Art Dirt: The Best Art Exhibitions of the 2010s

by Glasstire December 22, 2019
Dali poetics of the small at the Meadows Museum

Dalí: Poetics of the Small,1929-1936 at the Meadows Museum in Dallas

Brandon Zech and Christina Rees discuss their favorite Texas art exhibitions of the past decade.

“I was really shaken by this show. Even talking about it is taking me back to that place.”

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