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July 10, 2020

PaperCity Reviews Culture Place

Dateline Dallas. The art market is about to get far more interesting — with a proven Texas entity boldly entering the lucrative world of art commerce. The revelation came in with an email touting a venture launched by one of the most respected, and successful, boutique art fairs in America. That would be the Dallas Art Fair, now in its 12th year, a Texas-founded and Texas-headquartered fair that every spring stands at the epicenter of Dallas Arts Month, crafting a scene spun around its hub at Fashion Industry Gallery, steps from the Dallas Arts District.

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July 09, 2020

NLFA Joins Online Marketplace Culture Place

The Dallas Art Fair scored such a surprising amount of success with its virtual edition this past spring that event organizers are now launching a permanent digital platform. Today, the company behind the Dallas Art Fair launched Culture Place, a year-round online marketplace with an emphasis on regional dealers.

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July 08, 2020

Enrique Martinez Celaya in Group Show at Anderson Ranch

All new for Summer 2020 and installed through September of 2021, 17 sculptures by local, national and internationally-acclaimed artists are installed outdoors around the Anderson Ranch campus near Aspen, Colorado.

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July 03, 2020

80 Artists, including Cruz Ortiz, Sent Sky Messages Over U.S. Detention Centers

A group of 80 artists from around the country, led by rafa esparza and Cassils, teamed up to produce sky-typed messages that appeared over immigrant detention camps around the United States, as well as other sites related to immigration, internment and incarceration.

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July 03, 2020

Vera Iliatova in Group Show at Inman Gallery

Inman Gallery is pleased to present Animal Crossing, an online exhibition of paintings and sculpture organized by Dana Frankfort and Jackie Gendel.  The exhibition will be online July 3 – August 29.  Click on images for more information. Artists in the exhibition are: Bill Adams, Sachiko Akiyama, Helen Altman, Polly Apfelbaum, Debra Barrera, Hannah Barrett, Richard Bosman, Natasha Bowdoin, Bridget Caramagna, Jennifer Coates, Jillian Conrad, Holly Coulis, Gilad Efrat, Jonathan Ehrenberg, Andre Ethier, Matthew F. Fisher, Kevin Ford, Walton Ford, Francesca Fuchs, Chie Fueki, Peter Gallo, Mark Thomas Gibson, Glenn Goldberg, Suzy Gonzalez, Karen Heagle, Fox Hysen, Vera Iliatova, Breehan James, Jules Buck Jones, Marina Kappos, Anna Mayer, Sarah McEneaney, David McGee, Melissa Miller, Jiha Moon, Katrina Moorhead, Kristin Musgnug, Alexis Pye, Alan Reid, Adrianne Rubenstein, Zoe Pettijohn Schade, Judd Schiffman, Beth Secor, Duane Slick, Kyle Staver, Lanecia Rouse Tinsley, Jemima Wyman.

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July 02, 2020

Cruz Ortiz in Art Action and Caravan to ICE Detention Center

On Friday, June 26, 2020 a federal judge in Los Angeles ordered the release of all migrant children from ICE’s three family detention centers . There are currently eleven children and parents who have tested positive for Covid-19 at the Karnes Family Detention Center in Karnes City, TX. The full order requires the Department of Homeland Security to release children in detention by July 17th if they have been held in ICE family detention centers for more than 20 days. The order states what we already know: that ICE CAN release parents with their children immediately. We cannot wait until July 17th for ICE to release all adults and children. The order also states that ICE is required to report their progress on July 8th which opens the door for ICE to finalize a formal plan for family separation. This deadline is NOT an excuse to release children separately from their parents.

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June 26, 2020

Kysa Johnson in The Binder of Women Exhibition

The Binder of Women is proud to present, The World is Never Still, featuring work by 12 of their 15 members. The Binder was founded in 2017 by Hilary Pecis with the goal of empowering women artists. They hope this will be the first of many online shows in service of their mission.

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June 25, 2020

Reed Anderson in CAMH’s Art Auction

Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art is pleased to announce NLFA artist Reed Anderson’s participation in this year’s Annual Art Auction hosted by the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Every year, a curated selection of artists and their galleries are asked to donate work for the benefit of CAMH’s exhibitions and educational programming.

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June 25, 2020

Scooter LaForge on Cool Hunting’s Live Instagram

On COOL HUNTING’s Instagram Live tomorrow (26 June) from 2PM to 4PM, filmmaker and art advisor Jaé Joseph will host eight 15-minute conversations with artists and creatives, as they paint pride/protest posters. Viewers are invited to paint-a-long and participate in the accompanying fundraiser for The Center—NYC’s acclaimed Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center. A link will be pinned to the live event, allowing viewers to chip in along the way.

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June 19, 2020

Lyle Ashton Harris in The Art Newspaper

Shortly before lockdown measures were implemented in mid March due to the coronavirus pandemic, the New York-based artist Lyle Ashton Harris retreated to his home upstate to “de-escalate and take some time to gestate” the current happenings in the world, he says. De-escalation, however, went by the wayside when widespread protests against police brutality broke out across the US.

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June 17, 2020

Live Artist Conversation with Margo Sawyer

Public Art UHS presents On Site x Off Site, a series of live conversations with artists from our collection. This event on June 23, 2020 at 5pm CST features Margo Sawyer & Jacob Hashimoto. A moderated discussion by Maria C. Gaztambide, PhD, director and chief curator, covering topics around their commissions at University of Houston-Victoria (Sawyer) and University of Houston-Downtown (Hashimoto), public art in general, and their respective studio practices.

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June 06, 2020

Lyle Ashton Harris in Conversation with The Brooklyn Rail

Rarely does one enjoy the pleasure of being in the company of legendary people. Lyle Ashton Harris is one such person. His work has pushed boundaries and opened zones of creative agency for a generation of young artists. As a gay man he has experienced the deep traumas of losing friends and lovers to AIDS, and has brought that sadness and awareness of the human condition into his work in a way that communicates across many spectrums. What follows is an edited version of our conversation, #30 in an ongoing series that is part of the Rail’s New Social Environment, a daily lunchtime broadcast in the time of COVID-19.

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