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Isa Genzken: Retrospective

Dallas Museum of Art

September 14 - January 4, 2015

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 varied work. The DMA is its last stop after stints at MoMA in NY and MCA Chicago.


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 […]

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.

Concentrations 57: Slavs and Tatars

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 […]

Cities & Cultural Investment: A Snapshot

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: […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take

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 […]

Jim Hodges and Jeffrey Grove: Discussion

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 […]

Travel + Technology in Performance Art

Apophenia Underground announces Travel + Technology in Performance Art, third in a series of panels of performance art featuring panelists Apophenia Underground, Rachel Cook, Anthony […]

Boom Town

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 […]

No Name

TheDallas Museum of Art presents the performance No Name and the subsequent PSWxEdu, a four-week performance art education series from July 25 – August 15, […]

Good/Bad Art Collective: Fashionably Late

Performance? Drunken party? Excellent art? If our memory of Denton in the 90’s is accurate Good/Bad Art Collective’s tardy return to the Dallas–Fort Worth area […]

Meaningful Moments

A behind-the-scenes tour with Reagan Duplisea, Associate Registrar-Exhibitions, DMA. This program is designed specifically for individuals with early stage dementia and their family members or […]

Cindy Sherman

A nationally touring survey of the influential artist, known for photographing herself in a range of guises and personas that are by turns amusing and […]

Chagall: Beyond Color

Co-organized by the DMA and Musée La Piscine de Roubaix, the exhibition showcases little-known works including ceramics, collages, sculpture, and performance by the famous painter. […]

Karla Black: Concentrations 55

Transforming light, fragile, often impermanent materials into powerful sculptures of commanding scale and presence.


Artists old and new with one thing in common, drawn from the DMA’s collection. Curator Jeffrey Grove poses the question, “What’s the difference, and does […]