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CADD x Maddrey PLLC Artist Prize

CADD x Maddrey PLLC Artist Prize

Inaugural CADD x Maddrey PLLC Artist Prize announced for Black artists Living or Working in Dallas

September 2020

University of Texas at Arlington

University of Texas at Arlington

The Gallery at UTA Presents Jill Bedgood and Celia Eberle / Bridges Exhibitions

January 2020

The Gallery at UTA presents two exhibitions, featuring CWFA artists Celia Eberle and Sherry Owens.

Houston Chronicle

Houston Chronicle

Sculpture Month Houston gets trippy with “Outta Space”

November 2019

Patrick Turk's Shapeshifter was among the highlights of Outta Space 2019, this year's Sculpture Month Houston show at SITE Gallery in the Silos at Sawyer Yards.

Glasstire

Glasstire

Top Five: November 7, 2019

November 2019

Steven Charles' solo exhibition, Sewn to the Sky, makes Glasstire's Top Five 

Paper City

Paper City

Dallas Art Fair Brings Texas and the World Together — the Ultimate Guide to the Art Bonanza

April 2019

How Texas' First Art Fair Grew Up and Stayed True to its Hometown.

D Magazine

D Magazine

Learn Your Galleries: Where To Buy Art in Dallas

February 2019

A rundown of the city's best places to buy art for every style and budget.

Culture Map - Dallas

Culture Map - Dallas

Artistic thrills abound in Dallas-Fort Worth galleries in October

October 2017

Kustom Kulture (the art, vehicles, and fashion inspired by candy-colored hot rods) is at the heart of the incredible, inflated sculptures by William Cannings at Cris Worley Fine Arts this month.

A+C

A+C

Designing Women: Dallas Gallerists Shape The Design Districts's Contemporary Art Scene

September 2017

The art scene in Dallas has long been influenced by avant-garde women: From the The Betty McLean Gallery, which opened in 1951 as one of the first modern art galleries in Texas, to Valley House Gallery, founded by Peggy and Donald Vogel, to the visionaries of today who show no signs of slowing down.

Hyperallergic

Hyperallergic

At the 2017 Dallas Art Fair, Big Ambitions and the Big Mo

April 2017

Mayor Mike Rawlings recently announced that the city’s annual Dallas Arts Week would become Dallas Arts Month, starting on April 1. Its centerpiece, the Dallas Art Fair, now in its ninth edition, has become a symbol of the local arts scene’s impressive growth and increasing momentum.

Culture Map - Dallas

Culture Map - Dallas

5 April exhibits that prove Dallas' status as an arts destination

March 2017

​When the Art Fair is imminent, the energy is in the air. Every gallerist in town saves space for a heavy-hitter show. And once the out-of-towners leave, the electricity remains, at least in the form of a young gun’s next chapter and the debut of a new Oak Cliff space with an open-door artistic policy. 

A+C

A+C

PAINTING THE TOWN: THE DALLAS ART FAIR GROWS IN ITS NINTH YEAR

MARCH 2017

“[The Dallas Art Fair] is an incredible way to reach out to the community at large because there are a lot of people in Dallas interested in contemporary art, but they don’t necessarily make gallery going part of their routine,” Worley says. “They get to see Dallas galleries by comparison to galleries from other countries, from other cities of the country, and I think that they find that they are quite pleased with what they have in their own backyard.”

D Magazine

D Magazine

North Texas Work Spaces That Will Give You Office Envy

February 2017

Workplace design has never been so important. If you need proof, look at retention, recruitment, and productivity at companies that did their offices right.

Paper City

Paper City

Artful Weekend: Going Down to the Levee

January 2015

Dallas Power Dealers’ Dual New Spaces

Culture Map - Dallas

Culture Map - Dallas

The 10 best contemporary art galleries in Dallas

March 2013

It was a challenge to narrow down the 10 best contemporary art galleries for our Best of Everything series, but we chose established galleries that have helped solidify the city’s contemporary culture, as well as newer spaces by gallerists who draw the universal respect and support of their peers.

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