3 must-see art exhibitions in Dallas in September
From colorful paintings by emerging and renowned artists to an artistic collection of found objects hosted by LACMA, these are three new Dallas art exhibitions to see in September.
Peter Halley: CELL GRILLS
From September 25 to February 2022
Painter Peter halleythe first Texas exhibit in nearly two decades, CELL GRILLS is a collection of 18 large format paintings which will be presented together for the first time at Dallas Contemporary. Since the 1980s, Halley’s works have blurred the line between geometric abstraction and representation. This new exhibition is a focused presentation of Halley’s work over the past six years.
River Oaks District
Naudline Pierre: What could be has not yet appeared
Dallas Museum of Art
From September 26 to May 2022
The first solo exhibition of works by a Brooklyn-based painter Naudline Pierre, this new DMA exhibit will feature the debut of five new paintings and DMA’s recent acquisition of âLest You Fallâ. Pierre’s works depict “tales from another world through representations of supernatural beings entangled in complex scenes of struggle and intimacy.”
Betye Saar: call and response
Nasher Sculpture Center
September 25 to January 2022
Organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), this new exhibition at the Nasher focused on Betye Saar offers the public the first opportunity to see Saar’s sketchbooks. âCall and Answerâ is a collection of found objects that deal with race, gender and spirituality. Saar finds these items, such as a cot, ironing board, and bird cage, at flea markets and thrift stores.