3 Must-See Dallas Art Exhibits This November


From large sculptural works to exploring some meticulously intricate designs, set aside time on your calendar to visit these must-see Dallas art exhibitions in November.

Carol Bove: Sculptures-Collages

Nasher Sculpture Center

Open this week and visible until January 2022, “Carol Bove: Collage Sculptures” is the first major museum exhibition focused solely on Bove’s steel sculptures. The exhibition brings together nine works produced over the past five years. Two were created exclusively for this presentation. The Geneva-born artist has works represented in permanent collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Don’t miss this rare collection of sculptures unique for their use of color.

Nasher’s latest public exhibit is located at the Deep Ellum Power Plant. (Courtesy)

Public Nasher: Oshay Green

The power station, 3816, rue du Commerce

From October 23 to February 2022, the largest sculpture by Dallas-based artist Oshay Green is on display at the Deep Ellum Power Plant. Called “Mondane Egg”, the piece is a three-dimensional diamond formation. Extract from a chapter of Helena Blavatsky’s book The secret doctrine, the title “Mondane Egg” works “like a metaphor for the origin of creation”.

River Oaks District














“Bamana Mud Cloth: From Mali to the World” explores the labor-intensive process of making mud cloth patterns. (Courtesy)

Bamana Mud Cloth: From Mali to the World

Dallas Museum of Art

From November 13 until December 2022, the Dallas Museum of Art presents an installation focused on a Bamana mud cloth. Originating from the Bamana peoples of Mali, the motifs in this piece are found all over the world in different products. This installation delves into the painstaking fermented mud dyeing process and how distinctive patterns contribute to today’s products.


William E. Bennett

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