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Adolf Tafadzwa Tega, “Untitled,” 2021, oil on canvas, 110 x 110 cm; courtesy of the artist and Mimmo Scognamiglio.
André Butzer, "Untitled," 2021, Acrylic on canvas, 78 x 104 inches; courtesy of the artist and Nino Mier.
Daniel Gonzalez, “Play hard or go home,” 2021, hand-sewn sequins, beads and mylar, embroidery, 28 x 28 cm., courtesy of the artist and Mimmo Scognamiglio.
Dorothy Hood, "Untitled," 1980, soil on canvas, 72 x 60 inches; courtesy of McClain Gallery.
Judy Chicago, "Through the Flower II," 1973/2021, mixed media, 34 x 34 inches; courtesy of the artist and Turner Carroll Gallery.
Swoon, "The House Our Families Built (Brooklyn Bridge Park)," 2021, courtesy of the artist.
Swoon, "The House Our Families Built (Brooklyn Bridge Park)," 2021, courtesy of the artist.
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Dallas Art Fair 2021 Features Special Artwork by Swoon

By Pearl Fontaine

November 9, 2021

The 13th iteration of the Dallas Art Fair will happen this week, open from November 11—14. For the 2021 edition, 59 international exhibitors will gather at the city’s Fashion Industry Gallery, where visitors will find gallery presentations of individual and multiple artists and happenings like special outdoor installations.

“We are so excited to be able to once again host the Dallas Art Fair. After such a long absence, our audience is eager for the energy of a live event, and this year’s participating galleries are bringing incredible work,” said Dallas Art Fair Director Kelly Cornell.

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Adolf Tafadzwa Tega, “Untitled,” 2021, oil on canvas, 110 x 110 cm; courtesy of the artist and Mimmo Scognamiglio.

Those in attendance can expect to find booths from a roster of new and returning galleries from 29 cities. These presentations will include those like 12.26’s group show of Hayley Barker, Amy Bessone, Talia Levitt,and Marjorie Norman Schwarz; Morán Morán with a solo presentation of Willie Stewart; and Sputnik Modern sharing the work of several artists including Claude Conover and Jack Zajack. Other galleries present will include names like Nino Mier Gallery, Gallerie Poggi, Erin Cluley Gallery, Voloshyn Gallery, JDJ | The Ice House, Karma, Galleri Urbane, PAO Projects, Anat Ebgi, Conduit Gallery, Albertz Benda, and Sicardi Ayers Bacino.

Away from the main program, the fair is presenting two outdoor installations including a public work by the artist Swoon and an artwork by Alicia Eggert. Located nearby at Klyde Warren Park, Swoon’s The House Our Families Built is a monumental sculptural house highlighting ancestral through domestic scenes, while Eggert’s IT IS TIME raises awareness around climate change in flashing neon, located outside of Liliana Bloch Gallery, who will also be participating in the fair.

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Judy Chicago, "Through the Flower II," 1973/2021, mixed media, 34 x 34 inches; courtesy of the artist and Turner Carroll Gallery.

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Dorothy Hood, "Untitled," 1980, soil on canvas, 72 x 60 inches; courtesy of McClain Gallery.
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