Today in the roundup: A DIFF rising star, a Dallas Art Fair preview and Horton Foote Fest reviews.
Posts Tagged 'Dallas Art Fair'
Coming up is a HUGE week for contemporary art in North Texas: The Dallas Contemporary opens three shows, the Nasher Sculpture Center opens a new one, the Goss-Michael Foundation, etc. – and they’re all tied to the Dallas Art Fair. Art&Seek on Think TV talks with the Contemporary’s Peter Doroshenko on his shows, the function of art fairs and what a collective of young French artists is up to in South Texas.
Get your arts day started this morning with items about a room filled with balloons, ‘wonder-filled’ windows in downtown Dallas, some carnage and a showdown.
Politics, politics, politics…with a little window dressing. Thank goodness it’s Friday!
For three days in April — if you have the right pass — you’ll be able to see exhibitions at the Fashion Industry Gallery on Ross, the Nasher in the Arts District and both the Dallas Contemporary and the Goss-Michael in the Design District. It’s the third annual Dallas Art Fair.
The Dallas Art Fair sends word this morning that we should block off April 8-10, 2011 on our calendars for next year’s event.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re looking at – and maybe buying – some art.
The Dallas Art Fair, the satellite Arts in the District, at least 11 other opening receptions at galleries around town — it’s a pretty serious weekend for visual arts lovers. Don’t overlook the free opening ceremonies at Dallas Contemporary Saturday night. (You may recall that the Contemporary was scheduled to open in January, but there [...]
It would seem like a no-brainer that if the Dallas Art Fair is coming back to town with its 50-plus national galleries and drawing in more than 5,000 art-loving visitors, then it might be a good idea to set up an art fair across the street.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson owns Ask Me About Art, offering lectures, tours and program planning. She is Vice-Chair of the Cultural Affairs Commission and a member of the Public Art Committee. Bring lots of quarters to the Dallas Art Fair. No, not for the art – that will cost you a whole lot more. The [...]