Happy #EarthDay! Get outside and experience some ART ‘n’ AIR! #dc has street art all around the area!  (at Dallas Contemporary)

Happy #EarthDay! Get outside and experience some ART ‘n’ AIR! #dc has street art all around the area! (at Dallas Contemporary)

 
Julian Schnabel + @richardfphillips = Front page of Art&Life for @dallasnews! #dc  (at Dallas Contemporary)

Julian Schnabel + @richardfphillips = Front page of Art&Life for @dallasnews! #dc (at Dallas Contemporary)

 

chriscurnutt:

by Chris Curnutt  (chriscurnutt.tumblr.com)

JR was recently in town discussing his INSIDE OUT project at Dallas Contemporary. He’s joined here with DC’s adjunct curator, Pedro Alonzo.  

"Art is not supposed to change the world, to change practical things, but to change perceptions. Art can change the way we see the world. Art can create an analogy." - JR

Working with things that already exist affords you associations that are beyond your invention and my notion of painting has to do with freedom. I see opportunities everywhere, as paintings. In images that already exist, in surfaces that will respond to paint a certain way, or it might come from an accident.- Julian Schnabel from “In the Course of Seven Days”
http://www.nowness.com/home/2014/4/15/3809/julian-schnabel-in-the-course-of-seven-days
 

hahamagartconnect:

ART TAKEAWAY SHOWS WITH FAILE & THE NEW YORK CITY BALLET

The New York City Ballet commissioned this AMAZING four story high, 2,500 box installation piece from FAILE the Brooklyn-based artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. The pallets and pieces of the installation are wood and very much part of an interactive show. Audience members for the Feb 1st and May 29th shows will receive a limited-edition work made specifically for this event.

 

 

FAILE installed a tower similar to this piece at #dc last Fall but it was filled with imagery completely inspired by DALLAS