Tag: dallas museum of art

Gay art at the DMA

During Gay History Month in October, Taylor Jeromos — an intern with the DMA and its Arts & Letters Live program — did a blog post on the museum’s website honoring out artists of the past whose work can be found in the collection.

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FIRST LOOK: DMA’s new conservation studio

What was 1717 is now The Founders Room, an exhibit and social space, but most importantly, an atelier where the DMA’s head of conservation, Mark Leonard, gets to give the public an idea of what he and his fellow art restorers do

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Two x Two raises $5 million

Two x Two for AIDS and Art, the fundraiser held Saturday that benefits both AmfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art, raised $5 million this weekend

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WATCH: Jim Hodges’ artistic process

In Friday issue, I reviewed the Jim Hodges exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art (one of the best in recent years). I was especially impressed by his untitled piece, a tapestry composed entirely of denim

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Kidd’s stuff

When Chip Kidd is the designer, you can judge a book by its cover ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor Chip Kidd takes the adage “you can’t judge a book by its cover” seriously. On the other hand, part of his job is to get...

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