To introduce its five new installations, Dallas Contemporary recently threw an exclusive party for members and VIPs. The intimate get-together gave the Contemporary's most valued supporters a chance to get see the exhibits one day ahead of the public.
Guests — including Cindy and Howard Rachofsky, Marlene and John Sughrue, Janelle and Alden Pinnell, Muffin Lemak, Shelby Wagner, Kristie Ramirez, Nicole Musselman, and Karla McKinley — ate, drank and admired the new works while DJ Blake Ward provided the party's soundtrack.
Dallas Contemporary couldn't be more enthused about these five fresh exhibits, on display until March 9:
- JR: Inside out
- Arthur Peña: Slight shift, steady hand
- Paula Crown: Inside My Head: A contemporary self-portrait
- Lavish: Design in Dallas
- Les Miserables: Post-conceptual art
Sound like something you'd be into? Good news: Dallas Contemporary offers free admission as part of its goal to engage the public through exhibitions, lectures, educational programs and events.