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The Dallas Museum of Art Presents the First Comprehensive Overview of Its Modern and Contemporary Design Collections

On December 19, the Dallas Museum of Art will present Form/Unformed: Design from 1960 to the Present, a new installation drawn largely from its growing collections of iconic furniture and related objects from the past 50 years. On view through January 29, 2012, in the Museum’s fourth floor Tower Gallery, Form/Unformed reflects the vibrant transformation of ideology and style that shaped international design over the last half-century. The installation features work by such renowned designers as Verner Panton, Frank Gehry, Aldo Rossi, Ettore Sottsass, Robert Venturi, Donald Judd, Zaha Hadid, Louise Campbell, and Fernando and Humberto Campana.

Achievements in Art 2011 at the Amarillo Museum of Art

On the evening of Saturday, January 29, 2011, the Amarillo Museum of Art will host the Achievements in Art Gala, marking the opening of the fifteenth in a series of exhibitions organized by the Museum to recognize important collections and/or collectors of art. AMoA Executive Director, Dr. Graziella Marchicelli, curated this year’s exhibition – The Collector: Treasures from the Texas Panhandle – with selections from close to 50 private Panhandle area collectors.

Amon Carter Museum of American Art Announces 2011 Special Exhibition Schedule

Amon Carter Museum of American Art Director Ron Tyler announced today the special exhibition schedule for 2011, the museum’s 50th Anniversary year. From magnificent landscape paintings of the Hudson River School to the Amon Carter’s exemplary works-on-paper collection to the late work of the great American modernist John Marin, 2011 promises to be a year of extraordinary American art in Fort Worth, says Tyler.

Kimbell Art Museum Announces 2011 Schedule of Exhibitions

The Kimbell Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, announces its 2011 schedule of exhibitions. Highlights include an intimate exhibition that will showcase paintings and prints by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, examining the close interaction that led to the revolutionary artistic movement known as Analytic Cubism. A major exhibition opening at the Kimbell next fall, Caravaggio and His Circle in Rome, will feature some of the most celebrated masterpieces of this seminal artist and explore his impact on his European contemporaries.

Art from the Graham Williford Collection at the Tyler Museum of Art

The Tyler Museum of Art examines the late 19th Century expression of an American aesthetic with the exhibition “Studiously Slangy and Bohemian,” The Tile Club–Artists of America’s Aesthetic Movement from the Graham Williford Collection. The exhibition opens Tuesday, December 14, 2010 and will remain on view through February 20, 2011 in the Museum’s Bell Gallery.