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Alex Da Corte, "Rubber Pencil Devil," 2018, , photo by John Smith, courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
Alex Da Corte, "Rubber Pencil Devil," 2018, , photo by John Smith, courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
Do Ho Suh, "Hub, 260-10 Sungbook-dong, Sungbook-ku, Seoul, Korea," 2016, photo by John Smith, courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
Photo by John Smith, courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
Francisco Moreno, "Chapel," 2016-18, photo by John Smith, courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
Olivia Erlanger, "Pergusa," 2019, photo by John Smith, courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
Alex Da Corte, "Rubber Pencil Devil," 2018, , photo by John Smith, courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
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Alex Da Corte, Pipilotti Rist, and Do Ho Suh in “For a Dreamer of Houses”

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August 12, 2020

This week, the Dallas Museum of Art reopens to the public, starting August 14. Accessible Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 11 AM—5 PM, admission is free but must be booked in advance. On view is the much-anticipated “For a Dreamer of Houses,” a special exhibition that had previously bee scheduled to debut in March.

The immersive show is inspired by philosopher Gaston Bachelard’s The Poetics of Space (1958) exploring the psychological importance of the home. The exhibition brings together over 50 works from the museum’s collection that investigate ideas of belonging, alienation, desires, and the body through dwellings, furnishings, domestic objects, and structures. On view will be some recent acquisitions by artists like Alex Da Corte, Olivia Erlanger, EJ Hill, Francisco Moreno, Pipilotti Rist, and Do Ho Suh.

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