3 Must-See Dallas Art Exhibits This October
From a never-before-seen Vincent Van Gogh exhibit to a new immersive art installation, here are three must-see art exhibitions in Dallas this October.
Van Gogh and the olive groves
Dallas Museum of Art
October 17 to February 2022
The eagerly awaited Van Gogh and the olive groves The exhibition is the first devoted solely to the artist’s series of olive groves. Produced in Saint-RÃ©my-de-Provence in the last year of his life, this series was co-organized by the DMA and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Dallas will host its only North American site before heading to the Netherlands. Painted during his stay in the asylum (At the gates of eternity is a great movie to refresh the story), the Van Gogh series captures the surrounding olive trees through the seasons. This is the first time that these paintings have been exhibited together.
Sweet Tooth Hotel: REWIND
Debuting at Allen’s Watters Creek on October 16, Sweet Tooth Hotel’s REWIND is an immersive art experience featuring ten installations and six emerging artists. (Full disclosure: my boyfriend, Madison Mask, is one of the emerging artists.) Other featured designers include fiber artist and muralist Sam lao, illustrator Niki Dionne, multidisciplinary artist MOM, multidisciplinary artist Andy arkley, and painter, illustrator and graffiti artist Hatziel Flores. Accompanying the exhibition, you will also find “a fully-fledged vintage video store filled with VHS tapes and a few hidden spaces to discover”.
River Oaks District
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Ilya + Emilia Kabakov: Paintings on Paintings
From September 26 to February 2022
New York-based husband and wife team Ilya and Emilia Kabakov will present their first Texas exhibition at Dallas Contemporary in more than two decades this fall. “Paintings on PaintingsâComprises 20 large-scale pieces, including original works and interactive installations that address questions of theater, architecture and music.
Other September / October exhibitions to see at Dallas Contemporary include Peter Halley’s CELL GRILLS, F by Shilpa Guptaor, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit: 100 Poets Jailed, and that of Renata Morales Insane and worldly evolutionary tales of fear, love and horror.