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Glenn Ligon

To Be Determined

On view at the Dallas Museum of Art is “To Be Determined,” a new exhibition that explores individual and collective meanings through works of art, sacred objects, and design. “To Be Determined” juxtaposes works from across time, geography and cultures, from the 13th century to the present day and traces how the resonance of art can shift when presented in new contexts and as viewers imbue them with their own personal meanings. The exhibition invites the viewer to engage with each object in new ways. Viewers will find sacred objects, modern sculpture and design, and works by historic and contemporary artists— including Frederic Edwin Church, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Adam Pendleton and Hiroshi Yoshida, amongst others—and recent DMA acquisitions of significant works by Ini Archibong, LornaSimpson, Matthew Wong, Jeffrey Gibson, Charles White and more.

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