Trenton Doyle Hancock, “Wow That’s Mean, In the Beginning There Was the End”, 2008 Mixed media on canvas 90 x 132 inches. Courtesy: Dunn and Brown Contemporary.
DALLAS, TX.- The second annual Dallas Art Fair presented by Veuve Clicquot will return to the city on Friday, February 5 through Sunday, February 7, 2010. A preview Gala will be held on Thursday evening, February 4, benefiting Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. From mid-morning to early evening over the three days of the fair, visitors may visit and purchase art from renowned art dealers and experts from across the United States and Great Britain.
Celebrating modern and contemporary art, the 2010 Dallas Art Fair will showcase paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and photographs from post war artists represented by more than 50 prominent art dealers. Galleries that will be joining the 2010 Dallas Art Fair for the first time include Babcock Galleries, New York; D’Amelio Terras, New York; Hedge, San Francisco; Modern Art, London; and Timothy Taylor Gallery, London.
Among the returning galleries are Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco; Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas; Edlin Gallery, New York; James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe; Jason McCoy, Inc., New York; John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco; Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin; Mary-Anne Martin/Fine Art, New York; and William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis.
Artists scheduled to be exhibited include Carl Andre, Charles Burchfield, John Chamberlain, Stuart Davis, Tom Friedman, Adam Fuss, Philip Guston, Donald Moffet, Man Ray, Bruce Nauman, Cornelia Parker, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Cy Twombly, and George Widener.