Ticket Giveaway: Win a Pair of 3-day Passes to the Dallas Art Fair

Okay art-lovers—this one’s for you.

The fourth annual Dallas Art Fair is April 13-15. During the span of those three days, more than 75 prominent national and international art dealers representing painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, video and installation will be featured. And you’re going to be there (for free).

We’ve got a pair of three-day passes to the fair that will give you access to all Dallas Art Fair programming, including panel discussions and the opportunity to join a private tour led by a collector.

In case you’re curious, here’s a sampling of the schedule (click here for a more complete listing):

Friday, April 13:

Where Commerce Meets Culture
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Beck Imaginarium, 1807 Ross Avenue, 5th Floor, Dallas, 75201
U.S. Trust Senior Art Credit Executive John Arena and Dallas Art Fair co-founder John
Sughrue lead an intimate discussion about the passion and practice of art collecting.

Saturday, April 14:

Demonstration with Master Printer Justin Israels of Pace Prints and Artist John Alexander
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, 75201
Mono-prints created during the demonstration will be for sale, and a portion of proceeds
will benefit Greenhill School.

Sunday, April 15:

Panel Discussion – Dallas Galleries Off the Wall: Tales from the Back Room
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, 75201
Panelists include Talley Dunn, Talley Dunn Gallery; Cris Worley, Cris Worley Fine Arts; Cheryl
Vogel, Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden; and Missy Finger, PDNB Gallery. The
four Dallas gallerists will share their unique perspectives on running a gallery and trends in
the contemporary art world.

Sophistication, a high taste-level, and extensive knowledge of artists past and present are all prerequisites for winning today’s giveaway. Okay, not really. All you have to do is “like” us on Facebook, fill out the form below, and tell us: If you had to limit your personal collection to the work of just one artist, which would you choose?

We’ll pick a winner at 3:00 pm.

Fill out my online form.



  • thisbe grace

    I really love the work of Helen Levitt.

    She took her pictures in NYC streets during the 1940’s and they were just pictures of people and things in ordinary circumstances. Her work is similar to Diane Arbus but I like the feeling of her work a little better. She did not have relationships with her subjects like Arbus did.

    “During the early 1940’s Helen Levitt made many photographs on the streets of New York. Her photographs were not intended to tell a story or document a social thesis; she worked in poor neighborhoods because there were people there, and a street life that was richly sociable and visually interesting.”