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April 17, 2020

Dallas Art Fair Online a Preview Pick in Houston Chronicle

It’s not quite the same experience as jostling with other collectors in a bustling convention space, but art collectors missing the springtime rite of the Dallas Art Fair can view and purchase works by 82 dealers online through April 23. Look for Houston’s Bill Arning Exhibitions, Inman Gallery, McClain Gallery, Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art and Sicardi|Ayers|Bacino among the digital viewing rooms from around the world.

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April 16, 2020

Reed Anderson Named as Highlight from Dallas Art Fair Online

While the 12th edition of the Dallas Art Fair has been postponed until October 1 – 4, a new online platform launched this week, when the fair was originally scheduled to take place. Featuring 84 regional, national and international galleries, the online site, which runs through April 23, offers the opportunity to purchase works—with several pieces listed as sold or reserved on opening day—and encourages viewers to make curated selections to share on social media. Our curated picks range from recent paintings and drawings by Oli Epp at Carl Kostyál, Erik Parker at Library Street Collective and Aurel Schmidt at The Hole and striking sculptures by Tony Matelli at Marlborough, Jean-Michel Othoniel at Perrotin, and Joana Vasconcelos at Mimmo Scognamiglio/Placido to dynamic photo/collage/painting pieces by Reed Anderson at Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art, Paulina Olowska at Simon Lee Gallery and John Sparagana at Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino.

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April 15, 2020

NLFA in Architectural Digest

Dallas Art Fair Online launched on Tuesday, April 14, giving visitors the opportunity to explore and collect works from 84 participating galleries such as Kasmin, McClain Gallery, and Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art. The online edition, complete with virtual viewing rooms, runs through April 23. The original fair was scheduled to take place in the Dallas Arts District from April 11 to 14 but was postponed to October 1 to October 4, 2020, due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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April 14, 2020

Lyle Ashton Harris in Cultured Magazine

Lyle Ashton Harris’ photographs and videos take the seldom-explored back routes through the archive to question the deliberate stories we are told which produce canted versions of ourselves. Similarly, the third installment of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Trilogy of Life, Arabian Nights, is a sumptuous re-telling of  colonialism and power laden folktales, digested through a faithful interpretation of the present to get to the past.

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April 09, 2020

Petah Coyne virtual tour at the Chazen Museum of Art

While the museum is closed, we’ve asked our docents to take us on “virtual docent’s tours,” showing us digitally some of their favorite works.

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April 09, 2020

Margo Sawyer in Houston Chronicle

A driving and walking tour of Houston’s sculptures for our social-distancing age.

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April 08, 2020

Margo Sawyer Group Show as a Virtual Exhibition

Take a video highlights tour of the exhibition Texas Women: A New History of Abstract Art with San Antonio Museum of Art curators Suzanne Weaver and Lana Meador.

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April 08, 2020

Vera Iliatova reviewed in artcritical

In the small rectangular space of Monya Rowe Gallery, up on the 10th floor of a midtown building, Vera Iliatova’s solo show – titled “Nothing is True and Everything is Possible” – takes her viewer on a surreal, nostalgic walk reminiscent of 1980s school day walks in St Petersburg, Russia.

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April 07, 2020

Marc Dennis interviewed in Whitewall

Checking in: Marc Dennis repels doom by feeding hope and insects to his kids.

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April 05, 2020

Marc Dennis in Elevated Lifestyle Magazine

Marc Dennis is an American artist known for his hyper-realistic paintings that celebrate the subversive potential of beauty and identity and explore the charged subjects of love, loss and sensuality.

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April 01, 2020

Jackie Gendel in The New York Times

Peeping at the flaws and flourishes in others’ living spaces is one of the sustaining pleasures of 21st-century self-isolation.

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March 30, 2020

Arthur Pena in Artnet News

What kind of skills do artists bring to these extraordinary times? We can think of a few, from creative problem solving to the capacity for empathy. But there’s one that you may not even have thought of as a skill: artists are world-class experts on working alone.  As we try to feel our way through our own new stay-at-home routines, we reached out to a few artists to see what advice they had to offer, and how they were coping with working from home now. Here’s what they had to say.

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