TWO x TWO Announces Nicolas Party as Featured Artist for 2024
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Photography by Axel Dupeux Read the announcement in its entirety below:  TWO x TWO is pleased to announce Nicolas Party as the featured artist for 2024. Based in New York, Party studied at the Lausanne School of Art in Switzerland before receiving his MFA from Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. Born in Lausanne in 1980, Party is a figurative painter who has achieved critical admiration for his familiar yet unsettling landscapes, portraits, and still lifes that simultaneously celebrate and challenge conventions of representational painting. His works are primarily created in sof ..read more
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Andy Smith and Paul von Wupperfeld bring MOMENTUM to DMA’s Art Ball 2024.
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Andy Smith, Paul von Wupperfeld Art Ball 2024: Momentum, chaired by Andy Smith and Paul Wupperfeld, will build on the legacy of the Dallas Museum of Art while celebrating its dynamic present and exciting future. In addition to presenting diverse exhibitions, engaging viewers through educational and public programs, and caring for 25,000 objects, all proceeds from the Art Ball support the DMA’s mission to present world-class exhibitions, offer engaging experiences, and provide access to incredible works of art. On Saturday, April 13, Momentum will gather arts patrons for an evening of dinner, d ..read more
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Exploring the Tectonics of Value Systems Through Art
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2w ago
In the heart of Dallas, The Warehouse presents a groundbreaking exhibition titled For What It’s Worth: Value Systems in Art since 1960, a profound inquiry into the value systems that underpin our society and influence our everyday lives. This ambitious project assembles an impressive roster of 80 artists spanning various generations and geographies who delve into the complexities of value, power, and resistance that have come to the forefront in contemporary discourse; all to answer the question: How can we attempt to understand the value systems that surround us and guide our lives? The ..read more
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Stride Through History with Stuart Weitzman
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1M ago
The latest exhibition, Walk This Way, is set to captivate visitors by showcasing over 100 pairs of unique shoes, tracing nearly two centuries of fashion and social history. Hosted at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, this collection, curated from the wardrobes of high-fashion shoe designer Stuart Weitzman and businesswoman and philanthropist Jane Gershon Weitzman, offers a rare glimpse into the evolution of footwear. From the elegance of silk boudoir shoes created for the 1867 Paris Exposition to the unique leather spectator pumps autographed by the 1941 New York Yankees, the ..read more
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Celebrating Hip-Hop’s Legacy: The Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra Returns to Dallas
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Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra The African American Museum is set to feature the Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra of Houston in a concert that marks the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. Scheduled for this Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024, at 5 p.m., the performance will take place at The Black Academy of Arts and Letters’ Bruton Theater. This event represents the orchestra’s eighth appearance in Dallas, emphasizing hip-hop’s enduring impact on American culture. In a special highlight, the South Dallas Children’s Choir, affiliated with the African American Museum, Dallas, will present a series of ballads. The ..read more
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Dallas Symphony’s Musical Journey Through Time and Space
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Photography by Robert Kusel This February, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is set to captivate audiences with a lineup that journeys from the ethereal landscapes of Finland to the vibrant heart of Harlem. Under the baton of Donald Runnicles, the DSO will present an all-Sibelius program featuring violinist Alexi Kenney, from February 1-3. Later in the month, from February 16-18, Jeff Tyzik takes the helm to transport audiences to the swing era with Uptown Nights, a celebration of Harlem’s musical glory days. The Sibelius concert series, from Feb. 1-3, opens with En saga, a tone poem tha ..read more
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What’s coming up at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in 2024?
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Images (left to right): Kenneth Tam (b. 1982), Silent Spikes, 2021, two-channel video (20:29), commissioned by the Queens Museum with support from the Asian Art Circle of the Guggenheim Museum, Photo by Jason Madella; Kenneth Alexander (1887–1975), Karl Struss with His Cinematography Oscar for the Film Sunrise, ca. 1929, gelatin silver print, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, P1983.23.185; Richard Howard Hunt (1935–2023), Untitled [Hybrid Form], 1968, welded steel, courtesy Terry Dintenfass Inc., © Richard Hunt; Portrait of Jean Shin, Courtesy the artist and Philadelphia M ..read more
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Irina Rozovsky’s “Turn the Sun” and other impossibilities.
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Turn the Sun Installation Image In a new exhibition at Tureen, photographer Irina Rozovsky invites viewers into a world where the impossible becomes tangible. Titled Turn the Sun, the exhibition embarks on an artistic journey that defies and embraces the natural and sentimental forces simultaneously. At the heart of Rozovsky’s latest work is the Sisyphean challenge encapsulated in its title. Turn the Sun implies an audacious endeavor to control the uncontrollable, yet in its multilingual interpretations, it also signals an acceptance of the sun’s overwhelming power. This dichoto ..read more
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Dallas Art Scene Ignites with January Exhibitions 
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2M ago
Mary Vernon, The 36th Parallel, 2023, oil and acrylic on Yupo The Dallas art scene bursts into the new year with an array of exhibitions and events that promise to captivate art enthusiasts and casual observers alike. Ranging from individual retrospectives to group shows, the city’s galleries are offering a plethora of artistic expressions. Here’s a look at what’s unfolding across the city. On January 6, 2024, art lovers can embark on an artistic journey beginning with the opening reception for Sheryl Anaya’s A Table For Two (Absurd Appetites) at Cluley Projects from 6:00–8:00 pm. Co ..read more
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Fred Villanueva’s Artwork Illuminates Latino Cultural Center in Dallas
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Coatlicue/ Cuatro Direcciones, 1995 Acrylic and Ink on Unstretched Canvas 55 x 47 in.  Fred Villanueva, a pioneering Latino artist and co-founder of Ash Studios, unveils his mid-career retrospective, Las Trayectorias 93-23/ Trajectories 93-23, at the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas. This exhibition, open to the public at no cost, runs from January 27–March 1 and represents a significant milestone in Villanueva’s illustrious career. For three decades, Villanueva has been a beacon of inspiration and mentorship for hundreds of Latino artists in North Texas. His exhibition, Las Trayecto ..read more
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