With deep-set eyes and sealed lips, an ovular, narrow face is pervasive in James Gilbert’s work.
At the Dallas Museum of Art, visitors with red-green deficiencies can now check out a pair of color blindness alleviation lenses at no cost.
Calling Holley an “artist” only tells a bit part of a life whose epic origins begin in a muddy Alabama ditch.
21-year-old Brian Hernandez is accused of breaking into the museum by smashing a door with a steel chair.
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo’s deftly painted canvases are filled with earthy, convincing characters that even the most secular viewer will appreciate, if not relate to.
Art. Technology. Communication. Emergence. Culture. Blend until wonderful.
Medellín’s first museum retrospective is a thoughtful tribute to his lifelong pursuit of craft and sincere search for connection.
An exhibition presents groundbreaking discoveries about van Gogh’s painting process and materials thanks to a years-long conservation and research project.
Jean-Michel Basquiat painted the portrait in 1985, on the door of a Dallas apartment where he was staying.
“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.