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Dallas Exhibitions. Bill’s Junk Road Show. Talley Dunn Gallery

Bill’s Junk Road Show. Attached images courtesy of Bill Davenport
Bill’s Junk Road Show. Attached images courtesy of Bill Davenport
Bill’s Junk Road Show. Attached images courtesy of Bill Davenport

Bill’s Junk Road Show. Open at Talley Dunn Gallery. April 11 – 14, 2019

Bill’s Junk, the Houston nexus of high art, low craft, nature, and salvage is going on the road! Bill Davenport has loaded all his best junk into a repurposed firework stand and will open it in the courtyard of Talley Dunn Gallery during the Dallas Art Fair. Bargains galore on owls, painted rocks, fake pizza, puzzles, driftwood, signs, books, curiosities and thrift store masterpieces. Bill himself will be on site all weekend to entertain, amaze, and relieve the Metroplex of its spare cash in exchange for his mostly handmade wares.

Bill’s Junk Road Show is part of Antidote, a triad of exhibitions and programming at Talley Dunn Gallery this April. Antidote will also feature fresh, a group exhibition of important prints and multiples by internationally-recognized artists, and Analia Saban, a solo exhibition of editioned work by the Argentine conceptual artist.

Bill’s Junk Road Show. Attached images courtesy of Bill Davenport
Bill’s Junk Road Show. Attached images courtesy of Bill Davenport

Antidote will kick off on Thursday, April 11 with the appearance of Bill’s Junk Road Show at the Talley Dunn Gallery courtyard. For one weekend only, audiences have a unique opportunity to take part in a different kind of art scene, by browsing the junk at Bill Davenport’s alternative market and ongoing participatory project. Who knows what might be found!

Special Hours:

Bill’s Junk Road Show Collector Preview
Thursday, April 11, 2019
11 AM – 2 PM

Bill’s Junk Road Show Preview Benefit
Thursday, April 11, 2019
6 – 10 PM

General admission hours:
Friday, April 12, 11 AM – 7 PM: Watermelon day!
Saturday, April 13, 11 AM – 7 PM: Driftwood day!
Sunday, April 14, 12 – 6 PM: Theme TBA

Written by Verónica López

Editor Television section in English and Spanish. Born in Valencia in 1987. Degree on Journalism.

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