The Dallas Contemporary is hosting their “first and only” Dallas Biennale, an international art festival taking place at various locations around the city. The exhibits will open on April 13 and last anywhere from two weeks to four months long.
Participating artists include Morehshin Allahyari (Iran); Nick Barbee (USA); Anthea Behm (Australia); Kim Beom (Korea); Michael Corris (USA); Zoe Crosher (USA); Sylvie Fleury (Switzerland); Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet (France); Pierre Joseph (France); Claude Lévêque (France); Gabriel Martinez (USA); Nicole Miller (USA); Charlotte Moth (United Kingdom); Okay Mountain (USA); Hugues Reip (France); Delphine Reist (Switzerland); Michael Smith (USA); Mario Garcia Torres (Mexico); Clarissa Tossin (Brazil).
Many of the shows will be in the Design District; The Goss-Michael Foundation, 1414 Dragon St., 129 Leslie, 1335 Levee, and 150 Turtle Creek Blvd. will all be locations for the exhibits, as well as the Dallas Contemporary itself.
There will be an opening celebration Friday, April 13, from 9 p.m. to midnight to kick off the festivities!
Here is a map to help you navigate the shows: