Tag Archives: Dallas Contemporary

Gabriel Dawe's Plexus No. 4, made from Gütermann thread, wood, and nails was on view at the Dallas Contemporary in 2010.


Morning Links: Dallas Edition

Sixteen Romanesque Biblical manuscripts known together as as “The Idda Collection” will go on display, for sale, at the Les Enluminures Gallery in New York from April 9-May 2. Dated between 980-1240, the manuscripts are priced from $180,000 to $6.5m—the latter … Read More


Connectivity Problems: Loris Gréaud Gives Details (Sort of) About His Show In Dallas

The French artist Loris Gréaud doesn’t like spoilers. In line with past exhibitions, details for his January 2015 museum-wide takeover of Dallas Contemporary were scant prior to opening. A few weeks back, the artist said in a phone interview from … Read More

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FAILE Messes with Texas

The artist-duo’s new show at the Dallas Contemporary embraces the wild, adventurous spirit of the Lone Star State Read More


Salon Culture: Dzine Brings Nail Art to a New Level

Chicago artist Dzine elevates the custom craft of bedazzled nails, lowrider bicycles, and trophies to fine art Read More