Dallas, Texas

Artists shine a light on historic Black communities in Texas

Art projects in Dallas and Houston are looking to preserve what is left of neglected ‘freedmen’s towns’ created by formerly enslaved African Americans

Dallas Art Fair gets a boost from Texas’s resilient economy and surging population

Despite the fair’s more sedate, distinctly Southern pace, local and international dealers reported plenty of sales during the VIP preview

Dallas Museum of Art acquires 12 works at Dallas Art Fair with annual gift

The museum spent $100,000 to bolster its collection thanks to funding from the Dallas Art Fair Foundation

A new hotel fair for up-and-coming galleries will launch in Dallas

The inaugural Dallas Invitational Art Fair will be held in April across the street from the established Dallas Art Fair

The Dallas Art Fair returns to a rapidly transforming Texas

The boutique Southern fair has a strong showing this year of international galleries while maintaining its reputation for fostering homegrown talent

Hockney and Van Gogh paintings meet in Houston for exhibition on the joys of nature

Despite Covid-19, the show will open with works now safely flown across the Atlantic

a blog by Martin Bailey

Dallas collectors open arts space

The first exhibition will focus on Italian and Japanese art from the 1950s-1970s


Best of British for Texas as private collectors put their art on display

Kenny Goss and George Michael set to open a gallery in Dallas


Deep in the art of Texas: focus on Dallas as a flourishing community of dealers and collectors

Talley Dunn of Gerald Peters Gallery states with pride that “The art community as a whole is growing”


Collector profile: Raymond Nasher, the world’s biggest private collector of modern sculpture

The shopping-mall millionare has been wooed by museums all over the world, but Dallas looks set to benefit from generosity in the great American tradition