10 Artworks to Collect at Dallas Art Fair
This Thursday, the Dallas Art Fair will open its largest edition yet, hosting 97 galleries from 17 countries across its sprawling space, situated next to Dallas Museum of Art in the city’s downtown Arts District. New work by up-and-coming artists like Ragna Bley, Margo Wolowiec, and Calvin Marcus is the fair’s strongest suit, while exceptional works by older, lesser-known artists like Barbara Kasten, Garth Evans, and Simone Fattal also stand out.
After graduating from Royal College of Art’s MFA program last year,
ICA Philadelphia organized the Chicago-based artist’s first major retrospective. Shards of light intersect with geometric pieces of plexi and glass in her best-known photographs, which dynamically draw from
Andrew Edlin Gallery is using the fair as an opportunity to introduce its involvement with
New Museum’s “Here and Elsewhere” in 2014, the Damascus-born, Paris-based artist’s work has been featured in solo shows at Balice Hertling and Karma International, galleries that largely show emerging and mid-career artists, and now the Sharjah Art Foundation presents her first major retrospective. This small, intimate object is typical of Fattal’s figures. Faceless and roughly modeled, it becomes a timeless representation of “man”—one that encompasses a range of male tropes, from caveman to contemporary warrior.
After recently announcing representation of
David Kordansky builds on the momentum of his first solo show with
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Alexxa Gotthardt is a contributing writer for Artsy.
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