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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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His ‘World’ and welcome to it

French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier talks one-on-one about his Dallas exhibition, celebrities and the most beautiful clothing a gay man can wear (hint: it’s not couture) RICHARD BURNETT  | Contributing Writer...

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Maxwell Anderson, the DMA’s new director

Although the words exact didn’t escape his lips during his meeting with the press, Maxwell Anderson, who ascended to the job as new director of the Dallas Museum of Art early last month, doesn’t seem to think a show like the...

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The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier at the DMA

Gaultier gets his proper due The world has ooh-ed and ahh-ed over designer Jean Paul Gaultier’s striking fashions for years, but from afar. The Dallas Museum of Art brings the designer’s work up close in the highly anticipated...

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The good, the bad & the ‘A-List’

These arts, cultural & sports stories defined gay Dallas in 2011 A lot of eyes were focused on Dallas nationally in 2011 — for good and bad — but much of what made the city a fun place last year has specific queer appeal....

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Spirit of giving

2011 Toy Drive for children with cancer Dr. Christine J. Coke of Allen is once again collecting new, unwrapped toys and gift cards from Toys R’ Us, Target or WalMart to donate to the Children’s Cancer Fund to benefit children...

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Art attack

Dallas gets a dose of queer and queer-friendly art options this month Maybe the holiday season inspires artists or inspires buyers, but whichever the reason, Dallas’ art scene is in full bloom with openings, closings and...

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The Rachofskys make Poz magazine’s 100 list

The December issue of Poz reveals the Poz 100 list featuring those who have made a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Dallas made the list through the work of Cindy and Howard Rachofsky and their Two X Two for AIDS and...

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Holiday Gift Guide 2011 • Online Exclusives

LOOK BOOK Spanning the glamour of the 1930s to the pop culture extremes of the 1980s, the new 600 page book Decades of Fashion is ideal for any lover of couture. The pictorial review of fashion through the 20th century covers...

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