DallasSITES: Charting Contemporary Art, 1963 to Present is curated by Gabriel Ritter, The Nancy and Tim Hanley Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, and Leigh Arnold, DMA Research Project Coordinator. The exhibition and accompanying electronic publication have been partially underwritten by a grant from the Texas Fund for Curatorial Research at The University of Texas at Dallas. Additional support for the exhibition is provided by the Contemporary Art Initiative, TWO X TWO for AIDS and Art, The Texas Fund for Curatorial Research at The University of Texas at Dallas, and The Wilhelm Harrison Family Fund. Air transportation provided by American Airlines.
Marguerite and Robert Hoffman Galleries
Dallas Museum of Art
DallasSITES: Charting Contemporary Art, 1963 to Present is an exhibition celebrating the history of North Texas's bold and distinctive art scene. Looking back over fifty years, DallasSITES examines the moments, people, and organizations that helped shape our area's incredibly vital relationship with contemporary art. So often relegated to the art world's "third coast," North Texans created opportunities from this peripheral status by working in ways that can be described as uniquely Texan, while capturing and maintaining the attention of the national and international art communities.The DMA will also host a monthlong experimental project space, titled DallasSITES: Available Space, from July 19 through August 18, 2013, in its contemporary art galleries. Viewed as a companion to the historical exhibition, Available Space foregrounds the current state of contemporary art in North Texas by tapping select artists, curators, collectives, and art educators from the community to program unique and innovative projects in the DMA's galleries.
Attendance figure includes both Hotel Texas and DallasSITES.
The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.