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Michael Tregoning, Chief Executive of Headington Cos.; Courtesy Headington Cos.
Daniel Arsham, Artist; Courtesy Headington Cos.
Daniel Arsham's Moving Figure; Courtesy Headington Cos.
Michael Tregoning, Chief Executive of Headington Cos.; Courtesy Headington Cos.
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Daniel Arsham’s Public Sculpture “Moving Figure” Unveiled in Dallas

By Whitewall

March 27, 2017

Last week, Daniel Arsham‘s sculpture Moving Figure debuted in Dallas, commissioned by Headington Companies. The public work acts as a focal point in the Dallas Design District‘s Decorative Center. At the unveiling event was the artist, alongside guests like Tim Headington, Michael Tregoning, John Runyon, Peter Doroshenko, Kenny Goss, Joyce Goss, Brian Bolke, Marc Quinn, John Sughrue, Tammy Cotton Harnett, and Mark Giambrone.

The sculpture is the largest outdoor work created by the artist, depicting a man, arms raised, seemingly covered a draped cloth. Moving Figure anchors the area that will feature three new restaurants—Wheelhouse, Sassetta, and Go Go.

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Michael Tregoning, Chief Executive of Headington Cos.; Courtesy Headington Cos.
and Mark GiambroneBrian BolkeDallasDallas Design DistrictDaniel ArshamDecorative CenterGo GoHeadington CompaniesJohn RunyonJohn SughrueJoyce GossKenny GossMarc QuinnMichael TregoningPeter DoroshenkoSassettaTammy Cotton HarnettTim HeadingtonWheelhouse

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