Make sure to mark your calendars, there’s simply no excuse to miss these upcoming events in Dallas and Fort Worth. There are several shows closing soon, be sure to stop by and see them before they are over. A performance from Francisco Moreno as part of the Dallas Symphony’s SOLUNA festival. There’s also a great opportunity to see some new and rising artists that hail from Dallas, such as Kasumi Chow and Desiree Espada at The Public Trust. More information below.
The Public Trust is debuting Kasumi Chow and Desiree Michelle Espada‘s collaborative photographs this weekend on Saturday, May 23 from 6pm–9pm. The show, titled truly, madly described by the artists is, “unapologetically living in the moment, where humor and sorrow intersect all in the same square.” Make sure to RSVP here. To see a sneak peak of Kasumi & Desiree’s work, visit their website.
Alex Prager: Face in the Crowd
Make sure to stop by the Goss-Michael Foundation before this artist feature closes. You can see a small preview of Prager’s work through the Foundation’s Facebook, here and also on their website. This artist, has several large scale photographs in the exhibition, you must see before it closes on May 25th.
The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass
A selection of artworks made available by two well-known Texas entrepreneurial philanthropic families are on display at the Kimbell Art Museum until May 24th. The exhibition includes works from Van Gogh, Renoir, Matisse, Miró, Léger and Chagall to name a few.
Admission is free for this special exhibition. Make sure to drop by and check out this incredible collection this weekend!
The WCD Project Performance: Francisco Moreno
The WCD Project (WCD short for Washington Crossing the Delaware) is inspired from the iconic 1851 painting by German-American artist Emanuel Leutze. Moreno’s reinterpretation in his performance depicts a hybridized Japanese car with an implanted American muscle engine. Moreno was recently featured on KERA’s Art&Seek regarding the upcoming performance.
The performance begins Saturday May 23rd, at 8:30pm. Doors open to the public at 8pm, in East Deep Ellum. Admission is free.
This memorial day weekend will be quite eventful. Try to make it out to these locations this weekend, and if you can’t, make sure you are follwing @adhoc_is for updates regarding this weekend’s events.
If you have any upcoming art shows you’d like the public to know about, feel free to contact our curator and we will consider it for publication in another news broadcast.
Last modified: May 23, 2015