Kiki Smith: <em>Mortal</em> at Dallas Contemporary
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Kiki Smith: Mortal at Dallas Contemporary

Mortal, an exhibition of work by Kiki Smith at the Dallas Contemporary, on view through…

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What is left of me: Ambreen Butt at Dallas Contemporary
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What is left of me: Ambreen Butt at Dallas Contemporary

Ambreen Butt’s decorative installations are beautiful on the surface however, upon closer inspection, the works…

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Art Out of Water:  Paola Pivi at Dallas Contemporary
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Art Out of Water: Paola Pivi at Dallas Contemporary

As museums today compete for social media attention, Dallas Contemporary currently finds itself pulling ahead…

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Review: ‘Chant (Song) by Claude Lévêque at the Dallas Contemporary
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Review: ‘Chant (Song) by Claude Lévêque at the Dallas Contemporary

CHANT (SONG) Dallas Contemporary Reviewed by Drew Davis On view through August 19, 2012. “Chant…

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Designing Women: Dallas Gallerists Shape the Design District’s Contemporary Art Scene
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Designing Women: Dallas Gallerists Shape the Design District’s Contemporary Art Scene

The art scene in Dallas has long been influenced by avant-garde women: From the The…

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Breaking Bread and Breaking Through: The CADD FUNd and Emergent Talent in Dallas
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Breaking Bread and Breaking Through: The CADD FUNd and Emergent Talent in Dallas

In February 2007, a group of 13 Dallas galleries came together to form Contemporary Art…

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From Stage to Screen: One of Dallas’ most original plays is becoming a homegrown movie.
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From Stage to Screen: One of Dallas’ most original plays is becoming a homegrown movie.

Ruben Carrazana has never made a movie before. Yet when he takes the stage at…

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Drawing on influences: Benito Huerta at William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Drawing on influences: Benito Huerta at William Campbell Contemporary Art

The latest one-man show from Arlington painter/professor/curator Benito Huerta is dominated by self-portraits.

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A-Typical Painting: Laura Owens at the Dallas Museum of Art
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A-Typical Painting: Laura Owens at the Dallas Museum of Art

Serendipity often plays a large role in life; it can in the art world, too.…

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Choreographer at the Helm: Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Bridget L. Moore Charts New Territory
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Choreographer at the Helm: Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Bridget L. Moore Charts New Territory

Bridget L. Moore can’t quite see her alma mater from the window of her Dallas…

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Fairy Tales & Fairies: Dark Circles Contemporary Dance’s Elevator Project Debut
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Fairy Tales & Fairies: Dark Circles Contemporary Dance’s Elevator Project Debut

In Heinrich Hoffmann’s 1845 children’s book Struwwelpeter, a little boy is warned by his mother…

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Glimpsed Through Liquid: Graham Caldwell at Circuit12 Contemporary
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Glimpsed Through Liquid: Graham Caldwell at Circuit12 Contemporary

Brooklyn-based artist Graham Caldwell’s exhibition Glimpsed Through Liquid, his first at Circuit12 Contemporary in Dallas’…

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Making Dallas a Global Dance City: A New Season at TITAS Presents
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Making Dallas a Global Dance City: A New Season at TITAS Presents

Dallas dance-lovers are proud that a dance-centric presenter like TITAS Presents exists in their city—and…

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Beauty in Slaughtered Bodies: Lionel Maunz at Austin Contemporary
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Beauty in Slaughtered Bodies: Lionel Maunz at Austin Contemporary

Exploring the aesthetics of self-destruction, Lionel Maunz uses cast iron, concrete, and steel to create…

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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 9th
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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 9th

The Dallas Art Fair in collaboration with Arts+Culture Texas magazine announces Student Sunday on April…

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Galerie Frank Elbaz and <em>Meandering Abstractly</em> in Dallas
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Galerie Frank Elbaz and Meandering Abstractly in Dallas

As a timely acknowledgment of how lively things are in the Dallas art scene, Parisian…

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The Great Outdoors: <em>Electra</em> at Dallas Theater Center
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The Great Outdoors: Electra at Dallas Theater Center

It’s the first day of rehearsals for Electra (April 4-May 2), and Dallas Theater Center…

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Painting the Town: The Dallas Art Fair Grows in Its Ninth Year
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Painting the Town: The Dallas Art Fair Grows in Its Ninth Year

Chris Byrne and his co-founder, John Sughrue didn’t expect the Dallas Art Fair to grow…

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We Own the Night:  An Evening of Arts + Culture in Dallas
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We Own the Night: An Evening of Arts + Culture in Dallas

Arts+Culture Texas and Meddlesome Moth present: We Own the Night Dallas, TX: We’re excited to…

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From Mexico (via Paris) with Love: A Franco-Mexican Collaboration Comes to Dallas
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From Mexico (via Paris) with Love: A Franco-Mexican Collaboration Comes to Dallas

Six months after Agustín Arteaga joined the Dallas Museum of Art as its new director,…

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Primed for Growth:  Is Dallas the Country’s Next Hub for New Plays?
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Primed for Growth: Is Dallas the Country’s Next Hub for New Plays?

What is theater that doesn’t reflect contemporary realities? What kind of life can theatrical storytelling…

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Housing the Drama: An Update on Dallas Theater Spaces
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Housing the Drama: An Update on Dallas Theater Spaces

Experimental plays and intimate dramas set in homes typically belong in black box theaters. The…

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Vice Palace Shuts Down in Dallas, Vice Palace Tapes Live On
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Vice Palace Shuts Down in Dallas, Vice Palace Tapes Live On

Arthur Peña’s roving venue, Vice Palace, will shut its hypothetical doors after four shows in…

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Collages of Consumption: Lucie Stahl at Dallas Museum of Art
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Collages of Consumption: Lucie Stahl at Dallas Museum of Art

Lucie Stahl, Critic’s Pick, 2014, Inkjet print, aluminum, epoxy resin. The next person you see…

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<em>Letters without an Address</em>:  K. Yoland Explores Dallas’ Hidden History
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Letters without an Address: K. Yoland Explores Dallas’ Hidden History

In the spring of 1921, the recently established Dallas chapter of the Ku Klux Klan…

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Classics & Connections: The Dallas Opera’s 2016/17 Season
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Classics & Connections: The Dallas Opera’s 2016/17 Season

The Dallas Opera's 60th season is back to basics, with three classics of the Western…

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Collaboration Defines Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s SOLUNA Festival
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Collaboration Defines Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s SOLUNA Festival

Collaboration happens in the arts, especially in the performing arts, whether the artists involved enjoy…

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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th
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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th

The Dallas Art Fair in collaboration with Arts+Culture Texas magazine announces Student Sunday on April…

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New Music in Dallas: Voices of Change Lives Up to its Name
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New Music in Dallas: Voices of Change Lives Up to its Name

Playing in the Dallas Symphony, Dallas Opera Orchestra and other ensembles offers plenty of fulfillment.…

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Music & Milestones: Dallas Bach Society’s Spring Season
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Music & Milestones: Dallas Bach Society’s Spring Season

Sure, J.S. Bach is the most revered composer of his time. But the society goes…

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Ancient Airs: New York Baroque Dance Company Performs with Dallas Bach Society and Ars Lyrica
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Ancient Airs: New York Baroque Dance Company Performs with Dallas Bach Society and Ars Lyrica

There are two opportunities in Texas to experience the wonder of Catherine Turocy's New York…

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Contemporary Photography in Texas
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Talent, Training, Festivals & More: Fueling Contemporary Dance in Texas
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Talent, Training, Festivals & More: Fueling Contemporary Dance in Texas

In Texas, as in most other regions, funds for contemporary dance are spread thinly, even…

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Dallas DanceFest Returns
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Dallas DanceFest Returns

The second Dallas DanceFest will again bring together 20 troupes and soloists for three days…

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Musings:  On Dallas, symphony orchestras and the future
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Musings: On Dallas, symphony orchestras and the future

Merging Music: Dallas Symphony’s Soluna Festival Takes Flight
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Merging Music: Dallas Symphony’s Soluna Festival Takes Flight

The Glory of the Game: Dallas Theater Center’s Colossal Addresses the Theater of Football
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The Glory of the Game: Dallas Theater Center’s Colossal Addresses the Theater of Football

When a mentor challenged Andrew Hinderaker to write "an unproduceable play," he sought inspiration from…

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UPFRONT > Cydonia Lands in Dallas
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UPFRONT > Cydonia Lands in Dallas

Hanh Ho, the young curator and gallerist behind Cydonia wants to put Dallas, but mostly…

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15 Signs that Contemporary Dance is Alive and Well in Texas
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Many Mini-Milestones for The Contemporary Austin
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Many Mini-Milestones for The Contemporary Austin

Reconfigured Museum’s First Months Yield Signs of Progress   IMAGE: Orly Genger, Conceptual rendering for…

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