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Dallas Arts Week

Galerie Perrotin director Peggy Leboeuf with Paola Pivi sculpture at Dallas Contemporary


By PAUL LASTER,
MAY 2016

One of the best art cities in the States, Dallas recently hosted its eighth edition of the Dallas Art Fair with a string of cultural events that included museum openings, collection previews, concerts and performances. This year 97 galleries from 17 countries participated in the fair with artists,gallerists, collectors, art advisers and museum directors and curators turning the Fashion Industry Gallery and related Dallas art venues into the place to be and be scene. From the openings of the Power Station and Dallas Contemporary to previews at the Dallas Art Fair and the Karpidas Collection, we were there to capture the fun. WM


 
Hauser & Wirth partner and VP Paul Schimmel and Nasher Sculpture Center
director Jeremy Strick with Dan Colen work at Dallas Contemporary

Collectors and Power Station founders Alden and Janelle Pinnell with art advisor
and Power Station artistic director Rob Teeters with Karl Holmqvist installation at the Power Station

Collectors Cindy and Howard Rachofsky with Karl Holmqvist installation at the Power Station
  Dallas Art Fair co-founder John Sughrue, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings
and Dallas Museum of Art curator Gavin Delahunty at the Dallas Art Fair

ART21 director Tina Kukielski and Dallas Art Fair co-founder Chris Byrne at the Dallas Art Fair

Collector Deedie Rose with Hugo McCloud painting at the Dallas Art Fair
  Art advisor John Runyon and The Joule owner and collector Tim Headington
with Bernard Frize painting at the Dallas Art Fair

Artist Paola Pivi with her work at Dallas Contemporary
  Artist Dan Colen and Gagosian Gallery director Sam Orlofsky
with Colen painting at Dallas Contemporary
  Dallas Contemporary director Peter Doroshenko and artist Carlos Rolón Dzine
with Dan Colen painting at Dallas Contemporary
 
 
Artist Karl Holmqvist with his installation at the Power Station
  Collector Elisabeth Karpidas with Tracey Emin work at the Karpidas Collection  
         Goss-Michael Foundation co-founders Kenny and Joyce Goss
with Karl Holmqvist installation at the Power Station


Collectors Derek and Christen Wilson with Karl Holmqvist installation at the Power Station 

Gallerist Honor Fraser with Sarah Cain painting at the Dallas Art Fair
  Collector John Blaffer Royall and gallerist Richard Taittinger
with Rachel Hovnanian painting at the Dallas Art Fair
  

Nasher Sculpture Center curator Jed Morse with Mateo Callegari painting at the Dallas Art Fair 
 
Collectors Lucy Buchanan and Gayle and Paul Stoffel at the Dallas Art Fair 

Artist Joe Minter with his work at  the Dallas Art Fair  

 Art advisor Benjamin Godsill and collector and dealer Stefan Simchowitz
with Paola Pivi work at Dallas Contemporary
  

Dallas Contemporary curator Justine Ludwig with Paola Pivi sculpture at Dallas Contemporary  

Artist Susan Anderson with Christopher Wool work at at the Karpidas Collection  

Gallerist Leila Heller with Paola Pivi sculpture at Dallas Contemporary  

 Gallerists Adrian and James Cope of AND NOW
with Karl Holmqvist installation at the Power Station
 

Jean-Michel Othoniel with his work at the Dallas Art Fair

Gallerists Jeffrey Rosen of Misako & Rosen and John Riepenhoff of Green Gallery
with Margaret Lee work at the Dallas Art Fair

Artist Rachel Hovanian and gallerist Leila Heller with Hovnanian painting at the Dallas Art Fair 

Gallerists Wendi Norris and Emmanuel Perrotin with Erro painting at the Dallas Art Fair

Artist Emil Lukas with his painting at the Dallas Art Fair

 

 

 

Paul Laster

Paul Laster is a writer, editor, independent curator, artist and lecturer. He is a New York desk editor at ArtAsiaPacific and a contributing editor at Whitehot and artBahrain. He was the founding editor of Artkrush.com and Artspace.com and art editor of Flavorpill.com and Russell Simmons's OneWorld Magazine; started TheDailyBeast.com's art section; and worked as a photojournalist for Artnet.com and Art in America. He is a frequent contributor to Time Out New York, New York Observer, Modern Painters, ArtPulse and ArtInfo.com.

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