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Concentrations 60

Concentrations 60

Lucie Stahl

Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas, USA 09/16/2016 – 03/12/2017

The Dallas Museum of Art presents Concentrations 60: Lucie Stahl, an immersive installation of new and loaned work by the Berlin-based artist. In the artist’s first US solo museum show, Stahl explores the intersection of nostalgia, patriotism, Americana, and surreality. The exhibition, which is on view September 16, 2016, through March 12, 2017, is part

Concentrations 60: Lucie Stahl, Dallas Museum of Art, September 2016, Courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art. Critic’s Pick, 2014. Inkjet print, aluminum, epoxy resin. Overall: 47.2 x 65.7 x 9 in. (120 x 167 x 2.5 cm). Courtesy of the artist and Freedman Fitzpatrick, © Lucie Stahl. Photo: Sven Laurent Identity, 2015. Inkjet print, aluminum,

Dallas Art Fair 2016 and Houston Roundup Dallas Art Fair 2016 and Houston Roundup

Dallas Art Fair 2016 and Houston Roundup

By Dorothée Dupuis Dallas, Texas 04/15/2016 – 04/17/2016

What’s the difference between prejudice and fantasy? Texas incarnates a big chunk of the American dream, notably in relation to a specific landscape, the one of the Wild West, with its reddish canyons and strategically designed myths of autochthon tribes fighting heroic cowboys whitewashed as straight and Caucasian. On this image is superimposed others of

Nick Vaughan y Jake Margolin en Devin Borden, Houston. Dallas Art Fair 2016. ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre el prejuicio y la fantasía? Texas encarna gran parte del sueño americano, notablemente en relación a un paisaje específico, el del Wild West, con sus valles rojos y sus mitos diseñados de tribus autóctonas peleando cowboys heroicos blanqueados. Sobre esta

The Main Feeling

The Main Feeling

Rebecca Warren

Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas, USA 03/13/2016 – 07/17/2016

This spring, the Dallas Museum of Art unveils a commissioned sculpture at its newly renovated north entrance by acclaimed British artist Rebecca Warren. Pas de Deux (Plaza Monument) is debuting to the public in April 2016 as part of the grand opening of the Museum’s Eagle Family Plaza, a new space for contemporary art and outdoor programming. To coincide

This spring, the Dallas Museum of Art unveils a commissioned sculpture at its newly renovated north entrance by acclaimed British artist Rebecca Warren. Pas de Deux (Plaza Monument) is debuting to the public in April 2016 as part of the grand opening of the Museum’s Eagle Family Plaza, a new space for contemporary art and outdoor programming. To coincide

As sweet as it gets

As sweet as it gets

Michaël Borremans

Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas, USA 03/15/2015 – 07/05/2015

The Dallas Museum of Art presents the U.S. premiere of the major traveling exhibition on the work of contemporary Belgian artist Michaël Borremans. Co-organized by the DMA and Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (BOZAR) and curated by Jeffrey Grove, Michaël Borremans: As sweet as it gets, on view March 15 through July 5, 2015, is

The Dallas Museum of Art presents the U.S. premiere of the major traveling exhibition on the work of contemporary Belgian artist Michaël Borremans. Co-organized by the DMA and Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (BOZAR) and curated by Jeffrey Grove, Michaël Borremans: As sweet as it gets, on view March 15 through July 5, 2015, is

Concentrations 57: Slavs and Tatars Concentrations 57: Slavs and Tatars

Concentrations 57: Slavs and Tatars

Slavs and Tatars

Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas, USA 07/18/2014 – 12/14/2014

Slavs and Tatars, founded in 2006, is an art collective whose installations, lecture-performances, sculptures and publications contemplate otherwise little-known affinities, syncretic ideas, belief systems and rituals among peoples of the Caucasus, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. Pursuing an unconventional research-based approach, the group identifies the “area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of

Slavs and Tatars, founded in 2006, is an art collective whose installations, lecture-performances, sculptures and publications contemplate otherwise little-known affinities, syncretic ideas, belief systems and rituals among peoples of the Caucasus, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. Pursuing an unconventional research-based approach, the group identifies the “area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of