We love dogs. You probably love dogs. But you may not realize just how many dogs have shown up in fine art over the past century. From Warhol to O'Keefe, Boafo to Fratino, the dog as a subject in painting, photography and sculpture is a permanent fixture in the arts. In this vein, the Green Family Art Foundation is pleased to present Some Dogs Go to Dallas opening on February 10, 2024, and remaining on view until May 12, 2024.

Some Dogs Go to Dallas presents a selection of artworks from the collection of Pamela and David Hornik. Ardent dog lovers, the Horniks have a penchant for acquiring pieces depicting dogs that span across many eras, locations, and techniques throughout the art historical canon. The diversity of this collection underscores the universality of human connection with animals and the profoundly enduring love that those bonds create.

Artists in Some Dogs Go to Dallas include:

Annan Affotey, Cay Bahnmiller, Sophie Barber, Margot Bergman, Amoako Boafo, Marcus Brutu,s Jordan Casteel, Chiachio & Giannone, Richie Culver, Carlo D'Anselmi, Bernadette Despujols, Dave Eggers, Sesse Elangwe, Maggie Ellis, Amir H. Fallah, Katja Farin, Louis Fratino, Georgina Gratrix, Ken Gun Min, Ania Hobson, Oscar yi Hou, Peter Hujar, Susumu Kamijo, Ametefe Kukubor, Timothy Lai, Robert Mapplethorpe, Lilian Martinez, Pachi Muruchu, Suchitra Mattai, Shona McAndrew, Gisela McDaniel, Arcmanoro Niles, Gordon Parks, Raymond Pettibon, Elizabeth Peyton, Liliana Porter, Jiab Prachakul, Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe, Denise Rudolf Frank, David Shrigley, Alec Soth, Jake Troyli, Cornelius Volker, Andy Warhol and Todd Webb

All images Courtesy the Hornik Collection and the Green Family Art Foundation