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Kendall Morgan

Kendall Morgan

Kendall Morgan has covered art, music, fashion, film, food and design for such online and print publications as Bon Appétit, the Dallas Morning News, GrandLife.com, Nylon and Sweet Paul. She recently returned to Texas after a decade working in marketing and advertising in New York, and she is thrilled to once again have easy access to great Tex-Mex.

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Eyes on the ArtPrize

Dallas embraces status as world-class art city with launch of ArtPrize

By Kendall Morgan

Dallas artists both established and aspiring have a reason for good cheer this holiday season. The international art competition ArtPrize just announced a Big D expansion in 2016, with up ...


Your Show of Shows

Dallas gallery picks of the month encompass art from Miami to United Arab Emirates

By Kendall Morgan

There is art aplenty to brighten this gloomy November, from Miami to the United Arab Emirates to right in our own backyard. View an up-and-coming painter’s vivid canvases, glimpse ...


The Long Con

Art Conspiracy's pivotal players put 10 years of activism into perspective

By Kendall Morgan

It’s hard to measure the impact an 18-x-18-inch piece of plywood can have. From this relatively humble bit of material has come thousands of works of original art; $250 ...


A Tale of Two Cities

Dallas artist Joshua King takes on NYC with ambitious two-city show

By Kendall Morgan

As the co-founder of the 5-year-old site-specific Aurora, Joshua King has helped to elevate Dallas’ reputation as a world-class art city. He brings that same sense of ambition to his ...


Hauntingly Good Decor

Dallas designer Rob Bradford embraces Victorian Age in marvelously macabre home

By Kendall Morgan

Dallas-based costume designer Rob Bradford may be known for the glittery concoctions that light up charity events such as DIFFA, but it’s his gothically cool home that really steals ...


Viva Las Vegas

Two x Two First Look starts off annual gala in stellar Sin City-inspired style

By Kendall Morgan

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But what happens at Two x Two First Look — well, we’re going to spill some details. The anticipated preview party for the ...


Your Show of Shows

Gallery picks of the month: An artistic requiem and cuddly canvases

By Kendall Morgan

Is livening your living room or expanding your consciousness on October’s to-do list? We have must-see shows that will make you pause and make you think. This month, discover ...


Chic of a Certain Age

Pioneering shutterbug Ari Seth Cohen hits Dallas in hot pursuit of Advanced Style

By Kendall Morgan

When photographer Ari Seth Cohen started his blog in 2009, he didn’t know it would become a catalyst to change the fashion world’s attitude toward mature women. Advancedstyle ...


In the Artist's Studio

An insider's look at where the magic happens for artist Nathan Green

By Kendall Morgan

Dallas-based artist Nathan Green should be on every serious collector’s radar. The first local talent to launch Goss-Michael Foundation’s “Feature” series, Green recently had his international debut in ...


Super Mario

Mario Testino costumes Dallas Contemporary with Peruvian passion project

By Kendall Morgan

Famous for his iconic images of the British Royal family and super snaps of supermodels, Mario Testino has earned his place in the forefront of portrait photography. But “Alta Moda ...


Must-See Art

5 fall museum exhibitions every arts-minded Dallasite must see

By Kendall Morgan

Modernists, impressionists and fashionistas alike are spoiled for choice with a surprisingly eclectic group of fall shows. An inventive retrospective, an architectural star and the greatest of the ’80s are ...


Your Show of Shows

Opening exhibit for new Dallas gallery and more must-see art this month

By Kendall Morgan

September is here, and the art season is finally kicking into high gear. Aside from the opening of the Dallas outpost of LA-based street art center Lab Art and the ...


An Artistic Education

Dallasites need to get reacquainted with pioneering Goss-Michael Foundation

By Kendall Morgan

Famous for glittering parties, charitable causes and envelope-pushing exhibitions, the Goss-Michael Foundation is taking an even more expansive — yet local and accessible — approach for its 2014-2015 season. No doubt Dallasites ...


Emerging Gallerist

Erin Cluley departs Dallas Contemporary to ignite art scene at Trinity Groves

By Kendall Morgan

In her role as director of exhibitions at the Dallas Contemporary, Erin Cluley has worked with today’s most renowned artists — including K8 Hardy, Richard Phillips, Rob Pruitt, Jennifer Rubell ...


Your Show of Shows

Art gallery picks of the month: Summer lovin' and back-to-school spirit

By Kendall Morgan

In the (relative) calm before the fall season kicks in, there are still some notable exhibits worth exploring during summer’s last month. August must-sees include a sunny show of ...


Street Wise

Largest U.S. street art gallery picks Dallas Design District for expansion

By Kendall Morgan

High-impact and ephemeral, street art is defined by its envelope-pushing graphics and impermanent status. Even works by the notorious Banksy are often damaged or covered up within hours of their ...


Your Show of Shows

Art gallery picks of the month: Eye-opening retrospective and beautiful chaos

By Kendall Morgan

What’s getting us hot and bothered this month? Beyond the return of the Design District’s Gallery Day this Saturday, July features a local artist’s first retrospective, a ...


Your Show of Shows

Art gallery picks of the month: Whimsical works, hobo graffiti and Public celebration

By Kendall Morgan

Start the summer with a modern mix of exhibitions, ranging from playful creations from a local artist gaining national fame to girl power at Talley Dunn to a major milestone ...


Your Show of Shows

Art gallery picks of the month: Abstract expressions and good ol' summertime

By Kendall Morgan

Whether it’s embracing color or celebrating the season, May’s gallery offerings encompass more than just pretty pictures. “Celebrator” by Sean-McGee Phetsarath and “Tears for Fears” by Joshua Von ...


An Animated Debut

Prolific pop artist Takashi Murakami on Jellyfish Eyes and being detested in Japan

By Kendall Morgan

One of the most famous and culturally relevant painters and sculptors working today, Takashi Murakami has collaborated with musicians such as Pharrell Williams and Kanye West, designed for Louis Vuitton ...


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