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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
"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 […]
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 […]
The DMA presents Willie Doherty: Requisite Distance, an exhibition of works by one of the most important artists to emerge from Northern Ireland in the […]
"This special exhibition of approximately 80 contemporary works, including new acquisitions, promised gifts and important loans from the Dallas community and the Museum’s collections, highlights […]
If you care, and if you haven’t gotten enough of King Tut on the Discovery or History Channel, then the DMA has a show for […]
The 2008-2009 class of McDermott Interns presents the second intern-curated exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art, titled Life in Space: Staging Identity, featuring 34 […]
Check out this full-scale survey of Eliasson‘s work from 1993 to the present, including installations, large-scale immersive environments, freestanding sculpture, and photography. This is the […]
Lone Star Legacy II features work given to the DMA by Nona and Richard Barrett, and includes examples from the ’70s to the present by […]
This is the final venue on a three-city national tour that included the Williams College Museum of Art and the Yale University Art Gallery. This […]
This is conceptual Japanese artist Kawara’s first American museum exhibition in fifteen years!!
Kind of a hodgepodge of an exhibit, this show was curated by the museum’s 2007-2008 McDermott Curatorial Interns, and includes work from each of their […]
This is the largest, most comprehensive American retrospective of J. M. W. Turner’s work, including 140 works, many of which have never been seen in […]
The DMA will be the first venue to screen all three parts of the video installation the world won't listen by British artist Phil Collins […]
Organized by the San Diego Museum of Art. Looks nice. (Here's an NYT review from the show at MFA Boston).
Packed full of art, events, lectures, panel discussions, film screenings and much more! Check the website for more information on all this exhibit has to […]
Don't miss the other half at the Nasher across the street!
Featuring three electronic media artists: Max Kazemzadeh, Assistant Professor of Electronic Media, UNT, Paul Slocum, artist, musician, and owner-director of and/or gallery, Dean Terry, Assistant […]