Bivins Gallery, Dallas’ premiere art space located in the Crescent, is proud to announce Psychedelic Robot 2.0. In its first year, Psychedelic Robot captured the hearts, minds, and Instagram feeds of thousands of Dallas denizens. The pop-up returns on June 7th, following the gallery’s revered 1969: Get Back to Where You Once Belonged exhibit.
Psychedelic Robot 2.0 will allow people to experience art like never before, showcasing works from a strong contingency of talent. See the full list of artists participating in 2.0 here.
“We hope people are going to have fun, first and foremost,” says Michael Bivins. “We hope it will be informative, unpretentious, and inclusive, and are confident that 2.0 will be a social highlight for those who take part, near and far.”
The exhibit will also be bigger than the first Psychedelic Robot, with room for more involved activations. Visitors will follow an engaging and immersive pathway through artist’s carefully curated vignettes, resulting in a robust and one-of-kind experience unlike anything else offered in Dallas.
Buy your tickets for Psychedelic Robot 2.0 at psychedelicrobot.com. Stay tuned for updates and new content by following @psychedelicrobot on Instagram. Tickets start at $35, with discounts for military, seniors, and children.
About Bivins Gallery
Located on the ground floor of the iconic Crescent in Uptown Dallas, Bivins Gallery specializes in modern and post-war contemporary art. The shared vision of Karen and Michael Bivins, Bivins Gallery represents historically relevant artists, cutting-edge emerging talent, key secondary market works, and the estates of legacy artists. The gallery frequently has works on display by Mr. Brainwash, Robert Graham, Russell Young, David Datuna, Tom Holland, David Drebin, LeCash, Punk Me Tender, Jack Whitten, and more. For more information, visit www.bivinsgallery.com.