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Arts & Culture Event
Dallas, TX, USA
Barrel Vault and Chilton Galleries
The Dallas Museum of Art will present a special two-part exhibition of 200 works from the modern and contemporary holdings of the Hoffman, Rachofsky and Rose families, who together gifted their private collections and future acquisitions to the Museum in 2005. Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art offers a preview of the Museum's future modern and contemporary holdings and will be the first opportunity for the public to view these exceptional, once-private collections in a comprehensive manner. This landmark exhibition will be enhanced by additional promised gifts from Gayle and Paul Stoffel and other local patrons, as well as by works from the Museum's collections.
Organized by guest curator Maria de Corral, Fast Forward will survey the vast wealth of ideas and forms that characterize the art of our time, including abstract expressionist, minimalist, pop, conceptual and post-modern works. This monumental exhibition will feature both established and emerging artists whose work ranges from paintings and sculptures to installations, video, sound, and new media. The 200 paintings on view were culled from a body of over 1,500 objects by approximately 500 different artists-including more than 900 works from the three collections and other private collections, and 650 works from the Dallas Museum of Art's permanent collection. Comprehensive in scope, Fast Forward will be presented in two parts, with the first chapter opening on November 19, 2006, and remaining on view as the second is unveiled on February 11, 2007.
Opening November 19, 2006, and on view through April 8, 2007, the first part of Fast Forward will be presented in the Museum's distinctive Barrel Vault, Quadrant Galleries, and Sculpture Garden. Organized thematically, the first chapter of the exhibition will present abstract expressionist paintings by Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko, among others; masterpieces of the Italian Arte Povera movement, including works by Mario Merz and Giulio Paolini; and minimalist sculpture and paintings by such artists as Donald Judd and Ellsworth Kelly.
Dallas Museum of Art Dallas , TX
Park City, UT
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