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Dallas Art Fair’s 2017 Lineup Signals Fair’s Art Scene Creds

Dallas in Texas is better known as a key location for collectible car auctions than it is for anything related to arts and culture. But that might be about to change as the city’s burgeoning art scene continues to grow and develop, further cementing and establishing Dallas as one of the most vibrant and potentially influential centres for art in the entire United States.


If the rapid rise of the Dallas Art Fair is anything to go by, Dallas is a city to watch. Launched in 2009 in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis – what must have seemed like an almost insurmountable obstacle – Dallas Art Fair not only managed to fly in the face of the challenges it faced, its inaugural edition was hailed a major success.


Dallas Art Fair returns for its 9th edition in 2017 from April 6-9 at the Fashion Industry Gallery (F.I.G.) with a lineup of more than 90 galleries from 16 countries. “The diversification and growth of our roster is a testament to the strength of the City's burgeonin collector community,” says Dallas Art Fair Co-Founder, John Sughrue. "This year's lineup is our strongest and most international to date.”


Dallas Art Fair 2017 welcome more than 30 new exhibitors, including the likes of world renowned galleries Gagosian Gallery (New York/Los Angeles/San Francisco/London/Paris/Rome/Athens/Geneva/Hong Kong),  Lehmann Maupin (New York/Hong Kong), Simon Lee Gallery (New York), Skarstedt Gallery (New York/London), and Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago).


Dallas Arts Week will return with an enticing program of events including a Pierre Huyghe solo show at the Nasher Sculpture Center, exhibitions featuring Pia Camil, Taryn Simon, and Keer Tanchak at Dallas Contemporary, “México 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde” at the Dallas Museum of Art, and a solo Billy Childish show at the Goss-Michael Foundation.




10 Hanover (London), Albertz Benda (New York), Allan Stone Projects (New York), Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe (New York), Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles), AND NOW (Dallas), Anthony Meier Fine Arts (San Francisco), Barry Whistler Gallery (Dallas), Beatriz Esguerra Art (Bogotá), Bortolami Gallery (New York), CANADA (New York), Carbon 12 (Dubai), Carl Freedman Gallery (London), Carrie Secrist Gallery (Chicago), Cernuda Arte (Coral Gables), Cherry and Martin (Los Angeles), Coagula Curatorial (Los Angeles), Conduit Gallery (Dallas), Cris Worley Fine Arts (Dallas), DC Moore Gallery (New York), De Buck Gallery (New York), Division Gallery (Montreal/ Toronto), Drexel Galeria (San Pedro), Eduardo Secci Contemporary (Florence), Erin Cluley Gallery (Dallas), FRIDMAN GALLERY (New York), Gagosian Gallery (New York/Los Angeles/San Francisco/London/Paris/Rome/Athens/Geneva/Hong Kong), Galeria Javier Lopez & Fer Frances (Madrid), Galerie Bernard Ceysson (Luxembourg/Paris/Saint-Étienne/Geneva), galerie frank elbaz (Dallas/Paris), Galerie Italienne Paris (Paris), Galerie Perrotin (New York/Paris/Hong Kong/Seoul/Tokyo), Galerie Sébastien Bertrand (Geneva), Gallery Henoch (New York), Gallery Wendi Norris (San Francisco), GEARY CONTEMPORARY (New York), Gregory Lind Gallery (San Francisco), GRIMM Gallery (Amsterdam), Hales Gallery (London), Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton), Hannah Hoffman Gallery (Los Angeles), Harlan Levey Projects (Brussels), Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco), Jane Lombard Gallery (New York), Jeff Bailey Gallery (Hudson), Jessica Silverman Gallery (San Francisco), Johannes Vogt Gallery (New York), Josh Lilley Gallery (London),  Karma Karma (New York), Kate MacGarry (London), Kerlin Gallery (Dublin), Lawrie Shabibi (Dubai), Lehmann Maupin (New York/Hong Kong), Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. (New York), Luca Tommasi Art Contemporanea (Milan), Luce Gallery (Turin), Lundgren Gallery (Palma), Marinaro (New York), Marlborough Chelsea (New York), Massimo De Carlo (Milan/London/Hong Kong), Mier Gallery (Los Angeles), Misako & Rosen (Tokyo), mother’s tankstation limited (Dublin), Nicelle Beauchene Gallery (New York), Night Gallery (Los Angeles), Páramo (Guadalajara), parrasch-heijnen gallery (Los Angeles), PDNB Gallery (Dallas), Peter Blake Gallery (Laguna Beach), Peter Blum Gallery (New York), Richard Heller Gallery (Santa Monica), Ro2 Art (Dallas), Roberto Paradise (San Juan), Ronchini Gallery (London), Rosenfeld Porcini (London), Ruttkowski 68 (Cologne), RYAN LEE (New York), Sapar Contemporary (New York), Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago), Simon Lee Gallery (New York), Skarstedt Gallery (New York/London), Sophia Contemporary Gallery (London), Talley Dunn Gallery (Dallas), Taubert Contemporary (Berlin), Taymour Grahne Gallery (New York), The Green Gallery (Milwaukee), Tim Van Laere Gallery (Antwerp), Tristan Hoare Gallery (London), Turner Carroll Gallery (Santa Fe), Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden (Dallas), Waldburger Wouters (Brussels), William Campbell Contemporary (Fort Worth), William Shearburn Gallery (St. Louis), Workplace Gallery (London)