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Dallas Art Fair presents "Four x Five"

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Photo courtesy of Gabriel Rico and Perrotin

The Dallas Art Fair will present "Four x Five," a part-physical, part-virtual exhibition that presents art from nine international galleries to its collectors. The exhibition is coupled with hybrid physical-virtual programming, including curator talks, tours, and more.

The physical exhibition will be on view exclusively at Dallas Art Fair Projects in the Dallas Design District. It features predominantly solo artist presentations from four participating galleries: Keijsers Koning (New York), Magenta Plains (New York), Night Gallery (Los Angeles), and Perrotin (Paris, New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai).

Keijsers Koning showcases a selection of paintings by Jimmy Baker, William Burton Binnie, and Stefanie Popp. Magenta Plains presents expressive, never-before-seen paintings by New York-based Nathaniel Robinson, while Night Gallery offers four monochrome paintings exploring the contemporary American experience by Baltimore-based painter Cynthia Daignault. Perrotin presents all new embroidered and neon wall works by celebrated Mexican artist Gabriel Rico.

The virtual exhibition is presented via Culture Place, the Dallas Art Fair’s permanent digital platform it launched in July 2020. It features five participating galleries: Beatriz Esguerra Art (Bogotá and Miami), Galerie Droste (Wuppertal and Paris), Kerlin Gallery (Dublin), SOCO Gallery (Charlotte), and Taubert Contemporary (Berlin).

The Dallas Art Fair will present "Four x Five," a part-physical, part-virtual exhibition that presents art from nine international galleries to its collectors. The exhibition is coupled with hybrid physical-virtual programming, including curator talks, tours, and more.

The physical exhibition will be on view exclusively at Dallas Art Fair Projects in the Dallas Design District. It features predominantly solo artist presentations from four participating galleries: Keijsers Koning (New York), Magenta Plains (New York), Night Gallery (Los Angeles), and Perrotin (Paris, New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai).

Keijsers Koning showcases a selection of paintings by Jimmy Baker, William Burton Binnie, and Stefanie Popp. Magenta Plains presents expressive, never-before-seen paintings by New York-based Nathaniel Robinson, while Night Gallery offers four monochrome paintings exploring the contemporary American experience by Baltimore-based painter Cynthia Daignault. Perrotin presents all new embroidered and neon wall works by celebrated Mexican artist Gabriel Rico.

The virtual exhibition is presented via Culture Place, the Dallas Art Fair’s permanent digital platform it launched in July 2020. It features five participating galleries: Beatriz Esguerra Art (Bogotá and Miami), Galerie Droste (Wuppertal and Paris), Kerlin Gallery (Dublin), SOCO Gallery (Charlotte), and Taubert Contemporary (Berlin).

The Dallas Art Fair will present "Four x Five," a part-physical, part-virtual exhibition that presents art from nine international galleries to its collectors. The exhibition is coupled with hybrid physical-virtual programming, including curator talks, tours, and more.

The physical exhibition will be on view exclusively at Dallas Art Fair Projects in the Dallas Design District. It features predominantly solo artist presentations from four participating galleries: Keijsers Koning (New York), Magenta Plains (New York), Night Gallery (Los Angeles), and Perrotin (Paris, New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai).

Keijsers Koning showcases a selection of paintings by Jimmy Baker, William Burton Binnie, and Stefanie Popp. Magenta Plains presents expressive, never-before-seen paintings by New York-based Nathaniel Robinson, while Night Gallery offers four monochrome paintings exploring the contemporary American experience by Baltimore-based painter Cynthia Daignault. Perrotin presents all new embroidered and neon wall works by celebrated Mexican artist Gabriel Rico.

The virtual exhibition is presented via Culture Place, the Dallas Art Fair’s permanent digital platform it launched in July 2020. It features five participating galleries: Beatriz Esguerra Art (Bogotá and Miami), Galerie Droste (Wuppertal and Paris), Kerlin Gallery (Dublin), SOCO Gallery (Charlotte), and Taubert Contemporary (Berlin).

WHEN

WHERE

214 Projects
150 Manufacturing St.
Suite 214
Dallas, TX 75207
https://www.dallasartfair.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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