Dallas Art Fair Announces Nearly 100 Dealers for 2015 Edition

The Dallas Art Fair.
The Dallas Art Fair.

The Dallas Art Fair, returning for its seventh edition on April 9–12, will bring nearly 100 galleries and art dealers from around the country and around the world to the Fashion Industry Gallery (f.i.g.) in Dallas’s downtown Arts District (see Dallas Art Fair Draws Socialites and Good Ol’ Collectors Alike).

The cornerstone of the city’s annual Dallas Art Week, the fair will be accompanied by a series of major art exhibitions and events at various other venues. In a statement, Dallas Art Fair co-founder John Sughrue described the week as “an infinitely rich opportunity to experience the contemporary arts,” while co-founder Chris Byrne promised the fair would offer its “largest and most diverse selection of exhibitors to date.”

As the Dallas Museum of Art celebrates its 50th anniversary, it will host an Ei Arakawa performance. The Goss-Michael Foundation will present public art by Michael Craig-Martin in 10 locations across the city. Craig-Martin is also being honored at the foundation’s annual MTV RE:DEFINE art auction and gala benefiting the Dallas Contemporary and the MTV’s AIDS-education charity, Staying Alive. The museum will host the benefit as well as exhibitions featuring David Salle, Nate Lowman, and RETNA.

Here is the full exhibitor list for the 2015 Dallas Art Fair:

247365, New York
10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong
ADA Gallery, Richmond
Alden Projects, New York
Ameringer, McEnery, Yohe, New York
Ana Cristea Gallery, New York City
Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York
Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas
Beatriz Esguerra Art, Bogota, Colombia
Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore
CANADA, New York
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago
Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York
Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables, Florida
Christian Berst Art Brut, New York
Coagula Curatorial, Los Angeles
Conduit Gallery, Dallas
Cris Worley Fine Arts, Dallas
David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe
DC Moore Gallery, New York
Derek Eller, New York
Drexel Galeria, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Edel Assanti, London
Federica Schiavo, Rome
Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York
Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki
Galerie Frank Elbaz, Paris
Galerie Perrotin, New York, Paris, and Hong Kong
Galerie Richard, New York
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin
Galleri Urbane Dallas + Marfa, Dallas
Gallery Henoch, New York
Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco
Hales Gallery, London
Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton
Harlan Levey, Brussels
Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco
Howard Scott, New York
HUS Gallery, London
Ibid Projects, London
Jack Geary Contemporary, New York
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
James Fuentes, New York
Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
Johannes Vogt, New York
Jonathan Viner, London
Josée Bienvenu, New York
Josh Lilley, London
junior projects, New York
Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas
LABOR, Mexico City
Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York
Lisa Cooley, New York
Little Big Man, Los Angeles
Longhouse Projects, New York
ltd los angeles, Los Angeles
Lynch Tham, New York
Maccarone Gallery, New York
Mark Moore Gallery, Culver
Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Martos Gallery, New York
Massimo De Carlo, Milan and London
Mixed Greens, New York
MKG127, Toronto
Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York
Nathalie Karg/ Cumulus Studios, New York
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York
Paul Stolper, London
RaebervonStenglin, Zürich
Ro2 Art, Dallas
Romer Young, San Francisco
Samsøn, Boston
Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas
Taubert Contemporary, Berlin
The Apartment, Vancouver
The Green Gallery, Milwaukee
Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp
Tristian Hoare, London
Turner Carroll Gallery, Sante Fe
Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Dallas
Various Small Fires, Los Angeles
Washburn Gallery, New York
Western Exhibitions/ Scott Speh Gallery, Chicago
William Campbell Contemporary Art, Inc., Fort Worth
William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis
Workplace Gallery, Gateshead and London
Zhulong Gallery, Dallas
Zieher Smith & Horton, New York

For more of artnet News’s coverage on the Dallas art scene, see Loris Gréaud Smashes the Mold for Museum ShowsArtPrize Heads South to Dallas in Spring 2016Impeach This Art? George W. Bush Has His Museum Debut in DallasDallas to Remove Public Art Rather Than Pay to Maintain ItStay of Execution for Robert Irwin’s Public Sculpture in Dallas?Thieves Steal Public Artwork Off Dallas Sidewalk, and Art World Report Card, April 3, 2014.

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