CADD Presents 3rd THURSDAY HAPPY HOURS! 
Please join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month at a CADD member gallery for Happy Hour! 
Familiarize yourself with Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas! Learn about CADD’s mission, scholarships, annual events, and other educational programs. View exhibitions, meet artists, gallery owners, and other like-minded, art lovers in the Dallas area.
This month’s HAPPY HOUR is Thursday, NOV. 15, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at
CONDUIT GALLERY
ON VIEW at CONDUIT GALLERY
ROSALYN BODYCOMB
When is Now?
Rosalyn Bodycomb’s paintings stand as both a respite from and a space in which to contemplate the chaotic world around us. Her paintings capture the deep intricacies of the natural world and beckons us to imagine our way in. Through measured meditations of the clockwork movements of the New York and D.C. subways, Bodycomb is able to freeze time and consider what Albert Einstein famously described as, “…the distinction between past, present and future [being] only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” 
MARGARET MEEHAN
Hope is a Thing with Feathers
Hope Is The Thing With Feathers, an exhibition by Margaret Meehan that addresses contemporary feminist protest and the legacies from which it draws. Meehan’s work will include banners made from WWII parachutes, archival photographs strapped to bricks, a sculptural image of two feet edging towards a precipice, caught between shame and the defiant will to fly, and a collaborative sound piece that weaves together the calls of ravens and songbirds.

ERIC ZIMMERMAN
A Few Things For the World’s End – 10903
To Eric Zimmerman, the historical significance of a Sonic Youth tape stuck to the floor of his car for 15 years is on equal footing with a Neolithic stone axe. In A Few Things For The World’s End, Zimmerman is not invoking the apocalypse, but pining for a world that handles meaning a bit more timorously.
The title is a reference to T.C. Boyle’s novel World’s End, though in the fashion of art, the show isn’t a literal statement on the literary work, it’s just a ‘very rough jumping off point’, as the artist reports. The work as a whole reflects this titular dynamic though: these are representational drawings in graphite that are named by what they depict. 

CADD’s 3rd Thursdays are FREE & proudly sponsored by: 
BROOKLYN BREWERY AND ARTS+CULTURE TEXAS


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