Or, if you’re too full of turkey to watch another video, here’s the list in text form:
1. The Mary Baskett Collection of Japanese Fashion
Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas
October 22 – February 22, 2015
Postmodern wearables by Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto, and Rei Kawakubo.
2. Odd Brothers: Bruce Lee Webb, Andy Don Emmons, and Clay Stinnett
The Kessler Theater, Dallas
November 25 – January 1, 2015
Dripping eyeballs and other folky grotesqueries by Webb, Emmons and Stinnett, three colorful peas from the same odd pod.
3.Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art
McNay Art Museum, San Antonio
September 3 – January 4, 2015
70 paintings from the era when “avant-garde” and “plein-air” went together. See it now, else you’ll have to stop in San Francisco, Seattle, Rome or Tokyo!
4. Jules Marquis
And Now Gallery, Dallas
November 21- December 20
New York artists Colin Snapp and Daniel Turner, operating as a synthetic female conceptual artist Jules Marquis scatter little bits of metal and dirt in Cope’s hyperwhite cube. They also run an art farm in Virginia!
5a. Margarita Cabrera: Sewing Our Landscape
Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas
October 24 – December 13
14 soft cacti at Talley Dunn explore immigration, fair labor, craft traditions, and economic empowerment. Catch more of Cabrera’s work at Sewing the Line at El Centro College, and in:
5b. Contemporary Artist Series 2014: Margarita Cabrera
Museum of the Southwest, in Midland
November 21 – December 30, 2014
also by Glasstire
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