DMA Reveals 2021 Exhibition Slate

The Dallas Museum of Art’s 2021 roster features a robust slate of exhibitions that use a range of innovative approaches to highlight the strength and breadth of the Museum’s global collection and the talents of the curators.

The schedule includes the first solo US museum exhibitions of contemporary artists Naudline Pierre, Chris Schanck, and Julian Charrière; two major international collaborations that reveal new insights on the legendary artists Vincent van Gogh and Juan Gris; and thematic exhibitions exploring artistic practices and movements from around the world.

The full schedule is available here.

In addition, the exhibitions Contemporary Art + Design: New Acquisitions, For a Dreamer of Houses, and My|gration will also remain on view. 

Presentations reopening in 2020 and on view into 2021 include Not Visible to the Naked Eye: Inside a Senufo Helmet Mask; the Wendy and Emery Reves Collection, featuring over 1,400 European artworks and decorative objects; and the Keir Collection of Islamic Art, which has 30 new works on view until February, including new works by Dallas-based contemporary artist Nida Bangash.  

The DMA continues to offer online programming through, including interactive virtual tours of For a Dreamer of Houses, My|gration, and the Museum’s European art galleries, among other spaces, alongside additional activities and resources. 

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