Dallas Museum of Art

Dallas Museum of Art

http://dallasmuseumofart.org/

(214) 922-1803

1717 North Harwood

Dallas, TX 75201

CURRENT

Vermeer Suite: Music in 17th-Century Dutch Painting

Dallas Museum of Art

January 17 - August 21, 2016

An exhibition inspired by Young Woman Seated at a Virginal, a Vermeer painting from 1670–72. This show includes this painting by Vermeer as well as paintings by his contemporaries, including Jan Steen, Gerard ter Borch, Jacob Adriaensz Ochtervelt, Eglon van der Neer, Gerard Dou, and Frans van Mieris.

Arts & Letters Live

Dallas Museum of Art

January 11 - June 24, 2016

A literary and performing arts series hosted by the museum. For more info, go here.

Spirit and Matter: Masterpieces from the Keir Collection of Islamic Art

Dallas Museum of Art

September 18 - July 31, 2016

An exhibition of over fifty works from the Keir Collection of Islamic Art. This is the first time these works have been exhibited in North America.



PAST

Mirror Stage: Panel Discussion

A panel discussion featuring artists Ed Atkins and Jacolby Satterwhite, both of whom are featured in the exhibition Concentrations 59: Mirror Stage—Visualizing the Self After the Internet.

International Pop

An exhibition that chronicles the globalization of the 1960s and 70s Pop art movement. Highlighted in this exhibition is Pop art’s connection to movements in...

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Inca: Conquests of the Andes

An exhibition exploring the effects of state expansion and imperial conquest on Andean visual arts, with more than 100 artworks and textile objects from the...

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Kevin Beasley: Black Rocker

The debut of a new work by New York-based artist Kevin Beasley–a sound performance piece with interactive sculptural components including the rocking chair referred to...

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Ei Arakawa: Jiro, Digital Painting

The premiere of a newly commissioned musical by New York–based performance artist Ei Arakawa, together with writer Dan Poston and composer David Zuckerman, inspired by...

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Michaël Borremans: As Sweet As It Gets

An exhibition bringing together 50 paintings, 40 drawings, and five films made by Belgian artist Michaël Borremans over the last fifteen years.

Frank Bowling: Map Paintings

An exhibition of select works from painter Frank Bowling’s “Map Paintings” series in which he used world maps as organizational tools to explore color. Including...

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360 Speaker Series: Sarah Thornton

The Nasher and the DMA present a conversation with author Sarah Thornton. Thornton wrote Seven Days in the Art World, an international bestseller, and her...

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Isa Genzken: Retrospective

Big traveling show installed in the barrel vault and quadrant galleries; it’s the first American retrospective, covering nearly four decades, of this influential German artist’s...

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State of the Arts Panel Discussion

Featuring Arthur Peña of WARE:WOLF: HAUS; Devon Nowlin of Homecoming Committee; and writer and SMU community engagement associate Darryl Ratcliff.

Takashi Murakami: Jellyfish Eyes

Murakami’s first live-action feature film will begin its nine-stop screening tour at the Dallas Museum of Art. The DMA is also one of few venues...

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Robert Smithson in Texas

The first examination of five projects Smithson proposed throughout the state of Texas.  

Untitled: Jim Hodges

A film made by Hodges in collaboration with Encke King and Carlos Marques da Cruz, Untitled begins with a reflection on the early AIDS epidemic....

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Arts & Letters Live: Open House

The DMA invites the public to purchase tickets and learn more about the six month Arts & Letters Live season during an open house from noon...

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Frank Mosley: Two Story

Mosley will premiere his latest video installation in the c3 Gallery as part of their Late Night Art Bytes Series. It’s the second in his quartet...

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1 Response

  1. This exhibit was a cursory abbreviated exhibition more about geography than the important players producing art during the period. There should have been more representative artworks by the trendmakers.
    But once again, Dallas politics gets in the way of telling the history as it was in the past.

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