Dallas Museum of Art
May 28 - September 3, 2017
An exhibition featuring more than 150 prints created by more than 100 American artists. To learn more about the show, please go here.
May 28 - September 3, 2017
An exhibition surveying "how America and its people have been represented in prints made by American and non-American artists between 1710 and 2010." The show features works by Paul Revere, James McNeill Whistler, Mary Cassatt, Winslow Homer, George Bellows, John Marin, Jackson Pollock, Louise Nevelson, Romare Bearden, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Chuck Close, Jenny Holzer, and Kara Walker, among others.
September 25 - 10, 2017
"Drawn from the DMA’s collection, Waxed: Batik from Java presents a selection of Javanese batik made in the West and Central regions, where the main batik production was centered during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Batik is a wax-resist process for dye-decorating cloth. In Indonesia, batik is especially associated with the island of Java."
Beginning with the early designs of Jules Chéret, the exhibition explores the earliest days of the affiche artistique (artistic poster) and its flowering in Paris,...Read More
Award-winning Canadian architect and the founder of “Ghost” Laboratory Brian Mackay-Lyons will speak at the DMA.
Use technology to explore the DMA and participate in new, experimental, and interactive programs. Text a work of art with your questions, listen to the...Read More
150 objects including painted codices, turquoise mosaics, gold, and textiles trace the development of an extensive trade network that spread across ancient Mexico, the American...Read More
Omer Fast’s 30-minute film, originally shown at the 2011 Venice Biennale, is based on interviews between Fast and a Predator Drone aerial vehicle operator now...Read More
In 1952, Leon Harris, Jr., the young vice president of the Harris and Company department store commissioned expatriate German dadaist Grosz to create a series...Read More
The inaugural David Dillon Symposium will honor Dillon’s prolific career as an architectural critic. The keynote speaker will be Pulitzer Prize-winner Paul Goldberger, the architecture...Read More
A wide-ranging exploration of American art from the decade between World War I and the Great Depression, organized by the Brooklyn Museum.
Enigmatic and evocative sculptural objects and tableaux by acclaimed Dutch artist Mark Manders, as his work makes its first major North American tour, co-organized by...Read More
DMA Asian art curator Dr. Anne Bromberg discusses works in the collection that illustrate how sexual pleasure and religious ecstasy were often united in ancient...Read More
Using video projection and three-dimensional sound that reacts to the viewers’ presence and movements, UT Dallas professor Frank Dufour, with his wife Kristin Lee Dufour,...Read More
This is the first exhibition devoted to Gaultier, one of the most important fashion designers in recent decades. The exhibition highlights Gaultier’s eclectic sources of...Read More
The DMA is the 4th stop of the first major survey of the Los Angeles–based Bradford, best known for his large-scale abstract paintings made from...Read More
What one wears on one’s head is both fashionable and meaningful: fifty traditional hats from the DMA’s collection of African art and local private collections...Read More
Elliot Caplan’s 1991 documentary about the decades-long partnership between composer John Cage and choreographer Merce Cunningham, exploring their collaboration and their work with Robert Rauschenberg,...Read More
Works from the DMA’s collection with loans from “important local collectors” about solitude, reflection, and time, based on John Cage’s famously silent 1952 composition 4’33”....Read More
Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement offers the first comprehensive examination of the life and work of Gustav Stickley, the recognized patriarch...Read More
The Dallas Museum of Art is mixing it up with its first exhibition of Native American works in twenty years. Art of the American Indians:...Read More
The Dallas Museum of Art continues it’s “project-based” series of exhibitions called Concentrations with two painters – Matt Connors and Fergus Feehily. They produce “complexly...Read More
In anticipation of Super Bowl XLV in February, 2011 at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, the Dallas Museum of Art premieres an exhibition in honor of...Read More
African Masks: The Art of Disguise consists of approximately fifty objects from the Museum’s collections and on loan from local collectors. The Dallas Museum of...Read More
As part of the Dallas Museum of Art’s celebration of the bicentennial of Mexico’s independence, the exhibition Tierra y Gente: Modern Mexican Works on Paper...Read More
The Mourners: Medieval Tomb Sculptures from the Court of Burgundy features forty sculptures from the tomb of John the Fearless (1371–1419), the second duke of...Read More
México 200 is the Museum-wide celebration of the bicentennial of Mexico’s Independence and the DMA presents the special exhibition- José Guadalupe Posada: The Birth of...Read More
The Dallas Museum of Arts presents the first U.S. retrospective of the work of Belgian artist Luc Tuymans! This comprehensive presentation of Tuyman’s work opened...Read More
Coastlines: Images of Land and Sea is curated by Heather MacDonald, The Lillian and James H. Clark Associate Curator of European Art, and showcases over...Read More
Jacob Lawrence explores the life of Toussaint L’Ouverture who was a leader in the Haitian revolution. This exhibition will present fifteen silkscreen prints from the...Read More
The Lens of Impressionism: Photography and Painting Along the Normandy Coast, 1850-1874 includes almost one hundred works including paintings, drawings, photographs and prints that focus...Read More
In celebration of the opening of Dallas’ new AT&T Performing Arts Center, the DMA presents the work of six international and American artists "who have...Read More
All the World’s a Stage: Celebrating Performance in the Visual Arts "showcases a fresh look at the Museum’s collections in an interactive installation to commemorate...Read More
"A protean artist, actor, and furniture-maker dedicated to the primacy of individual expression, Charles Rohlfs (1853–1936) called his unprecedented designs ‘artistic furniture.’ His unusually inventive...Read More
Organized by María de Corral, The Hoffman Family Adjunct Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the DMA, Private Universes: Media Works features works in a...Read More