The Dallas Art Fair, returning to Dallas February 5-7, has announced that 15 leading galleries based in Texas will be exhibiting at the 2010 Fair. These noted modern and contemporary art dealers will join exhibitors from across the United States, Great Britain and Canada at the Dallas Art Fair, bringing the total to over 50 exhibitors showcasing paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and photographs from post war artists.
Participating Texas Galleries:
- Barry Whistler Gallery
- Dunn and Brown Contemporary
- Holly Johnson Gallery
- Kristy Stubbs Gallery
- Marty Walker Gallery
- The Public Trust
- Valley-House Gallery & Sculpture Garden
“With well-established Dallas galleries such as Barry Whistler exhibiting alongside London dealer Tim Taylor, the Dallas Art Fair will be a rare opportunity to view the work of some of our best local artist and galleries in a broader national and international context,” said Chris Byrne, co-founder of the Dallas Art Fair.
The Dallas Art Fair will take place February 5-7, 2010 at the Fashion Industry Gallery. A preview Gala will be held on Thursday evening, February 4, benefiting Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. From mid-morning to early evening over the three days of the fair, visitors may visit and purchase art from renowned art dealers and experts from across the United States and Great Britain.
For tickets and more information, log on to www.dallasartfair.com.
The Presenting Sponsor for the 2010 Dallas Art Fair is Veuve Clicquot. Patron Sponsors for the event include Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Sotheby’s, Neiman Marcus, PaperCity, f.i.g. and American Visionary Art Museum.
About Dallas Art Fair
Celebrating modern and contemporary art, the second annual 2010 Dallas Art Fair will showcase paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and photographs from post war artists represented by over 50 prominent national and international art dealers from over 15 cities, the United Kingdom and Canada. Previous artists exhibited include Chuck Close, Joan Mitchell, Sol LeWitt, Damien Hirst, John Chamberlin and Rufino Tamayo.
The Dallas Art Fair is located at the Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.), within walking distance of world-class cultural institutions of the Dallas Arts District including the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art and the Meyerson Symphony Center. In its first year, over 5,500 art lovers attended and the events drew established and aspiring art collectors and enthusiasts from throughout the nation. The Dallas Art Fair was co-founded by John Sughrue and Chris Byrne. For more information, visit www.DallasArtFair.com.