Now that real estate developers have figured out that they should follow artists to follow the cool, artist studios and galleries keep having to move from the cool neighborhoods they helped to create. So PDNB is moving again, this time near the Dallas Contemporary on Glass Street.
As co-owner Missy Finger told the Dallas Observer, “There are a lot of positive things galleries bring into a neighborhood. They make it more prestigious, the rents go up, there’s development. This has happened in many different cities.” C’est la vie.
PDNB will open its first exhibition at the new location on Saturday, February 27 with a big group show.
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