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The Fairmont is Family to Resident Artist Pamela Nelson

Guest blogger Gail Sachson visits with the hotel’s latest artist in residence.

George Tobolowsky’s Sculpture: It’s a Guy Thing

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Guest blogger Gail Sachson checks in at an exhibition of the artist’s work at the Museum of Biblical Art.

A Mandala enCHANTS a Community

Guest blogger Gail Sachson meditates with the monks – and makes art – at the Crow Collection.

JR Asks Us To Face Up

Internationally renowned photographer JR has brought his “Inside Out” project to the Dallas Contemporary – have your poster-sized portrait join thousands of faces he’s put up worldwide.

The Nasher XChange Paints a Better Picture for Dallas

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Guest blogger Gail Sachson give thanks for what works in the Nasher Xchange have taught her.

The Nasher Installs Another Room With An Unexpected View

Guest blogger Gail Sachson on Alfredo Jaar’s piece, part of Nasher Xchange.

Jim Hodges’ Camouflage Doesn’t Cover Up

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There’s lots to say about Jim Hodges’ stunning exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art. Guest blogger Gail Sachson focuses on the camoflage. PLUS: The DMA;s Hodges video.

Performance Art: Expect The Unexpected

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Guest blogger Gail Sachson writes that performance art is on the rise locally, with several upcoming opportunities to take it in.

About that New Sculpture on the Katy Trail

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Guest Blogger Gail Sachson writes about a new piece of public art that commemorates a tragedy on the trail.

‘The Timekeepers’ is Timeless

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Guest blogger Gail Sachson writes that this story of survival at the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance resonates today.

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