Dallas Art Fair Announces 2016 Exhibitor List
Photo: Daniel Driensky, 2015.
The Dallas Art Fair is pleased to announce that the eighth edition of the fair will take place from April 14 through April 17 at the Fashion Industry Gallery (FIG). “Each year, the Dallas Art Fair has presented an increasingly diverse roster,” says Dallas Art Fair Co-Founder, Chris Byrne. “This continues in 2016 with the participation of galleries from Dubai, Belgium, and Colombia. With such expansion, the fair’s growth and dynamism enters a new chapter, further solidifying Dallas’ position as an art hub.” The Dallas Art Fair returns with 95 galleries from 17 different countries. With the eighth installment of the fair come 39 new participants, 19 of whom are international.
2016 exhibitor list:
10 Hanover, London / Aicon Gallery, New York / Ana Mas Projects, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Barcelona / AND NOW, Dallas / Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York / Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas / Beatriz Esguerra Art, Bogotá / bitforms gallery, New York / Bortolami, New York / Brand New Gallery, Milan / C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore / CANADA, New York / Carbon 12, Dubai / Carl Freedman Gallery, London / Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago / Carroll/Fletcher, London / Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables / Clint Roenisch Gallery, Toronto / Conduit Gallery, Dallas / Cris Worley Fine Arts, Dallas / David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles / David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe / DC Moore Gallery, New York / De Buck Gallery, New York / Drexel Galería, Monterrey / Edel Assanti, London / Emily Summers, Dallas / Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas / François Ghebaly, Los Angeles / Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York / Galería Javier López & Fer Francés, Madrid / Galería Marta Cervera, Madrid / Galeria Pilar, São Paulo / Galerie Perrotin, Paris, New York, Hong Kong / Galerie van der Mieden, Antwerp / Galleri Urbane Marfa + Dallas, Dallas / Gallery DIET, Miami / Gallery Henoch, New York / Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco / GEARY Contemporary, New York / Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco / Hales Gallery, London / Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, New York / Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels / Hester, New York / HONOR FRASER, Los Angeles / Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco / Howard Scott Gallery, New York / James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe / Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson / Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco / Johannes Vogt Gallery, New York / Karma International, Los Angeles, Zurich / Kerlin Gallery, Dublin / Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas / LABOR, Mexico City / Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai / Leila Heller Gallery, New York, Dubai / Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York / Lisa Cooley, New York / LISABIRD Contemporary, Vienna / Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo, Sardinia / LUCE GALLERY, Turin / MAKEBISH, New York / Marlborough Chelsea, New York / Massimo De Carlo, Milan, London / Michael Jon Gallery, Detroit, Miami / MISAKO & ROSEN, Tokyo / MKG127, Toronto / MONITOR, Rome / Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York / Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York / Nyehaus, New York / Overduin & Co., Los Angeles / Páramo, Guadalajara, Mexico / Parrasch Heijnen Gallery, Los Angeles / Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, California / Ro2 Art, Dallas / Ronchini Gallery, London / Samsøñ, Boston / SAPAR Contemporary, New York / Shrine, New York / Steve Turner, Los Angeles / Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas / taubert contemporary, Berlin / Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York / The Green Gallery, Milwaukee / Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp / Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe / Valentin, Paris / Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Dallas / Various Small Fires, Los Angeles / VITRINE, London / William Campbell Contemporary Art, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas / Workplace Gallery, Gateshead, United Kingdom; London / Zieher Smith & Horton, New York
“We are excited to once again be partnering to raise funds for the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Contemporary, and the Nasher Sculpture Center,” says Dallas Art Fair Co-founder John Sughrue. “The mayor has again officially decreed this Dallas Arts Week, bringing light to some of the city’s principal art organizations with a sharp series of exhibition openings and arts-related events.”
With Dallas Arts Week comes a magnetic succession of programming: a solo exhibition featuring the work of Irving Penn will open at the Dallas Museum of Art, Karl Holmqvist will open at the Power Station, both Ann Veronica Janssens and Mai-Thu Perret’s solo exhibitions will be on view at the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Dallas Contemporary will celebrate the openings of Dan Colen, Helmut Lang, and Paola Pivi, and the Goss-Michael Foundation will open an exhibition featuring the work of Paula Crown.
DALLAS ART FAIR
More than 42,000 guests have attended the Dallas Art Fair since 2009. Located at the Fashion Industry Gallery—adjacent to the Dallas Museum of Art in Dallas’ dynamic downtown Arts District—the 2016 Dallas Art Fair will feature over 90 prominent national and international art dealers and galleries exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, video, and installation by modern and contemporary artists.
Dates & Hours
April 14–April 17, 2016
Fashion Industry Gallery (FIG)
1807 Ross Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
Thursday, April 14, 11am–2pm (Patron Pass)
Thursday, April 14, 6–7pm (Patron Pass) and 7–10pm (Preview Gala Ticket)
25 USD day pass / 20 USD day pass (students & seniors)
50 USD 3-day pass / 40 USD 3-day pass (students & seniors)
To purchase tickets please visit dallasartfair.com or call T 214 220 1278.
Patron Pass: 500 USD
The Patron Pass is an all-access pass to the most exclusive Dallas Art Fair events. The 2016 Patron Pass includes access to ten Dallas Arts Week events. To purchase your Patron Pass, please visit dallasartfair.com or call T 214 220 1278.
1530 Main St, Dallas, Texas 75201
T 214 748 1300
*Ask for the Dallas Art Fair rate
6101 Hillcrest Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75205
T 214 219 2400
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