Calling Holley an “artist” only tells a bit part of a life whose epic origins begin in a muddy Alabama ditch.
“We need to keep reassessing where we get our data from to understand how the narrative is shaped. And how it shapes us,” says Jackson.
Using cubicle partitions obtained from the Texas Department of Education in Austin, Jessica Vaughn’s setup resembles a planned office airlifted from the 1980s.
DALLAS, Tex. — In 2007, Italian artist Paola Pivi brazenly preempted her audience’s response to a work by titling it, “If you like it, thank you. If you don’t like it, I am sorry. Enjoy anyway.”
DALLAS — While heterogeneous in form, cultural reference, and concept, the four exhibitions at the center of the Dallas Contemporary 2015 season openers stand together seamlessly.
On January 17 a group of performers hired by a French artist smashed nearly half of the artworks in his new exhibition, then this happened.