Dallas Museum of Art
April 10 - December 6, 2015
An exhibition–part of the DMA's Concentration series–featuring videos by eight artists examining the changing understanding and representation of the self via digital technology and the Internet, with a different artist’s work on view each month. Featured artists include Ed Atkins, Trisha Baga, Antoine Catala, Aleksandra Domanović, Jon Rafman, Jacolby Satterwhite, Hito Steyerl, and Ryan Trecartin.
February 20 - August 2, 2015
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 his painting Marcia H Travels (recently acquired by the DMA), this show is the first public exhibition of these works since their debut at the Whitney in 1971.
February 8 - July 19, 2015
An exhibition of paintings, drawings, photographs, films, small-scale sculpture, installations, and ephemera spanning the careers of Japanese artists Kazuo Shiraga and Sadamasa Motonaga—many of which have never before been exhibited in the US.
February 8 - July 19, 2015
Works from the artists' 18-year engagement with the Gutai Art Association—the leading avant-garde group of postwar Japanese artists, along with to latter-day pieces created in the 1980s, 90s, and early 2000s. The DMA is now the official Gutai epicenter of the US!
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 […]
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 […]
An exhibition–part of the DMA’s Concentration series–featuring videos by eight artists examining the changing understanding and representation of the self via digital technology and the […]
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 […]
An exhibition bringing together 50 paintings, 40 drawings, and five films made by Belgian artist Michaël Borremans over the last fifteen years.
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 […]
An exhibition of paintings, drawings, photographs, films, small-scale sculpture, installations, and ephemera spanning the careers of Japanese artists Kazuo Shiraga and Sadamasa Motonaga—many of which […]
Works from the artists’ 18-year engagement with the Gutai Art Association—the leading avant-garde group of postwar Japanese artists, along with to latter-day pieces created in […]
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 […]
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 […]
Featuring Arthur Peña of WARE:WOLF: HAUS; Devon Nowlin of Homecoming Committee; and writer and SMU community engagement associate Darryl Ratcliff.
New work from the collective Slavs and Tatars, who focus on “the area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of China […]
The argument could be made that the DMA’s show of new acquisitions demonstrates an institution either on the bleeding edge, or wallowing in the misguided […]
Debora Hunter, Associate Professor of Photography at SMU discusses Never Enough, the show of new DMA acquisitions.
Despite the fact that the DMA is predictably flogging the Impressionist ballet dancers and still lifes in their press materials for this show, set your […]
Rare Modernist jewelry from Smith, an early and active supporter of black and gay civil rights. Organized by the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
A panel conversation about cultural investment in major cultural centers, part of the Association of Art Museum Directors‘ annual meeting in Dallas. Panelists will be: […]
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 […]
An exhibition focusing on and celebrating the dyer’s art from North and West Africa, including the countries of Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria, and […]
The first examination of five projects Smithson proposed throughout the state of Texas.
Hogue’s artist’s erosion works and supporting drawings for several of the paintings.
KERA’s Whittington will lead a discussion with DMA curator Gabriel Ritter and The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth curator Karnes on the art scene […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
In his first U.S. museum solo show, Dallas-based artist Stephen Lapthisophon investigates how language and mark-making are linked to the formation of self-identity. His installations […]
The DMA is participating in the 11th annual Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month, a celebration of visual awareness. During Friday’s Late Night, artists John Bramblitt […]
The DMA will premiere a traveling exhibition and the first comprehensive survey to be organized in the United States on the work of contemporary American […]
Artist Jim Hodges will join DMA curator Jeffrey Grove for a discussion his work and the DMA co-organize exhibition Jim Hodges: Give More Than You […]
Thumb In The Eye Wrestling Federation (TITEWF) is hosting a winner take all thumb wrestling championship. One, Two, Three, Four, I declare a thumb war!!!!
Boom Town, an exhibition organized by The Art Foundation for Available Spaces, describes the tangle of networks that shape Dallas’ current cultural climate. The exhibited […]
DallasSITES: Charting Contemporary Art, 1963 to Present is an exhibition highlighting the history of North Texas’s distinctive art scene. Looking back over fifty years, DallasSITES […]