Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art

Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art Located in Uptown Dallas (3109 Carlisle St, Dallas, TX 75204), the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art (the MADI) is the only museum dedicated to MADI art.
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Located in Uptown Dallas, the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art (the MADI) is the only museum dedicated to MADI art and the primary point of focus for the MADI movement in the United States. Opening in 2003, the MADI has presented exhibitions of MADI art including MADI movement founder Carmelo Arden Quin, as well as works by contemporary artists working in geometric forms. Find out more about the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art at www.geometricmadimuseum.org, or call (214) 855-7802.

What does Roger Winter, the curator, and artist of "Hip Square" say: "The turbulent 1960s brought changes to all levels ...
02/15/2020

What does Roger Winter, the curator, and artist of "Hip Square" say: "The turbulent 1960s brought changes to all levels of American culture, including the art world. Pop Art and Minimalism, along with splinter styles began to push Action Painting out of the spotlight. With pop music and theater, a new zeitgeist was born" In the picture Roger Winter "Back and Forth", 21 x 21", Acrylic on Cut Museum Board. #HipSquares #MADI #GEOMETRICART

02/05/2020

MADI Friends come and enjoy this wonderful show: “Hip Squares from the Sixties”

02/01/2020

Great opening last night! Fans and friends of the showing artists were present enjoying their beautiful pieces. Come and enjoy the amazing art of Roger Winter, Bill Komodore, Toni LaSelle, Herb Rogalla and Charles T. Williams.

We had around 100 plus to visit the museum tonight.  Wonderful;
02/01/2020

We had around 100 plus to visit the museum tonight. Wonderful;

Today at 6 pm is the opening!

Today at 6 pm is the opening!
01/31/2020

Today at 6 pm is the opening!

01/27/2020

Last days to see the exhibit of Orna Feistein and MCKay Otto

Congratulations to the talented Nicola Olić, dear geometric and photograph artist. Nicola Olić has been a participant in...
01/13/2020
A Serbian-born photographer with a keen eye for detail finds a deeply alluring subject — Dallas

Congratulations to the talented Nicola Olić, dear geometric and photograph artist. Nicola Olić has been a participant in the Geometric Biennial and also Artist of the Month. Way to go Nicola!
https://www.dallasnews.com/arts-entertainment/visual-arts/2020/01/10/a-serbian-born-photographer-with-a-keen-eye-for-detail-finds-a-deeply-alluring-subject-dallas/

Nikola Olić grew up in Serbia. And yet, he has no trace of an accent. What he does have is a razor eye for detail. At 45, he works as a full-time software...

12/25/2019

Happy Holidays to all our friends!

NEWS | We are very excited to announce that Free Color Movie, a film based on Carlos Cruz-Diez’s legacy and lifelong que...
12/21/2019

NEWS | We are very excited to announce that Free Color Movie, a film based on Carlos Cruz-Diez’s legacy and lifelong quest to free color from form is part of the official selection of the Palm Springs International Film Festival! ⁠
As you can see, Free Color was partly filmed in the Atelier, right here in Paris! Maestro was very enthusiastic and pleased to take part in this project with dear to his heart and talented people such as Alberto Arvelo and Edgar Ramírez.

Written and directed by Alberto Arvelo, the film explores the career and the creative process of one of the most important color theorist of the 21st century, alongside a group of scientists from Caltech providing a very interesting dialogue between art and science. ⁠

The film will premiere on Saturday, January 4th, 2020 at the Annenberg Theater in Palm Springs, California.

NEWS | We are very excited to announce that Free Color Movie, a film based on Carlos Cruz-Diez’s legacy and lifelong quest to free color from form is part of the official selection of the Palm Springs International Film Festival! ⁠

As you can see, Free Color was partly filmed in the Atelier, right here in Paris! Maestro was very enthusiastic and pleased to take part in this project with dear to his heart and talented people such as Alberto Arvelo and Edgar Ramírez.

Written and directed by Alberto Arvelo, the film explores the career and the creative process of one of the most important color theorist of the 21st century, alongside a group of scientists from Caltech providing a very interesting dialogue between art and science. ⁠

The film will premiere on Saturday, January 4th, 2020 at the Annenberg Theater in Palm Springs, California. ⁠

We look forward to seeing you there! ⁠

Gustavo Dudamel Nella Rojas Devendra Banhart Articruz - Panamá Cruz-Diez Art Foundation Atelier Cruz-Diez Paris

Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art
12/06/2019

Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art

ARTIST OF THE MONTH DECEMBER 8TH 3 TO 5 P.M.
Mirror Image by NANC GORDON

12/06/2019

Amazing exhibition by renowned artists Orna Feinstein and McKay Otto. You have to come to experience it!!

ARTIST OF THE MONTH DECEMBER 8TH 3 TO 5 P.M. Mirror Image by NANC GORDON
12/05/2019

ARTIST OF THE MONTH DECEMBER 8TH 3 TO 5 P.M.
Mirror Image by NANC GORDON

Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art
12/05/2019
Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art

Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art

You are invited to the:
Artist of the Month Reception for
nancgordon
Sunday, December 8th • 3 - 5pm
Mirror Image, acrylic on wood panel, 10" x10"x1.5"
Featuring one-of-a-kind, contemporary graphic prints.
Nanc Gordon is from Boston, MA and received a BFA from Parsons School of Design in NY and a Certificate in Decorative Painting from The Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. She has taught graphic design at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, MA and Collin College in Plano, TX. Nanc worked as a Graphic Designer in New York and Boston before becoming a fine art painter. She now lives in Dallas, Texas.
She has exhibited her work at Ro2Art Gallery, the North Haven Garden Gallery, ArtCentre of Plano and numerous group shows in Texas. Pattern, texture and color are integral elements in her hand printed geometric prints.
Museum of Geometric and MADI Art 3109 Carlisle Street • Dallas, TX
http://www.nancgordon.com/

You are invited to the:Artist of the Month Reception fornancgordonSunday, December 8th • 3 - 5pmMirror Image, acrylic on...
12/04/2019
nancgordon

You are invited to the:
Artist of the Month Reception for
nancgordon
Sunday, December 8th • 3 - 5pm
Mirror Image, acrylic on wood panel, 10" x10"x1.5"
Featuring one-of-a-kind, contemporary graphic prints.
Nanc Gordon is from Boston, MA and received a BFA from Parsons School of Design in NY and a Certificate in Decorative Painting from The Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. She has taught graphic design at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, MA and Collin College in Plano, TX. Nanc worked as a Graphic Designer in New York and Boston before becoming a fine art painter. She now lives in Dallas, Texas.
She has exhibited her work at Ro2Art Gallery, the North Haven Garden Gallery, ArtCentre of Plano and numerous group shows in Texas. Pattern, texture and color are integral elements in her hand printed geometric prints.
Museum of Geometric and MADI Art 3109 Carlisle Street • Dallas, TX
http://www.nancgordon.com/

The Fourth Dimension of renowned Venezuelan artist  Jesus Rafael Soto arrives at the Gunghemhaim Museum in Bilbao.
11/16/2019
La cuarta dimensión de Soto llega al Museo Guggenheim de Bilbao

The Fourth Dimension of renowned Venezuelan artist Jesus Rafael Soto arrives at the Gunghemhaim Museum in Bilbao.

Una exhibición con más de 60 obras del artista cinético venezolano Jesús Soto se inaugura este viernes en España. Está a cargo de Manuel Cirauqui,

Great night at the Gala in the MADI. Many thanks to all our sponsors, attendees, supporters and dear artists who donated...
10/19/2019

Great night at the Gala in the MADI. Many thanks to all our sponsors, attendees, supporters and dear artists who donated their beautiful pieces for the extraordinary auction. Thanks to Beti Bricelj who donated her piece to be raffle. Also thanks for all corporate sponsors and in special to #ELLEN’s who delivered an extraordinary menu and for #Korbel for the champagne. Thanks to the #RitzCarlton #MelroseHotels #MagnoliaHotel for their wonderful gifts for the auction and thanks too to all people who donated items for the auction.

MADI friends this Friday 18 is the Gala at the Museum. As you know this is the ONLY fund rise to keep the MADI open 7 da...
10/16/2019
11th Annual Geometric Gala

MADI friends this Friday 18 is the Gala at the Museum. As you know this is the ONLY fund rise to keep the MADI open 7 days a week and free for all visitors.

If you can not attend please consider giving a tax deductible donation. Here in the Eventbrite evite it is an option to do this. Help this space open for all art lovers and specially for all Geometric and Madi Artist. We count on you!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/11th-annual-geometric-gala-tickets-69503913075

Join us for the 11th Annual Geometric Gala to benefit the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art! This year's fundraiser for the museum will be held on Friday, October 18th at the museum. The regular entrance time will be at 7 p.m. and the event continues until 10 p.m. Catered by Ellen’s Restaurant. Mus...

Artist of the month Kentra Gilbert. Thanks for coming to the MADI Kentra! We enjoyed your wonderful presentation.
10/14/2019

Artist of the month Kentra Gilbert. Thanks for coming to the MADI Kentra! We enjoyed your wonderful presentation.

10/13/2019

It was an amazing presentation by artist of the month Kentra Gilbert. Thanks Kentra for coming to Dallas!

Thanks for your visit!
10/07/2019

Thanks for your visit!

Fun day with my bestie @geometricmadi. I haven’t been here in ages. It got my #creativejuices flowing. It’s worth a visit. #art #geometric #cubes @ Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art

We are receiving donations for our silent auction: gift cards of restaurants, theater tickets and so on... Can you help ...
09/25/2019

We are receiving donations for our silent auction: gift cards of restaurants, theater tickets and so on... Can you help us?

Friends and members of the MADI remember to buy your tickets for the GALA. This is the only fund rise the Museum does to...
09/24/2019
11th Annual Geometric Gala

Friends and members of the MADI remember to buy your tickets for the GALA. This is the only fund rise the Museum does to continue operating. You can’t come? Not worries, make a donation!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/11th-annual-geometric-gala-tickets-69503913075?aff=odeimcmailchimp&mc_cid=199d0b6bb7&mc_eid=429167d923

Join us for the 11th Annual Geometric Gala to benefit the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art! This year's fundraiser for the museum will be held on Friday, October 18th at the museum. The regular entrance time will be at 7 p.m. and the event continues until 10 p.m. Catered by Ellen’s Restaurant. Mus...

Read in the New York Times: "New data shows that between 2008 and 2018, only 11 percent of art acquired by the country's...
09/21/2019

Read in the New York Times: "New data shows that between 2008 and 2018, only 11 percent of art acquired by the country's top museums for their permanent collections was by women". Here in the MADI, our permanent collection is comprised of about 30% artists women.
#MADIWOMENARTIST
#GEOMETRICWOMENARTIST
#MUSEUMOFMADIANDGEOMETRICART
Here Migdalia Salazar, finalist artist of the Biennial with her amazing piece "untitled #5". Come a visit the MADI. This sculpture is something unique!
#MIGDALIASALAZAR

Jun Sato, "Symphony of Squares" 50 x50 cm, Computer Graphics. Sato is a finalist of Biennial: Origins in Geometry.#JUNSA...
09/13/2019

Jun Sato, "Symphony of Squares" 50 x50 cm, Computer Graphics. Sato is a finalist of Biennial: Origins in Geometry.
#JUNSATO
#MUSEUMOFGEOMETRYANDMADIART
#GEOMETRICART
#MADIART
Foto: Marc M. Friedland

09/08/2019

walkSTEM is coming to The MADI! Listen to Ronka Dhingra the mastermind behind the amazing walkSTEM designed exclusively for the Museum inspired by a few selected pieces. Talkstem.org
#MUSEUMOFGEOMETRIART
#walkSTEM
#RONKADHINGRA

Rolin Smith is a Painter, Illustrator, and Designer based in Nashville, TN  and he is a finalist of the Biennial: Origin...
09/06/2019

Rolin Smith is a Painter, Illustrator, and Designer based in Nashville, TN and he is a finalist of the Biennial: Origins in Geometry. Here"Confusion in Black and White", 12 x 12", Pen and Ink.

He uses mediums in pen and ink, acrylic, watercolor, mixed media and digital manipulation. He mainly focuses on two different styles he calls Structure and Chaos but also finds Balance with abstract impressionistic butterflies and wildflowers. His Structure series consists of symmetric geometric designs while his Chaos series focuses on abstract expression.
Rolin loves expressive color and much of his inspiration comes from his travels and the rich colors and designs he has experienced. Artists that have been influential to him are Paul Klee, Yayoi Kusama, (background to the right at the High Museum) Jackson Pollack, Mark Rothko, Josef Albers, M.C. Escher, Claude Monet, and Frank Stella.
Rolin is happily married to his wife, Mary, and they have three furbabies; Bell, Milo, and Ghost.
#ROLINSMITH
#MUSEUMOFGEOMETRICANDMADIART
#GEMETRICART
#MADIART
Foto: Marc M. Friedland

James Allumbaugh, "Yellow Square Tri Cube", Acrilic Lacquer, Digital Print, Canvas. A finalist of the Biennial: Origins ...
09/04/2019

James Allumbaugh, "Yellow Square Tri Cube", Acrilic Lacquer, Digital Print, Canvas. A finalist of the Biennial: Origins of Geometry, Allumbaugh is a Dallas native who holds a doctoral degree in sculpture and art education from the University of North Texas. He is a former Professor of Art at Texas A&M University at Commerce and has taught art to students of all ages and at all levels.

He has exhibited his sculpture throughout Texas, and from Florida to New York, to Alaska to Hawaii. He is interested in the harmonics of expressive geometry and reductive structuralism, and his integration of techniques and materials with geometry, color, light, and reflection have resulted in novel configurations—with the intent that the viewer might experience the “dance” involved in the creative process.
#JAMESALLUMBAUGH
#MUSEUMOFGEOMETRICART
#MADIART
#GEOMETRICART
Foto: Marc M. Friedland

The Museum is mentioned as one of the best tours in Dallas!
09/03/2019

The Museum is mentioned as one of the best tours in Dallas!

Dallas has one of the most booming art scenes in the country, so it comes as no surprise that the city is home to the center of an entire artistic movement. The Museum Of Geometric And Madi Art is the one and only museum dedicated to MADI (Movement Abstraction Dimension Invention) art and is the focal point for this type of creation in the United States.

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#VisitDallas #DallasArtDistrict #DallasTours #DallasTravel #DallasTX #ThingsToDoInDallas #TexasTours #TexasTravel #MyDallas

Nikola Olic, "The Rhombus", 20 x 20, Color Photo Gelatin Print. Olic is a finalist of the Biennial: Origins in Geometric...
09/03/2019

Nikola Olic, "The Rhombus", 20 x 20, Color Photo Gelatin Print. Olic is a finalist of the Biennial: Origins in Geometric.
Nikola Olic is a photographer living and working in Dallas, Texas, focusing on architectural photography and abstract structural quotes that reimagine their subjects in playful, dimensionless and disorienting ways. His photography has appeared in various galleries, art events, museums, magazines, newspapers and, websites around the world.
#NIKOLAOLIC
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Foto: Marc M Friedland

Erdem Kucuk-Koroglu, Imgeo #2. Finalist of the  Biennial: Origins in Geometry.He was born in 1979, Istanbul. He is a bac...
09/02/2019

Erdem Kucuk-Koroglu, Imgeo #2. Finalist of the Biennial: Origins in Geometry.
He was born in 1979, Istanbul. He is a bachelor of science in mathematics graduate from Istanbul University. He studied art and painting at the 'Mehmet Güleryüz Studio' between the years 2000 and 2004. He became the member of UPSD, National Committee of ‘Association Internationale des Arts Plastiques’ (AIAP) in 2001. His paintings are both in private and museum collections, in Osten Drawings Museum (Skopje) and Davis Museum (Barcelona). He is living in İstanbul and working as a graphic designer.

About his works
He expresses his artworks as geometric abstract paintings. The influence of his master degree in mathematics has a big effect on his artworks. He composes his works using visual aesthetics and rhythms of calligraphy. His works consist of geometric forms dependent on mathematical ratios and he uses the Golden Ratio of proportions for geometric forms and compositions. Besides mathematics, he is influenced by Turkish and Japanese traditional calligraphy arts. Generally speaking, he emphasizes balance, rhythm, positive-negative space by composing geometric relations.

#ErdemKucukKoroglu
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Foto: Marc M.Friedland

Yumiko Kimura "Opened White Cube". Kimura is one of the 30 finalist of the Biennial: Origins of Geometry.She was born in...
09/01/2019

Yumiko Kimura "Opened White Cube". Kimura is one of the 30 finalist of the Biennial: Origins of Geometry.
She was born in Tokyo, Japan. She is an artist who lives and works in Paris, France. Kimura specializes in glass art. Her practice is concerned with the idea of transformation, in particular creating transparent forms based on the three main characteristics of glass: reflection, transmittance and refraction. Geometric shapes inspire her stunning glass structures.

Kimura graduated from the BUNKA Fashion Institute in Tokyo. In the summer of 1981, Kimura travelled to Italy, France and the United Kingdom on a study tour led by her art history professor. During the tour she visited Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence. There she experienced first-hand masterworks by Michelangelo Buonarroti, which influenced her on a deeply spiritual level and prompted her move to Turin in 1984 to study sculpture at the Albertina National Academy of Fine Arts. In Turin, Kimura was also able to fully immerse herself in Italian design. There she also learned product design with various design luminaries. Kimura lived in Turin for 10 years, and then moved back to Tokyo. On her return, she further developed her fascination with the transparency of glass and experimented with several glass techniques to find a contemporary expression.

Kimura’s passion for glass art encouraged her move to Paris in 1999. There she researched contemporary glass art in Europe, which prompted her decision in 2001 to work with float glass plate glued with ultraviolet light. In 2002, she combined LED light with her glass sculptures.

In 2005, Kimura met artist Carmelo Arden Quin, the founder of the International MADI Movement. This meeting was significant and solidified her artistic direction of combining geometric art with transparent glass forms. Kimura regularly exhibited her glass objects at Galerie ORION (Centre d'art géométrique MADI), which was managed by Arden Quin in Paris. She has participated in many group and solo exhibitions in France, Japan, Argentina, Hungary, Italy, the USA, Russia and China. Exchanges with artists from other countries stimulate her creativity. Her works are held in many private and public museum collections around the world.

Since 2007, she has regularly participated in the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles. In 2013, she completed a fusing internship with Perrin & Perrin, and then began creating her works in situ. This has allowed Kimura to expand the space of the transparent form.
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3109 Carlisle St
Dallas, TX
75204

Take the trolley from Downtown to McKinney and Bowen 2 blocks west to Carlisle and Bowen. We are on the southeast corner of Bowen and Carlisle.

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Located in Uptown Dallas, the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art (the MADI) is the only museum dedicated to MADI art and the primary point of focus for the MADI movement in the United States. Opening in 2003, the MADI has presented exhibitions of MADI art including MADI movement founder Carmelo Arden Quin, as well as works by contemporary artists working in geometric forms. Find out more about the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art at www.geometricmadimuseum.org, or call (214) 855-7802.

Opening Hours

Monday 11:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 11:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 17:00
Thursday 11:00 - 17:00
Friday 11:00 - 17:00
Saturday 11:00 - 17:00
Sunday 13:00 - 05:00

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Located in Uptown Dallas (3109 Carlisle St, Dallas, TX 75204), the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art (the MADI) is the only museum dedicated to MADI art and the primary point of focus for the MADI movement in the United States. Opening in 2003, the MADI has presented exhibitions of MADI art including MADI movement founder Carmelo Arden Quin, as well as works by contemporary artists working in geometric forms. Find out more about the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art at www.geometricmadimuseum.org, or call (214) 855-7802.


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Click on this Link to view 185 professional photographs of the 5th Biennial-Origins in Geometry created at the Opening Reception: https://www.facebook.com/MarcFriedlandPhoto/media_set?set=a.10219067753060656&type=3
Some pieces I’ve been making for my college sculpture class. They aren’t finished yet. They were fun to make.
Done with art markers a template and a ball point
IN THIS BOOK IS WRITE OF CARMELO ARDEN QUIN AND BOLIVAR GAUDIN !
2 variable interactive objects Move 18, Move 19 Forex/Acrylic 50 x 50 x 3 cm Ada Weber 2018
" geometric" digitalwork by franceben
What do you think Madi music would be like?
Congratulations as being named "BEST ART INSPIRATION" in the Dallas Observer
Acrilico sobre tela 61 x 61cms. 30 x 30"