“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.
“We don’t owe anybody any money,” John Sughrue, real estate developer and chairman of the Dallas Art Fair, told the Dallas Morning News.
As galleries struggle to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, exhibitors learned the fair will not reimburse participants for the booth fees they have already paid.
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speechless: different by design is unrelenting in its demands that visitors interact with the exhibitions.
Using cubicle partitions obtained from the Texas Department of Education in Austin, Jessica Vaughn’s setup resembles a planned office airlifted from the 1980s.
After a summer rehaul, the museum has reopened its European art galleries with rarely seen works from the museum’s permanent collection, restored Old Master paintings and sculptures, and a collection of Impressionist and Modern masterworks.
A Philip Johnson-designed chapel in Dallas was vandalized after the pastor spoke on a local conservative talk show.
DALLAS — In a downstairs gallery the Nasher Sculpture Center, Mai-Thu Perret has created an enclave for her newest sculptural figures — a band of female militants, plus one dog.
When Dallas Cowboys fans turned up to their team’s new stadium for the 2009–10 pre-season, they were greeted with a collection of Texas-size, blue-chip contemporary art.
Newly released security camera footage of a crane collapsing on the Dallas Museum of Art is pure Hitchcock.
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.