.

Kirk Hopper Fine Art presents "ATM/DFW," a group exhibition featuring works by Celia Eberle, Tabatha Trolli, Celia Alvarez Munoz, Taro Waggoner, Xxavier Edward Carter, Brian Scott, Brian Jones, Keer Tanchak, Joshua Goode, Andrea Tosten, Heyd Fontenot, and Erin Stafford.

The exhibition features North Texas artists who were guests on the podcast, Artists Talk Movies, each with their own unique contribution to the forum. Visitors can explore the artworks of "ATM" and the movies that caused a chain reaction of creativity by influencing artists of the 21st century.

Artists Talk Movies is a bi-weekly podcast established in 2021 and co-hosted by Erin Stafford and Heyd Fontenot. Every episode of ATM invites an artist to discuss a favorite film that connects to their studio practice or has shaped them artistically in some way. T

The purpose of the podcast is manifold: to celebrate the power of cinema and promote contemporary working artists while simultaneously encouraging critical discourse on film, relating it back to their creative processes. Foregoing stuffy "art speak," this podcast delivers insight and introduces you to living artists through unique conversations.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 17.

WHEN

WHERE

Kirk Hopper Fine Art
1426 N Riverfront Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207, USA
http://www.kirkhopperfineart.com/atmdfw.html

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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