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Your Weekend Plans: Dallas Art Fair 2017

Art Month has descended upon Dallas, and the main event is fast approaching. The 2017 Dallas Art Fair brings several exciting additions to its exhibitor list including world-renowned galleries Gagosian Gallery, Lehmann Maupin, Simon Lee Gallery, Skarstedt Gallery, and Shane Campbell Gallery. This installment will reveal over 90 galleries from 16 different countries. More than 30 of these participants are new to the fair, with 70% returning. This is the perfect opportunity to view a wide variety of works from galleries all over the world, and with tickets starting at just $20, how can you resist? I'll be at the early preview on Thursday, scoping out the must-see works before the fair opens to the public on Friday.

"The diversification and growth of our roster is a testament to the strength of the City's burgeoning collector community," says Dallas Art Fair Co-Founder, John Sughrue. "This year's lineup is our strongest and most international to date."

Proceeds from ticket sales to the Dallas Art Fair’s Opening Gala will be donated to the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Contemporary and the Nasher Sculpture Center.

“We look forward to collaborating with our major institutions to present our patrons and visitors with an incredible series of arts programming throughout the week of the Fair," says Sughrue.

In addition, the fair will feature the second year of its Dallas Art Fair Foundation Acquisition Program in collaboration with the Dallas Museum of Art, with funding doubling to $100,000. Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Gavin Delahunty will select works directly from participating galleries to be purchased for the Dallas Museum of Art's permanent collection. The Fair week will return with a sharp succession of arts events: the Dallas Contemporary will open exhibitions featuring Pia Camil, Ambreen Butt and Keer Tanchak; the Nasher Sculpture Center will honor Pierre Huyghe, on view at the Dallas Museum of Art will be México 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde; Annabelle Selldorf will speak at the Dallas Museum of Art; Steven Parrino’s work will be on view at the Power Station; and the Goss-Michael Foundation will feature a solo presentation Billy Childish.

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

Full exhibitor list:

10 Hanover (London)

Albertz Benda (New York)

Allan Stone Projects (New York)

Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe (New York)

Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles)

AND NOW (Dallas)

Anthony Meier Fine Arts (San Francisco)

Barry Whistler Gallery (Dallas)

Beatriz Esguerra Art (Bogotá)

Bortolami Gallery (New York)

CANADA (New York)

Carbon 12 (Dubai)

Carl Freedman Gallery (London)

Carrie Secrist Gallery (Chicago)

Cernuda Arte (Coral Gables)

Cherry and Martin (Los Angeles)

Coagula Curatorial (Los Angeles)

Conduit Gallery (Dallas)

Cris Worley Fine Arts (Dallas)

DC Moore Gallery (New York)

De Buck Gallery (New York)

Division Gallery (Montreal/ Toronto)

Drexel Galeria (San Pedro)

Eduardo Secci Contemporary (Florence)

Erin Cluley Gallery (Dallas)

Fridman Gallery (New York)

Gagosian Gallery (New York/Los Angeles/San Francisco/London/Paris/Rome/Athens/Geneva/Hong Kong)

Galeria Javier Lopez & Fer Frances (Madrid)

Galerie Bernard Ceysson (Luxembourg/Paris/Saint-Étienne/Geneva)

galerie frank elbaz (Dallas/Paris)

Galerie Italienne Paris (Paris)

Galerie Perrotin (New York/Paris/Hong Kong/Seoul/Tokyo)

Galerie Sébastien Bertrand (Geneva)

Gallery Henoch (New York)

Gallery Wendi Norris (San Francisco)


Gregory Lind Gallery (San Francisco)

GRIMM (Amsterdam)

Hales Gallery (London)

Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton)

Hannah Hoffman Gallery (Los Angeles)

Harlan Levey Projects (Brussels)

Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco)

Jane Lombard Gallery (New York)

Jeff Bailey Gallery (Hudson)

Jessica Silverman Gallery (San Francisco)

Johannes Vogt Gallery (New York)

Josh Lilley Gallery (London)

Karma (New York)

Kate MacGarry (London)

Kerlin Gallery (Dublin)

Lawrie Shabibi (Dubai)

Lehmann Maupin (New York/Hong Kong)

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. (New York)

Luca Tommasi Art Contemporanea (Milan)

Luce Gallery (Turin)

Lundgren Gallery (Palma)

Marinaro (New York)

Marlborough Contemporary (New York/London)

Massimo De Carlo (Milan/London/ Hong Kong)

Mier Gallery (Los Angeles)

Misako & Rosen (Tokyo)

mother’s tankstation limited (Dublin)

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery (New York)

Night Gallery (Los Angeles)

Páramo (Guadalajara)

parrasch heijnen gallery (Los Angeles)

PDNB Gallery (Dallas)

Peter Blum Gallery (New York)

Richard Heller Gallery (Santa Monica)

Ro2 Art (Dallas)

Roberto Paradise (San Juan)

Ronchini Gallery (London)

Rosenfeld Porcini (London)

Ruttkowski 68 (Cologne)

RYAN LEE (New York)

Sapar Contemporary (New York)

Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago)

Simon Lee Gallery (New York)

Skarstedt Gallery (New York/London)

Sophia Contemporary Gallery (London)

Talley Dunn Gallery (Dallas)

Taubert Contemporary (Berlin)

Taymour Grahne Gallery (New York)

The Green Gallery (Milwaukee)

Tim Van Laere Gallery (Antwerp)

Tristan Hoare Gallery (London)

Turner Carroll Gallery (Santa Fe)

Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden (Dallas)

Waldburger Wouters (Brussels)

William Campbell Contemporary (Fort Worth)

William Shearburn Gallery (St. Louis)

Workplace Gallery (London)

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