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Visual Arts

Unprecedented Richard Prince Dallas Exhibition Will Make You Balk at Your Own Reflection

The Karpidas Collection opens its singular archive of appropriation-forward works by the notorious artist.
By Christopher Mosley
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Visual Arts

See These Art Exhibitions Before They Close in January

There are six must-see art shows in Dallas and Fort Worth. Make time for them.
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Visual Arts

Reflecting on the Texas Vignette Art Fair, Which Took Over Market Hall Last Month

The state’s largest women’s art fair moved to a larger setting this year, its first since the pandemic.
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Visual Arts

Meet the Local Artist Who’s Selling Her Vibrant Abstract Canvases at Target

British Virgin Islands native Roma Osowo uses her art to evoke joy and faith through color.
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Legendary Graffiti Artist Ron English Comes Home to Deep Ellum With a New Mural

A nearly 1,800-square foot mural marks a homecoming for the Dallas artist who found global fame—and mentored Kaws—after moving to New York.
By Lauren Smart

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Arts & Entertainment

The 10 Must-See Dallas Art Shows This Fall

A retrospective of works by the late painter Matthew Wong leads a strong slate of fall openings at Dallas art galleries.
By Lauren Smart
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Visual Arts

Trinity River Runs Through New Exhibition

D Magazine contributor Laray Polk loaded 600 pounds of rocks into an SMU gallery.
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How the Dallas Art World Tried to Bury Its #MeToo Moment

Gavin Delahunty was a brash curator on the rise when the Dallas Museum of Art hired him. Three years later, he left his high-profile job amid allegations of inappropriate behavior with employees and wives of board members. So why do some of the city’s most powerful art patrons still want to work with him?
By Lauren Smart
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Visual Arts

McDonald’s Asks Artist Dora Reynosa to Highlight Her Community Through Ritmo y Color

The muralist beams with pride in her Mexican roots through a partnership with McDonald’s that elevates urban Latinx voices.
By Desiree Gutierrez
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Visual Arts

Here Are the 2022 Juanita J. Craft Artist Residency Recipients

Camika Spencer, Ebony Lewis, Jessica Bell, and Linda Jones were selected for the artist residency at the South Dallas Cultural Center.