Despite a tabloid scandal and a brief prison term in England for co-founder George Michael, on November 19, the new Goss-Michael Foundation will re-open at 1405 Turtle Creek Boulevard in the lower Oak Lawn area of Dallas. Housed in a former 12,000 sq. ft. industrial warehouse, the new space includes three galleries and is close to four times the size of the original location. Kenny Goss is interviewed about the tumultuous happenings by Alan Peppard in the Dallas Morning News.
also by Bill Davenport
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