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New Art To Know This Week: Nicole Eisenman’s Solo Texas Debut, Scenes From Art Fair

See what Dallas did with whole days full of new work by artists from around the globe.
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Critically acclaimed Brooklyn artist Nicole Eisenman made a site-specific installation for a private Dallas residence as part of a new curatorial project called Night Only, founded by Dallas artist Arthur Peña. This yellow debris, made of paper, could be found in corners of the venue Friday. Lyndsay Knecht

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