The Dallas Art Fair Announces 2017 Exhibitor List, Featuring First-Timer Gagosian

Over 30 dealers will show at the fair for the first time.

Dallas Art Fair. Courtesy of Daniel Driensky.
Dallas Art Fair. Courtesy of Daniel Driensky.

Over 90 galleries from 16 countries will head to Texas this spring for the ninth edition of the Dallas Art Fair, scheduled for April 6–9 at the Fashion Industry Gallery (F.I.G.).

This year’s outing will feature over 30 new first-time exhibitors, including Gagosian Gallery (New York/Los Angeles/San Francisco/London/Paris/Rome/Athens/Geneva/Hong Kong), Lehmann Maupin (New York/Hong Kong), Simon Lee Gallery (New York), Skarstedt Gallery (New York/London), and Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago).

“We are excited to be participating in the Dallas Art Fair for the first time,” a representative of Gagosian told artnet News in an email, noting that “the city has a great history of arts patronage and a growing audience for contemporary art.” At its booth, the gallery will show new work by Piero Golia.

On the flip side, only 70 percent of last year’s dealers are returning, as the fair looks to improve the overall quality of its exhibitors within the constraints of the venue. That means dealers such as Andrew Edlin Gallery (New York), David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles), and Overduin & Co. (Los Angeles) are sitting out the 2017 fair.

Dallas Art Fair. Courtesy of BFA/Kelly Taub.

Dallas Art Fair. Courtesy of BFA/Kelly Taub.

However organizers remain confident in the fair’s attractiveness. “The diversification and growth of our roster is a testament to the strength of the city’s burgeoning collector community,” said Dallas Art Fair co-founder John Sughrue in a statement. “This year’s lineup is our strongest and most international to date.”

For the second year, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) will come away from the fair with a selection of artworks for its permanent collection picked out by senior curator of contemporary art Gavin Delahunty thanks to $100,000 in funding (double last year’s budget) courtesy of the Dallas Art Fair Foundation Acquisition Program. In addition, the fair will donate the proceeds from ticket sales to its opening gala to the DMA, the Dallas Contemporary, and the Nasher Sculpture Center.

The wider Dallas Arts Week attractions include Iris van Herpen’s DMA solo show, Pierre Huyghe at the Nasher, and exhibitions featuring Pia Camil, Taryn Simon and Keer Tanchak at the Dallas Contemporary. At its annual MTV RE:DEFINE benefit auction, the Goss-Michael Foundation will celebrate its new Billy Childish show, while the Power Station, Dallas will showcase the work of Steven Parrino.

See the full list of 2017 exhibitors below.

10 Hanover, London
Albertz Benda, New York
Allan Stone Projects, New York
Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe, New York
Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles
AND NOW, Dallas
Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco
Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas
Beatriz Esguerra Art, Bogotá
Bortolami Gallery, New York
CANADA, New York
Carbon 12, Dubai
Carl Freedman Gallery, London
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago
Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables
Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles
Coagula Curatorial, Los Angeles
Conduit Gallery, Dallas
Cris Worley Fine Arts, Dallas
DC Moore Gallery, New York
De Buck Gallery, New York
Division Gallery, Montreal/Toronto
Drexel Galeria, San Pedro
Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Florence
Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas
FRIDMAN GALLERY, New York
Gagosian Gallery, New York/Los Angeles/San Francis-co/London/Paris/Rome/Athens/Geneva/Hong Kong
Galeria Javier Lopez & Fer Frances, Madrid
Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg/Paris/Saint-Étienne/Geneva
galerie frank elbaz, Dallas/Paris
Galerie Italienne Paris, Paris
Galerie Perrotin, New York/Paris/Hong Kong/Seoul/Tokyo
Galerie Sébastien Bertrand, Geneva
Gallery Henoch, New York
Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco
GEARY CONTEMPORARY, New York
Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco
GRIMM Gallery, Amsterdam
Hales Gallery, London
Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton
Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles
Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels
Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco
Jane Lombard Gallery, New York
Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson
Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
Johannes Vogt Gallery, New York
Josh Lilley Gallery, London
Karma Karma, New York
Kate MacGarry, London
Kerlin Gallery, Dublin
Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai
Lehmann Maupin, New York/Hong Kong
Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York
Luca Tommasi Art Contemporanea, Milan
Luce Gallery, Turin
Lundgren Gallery, Palma
Marinaro, New York
Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Massimo De Carlo, Milan/London/Hong Kong
Mier Gallery, Los Angeles
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
mother’s tankstation limited, Dublin
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Páramo, Guadalajara
parrasch-heijnen gallery, Los Angeles
PDNB Gallery, Dallas
Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach
Peter Blum Gallery, New York
Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica
Ro2 Art, Dallas
Roberto Paradise, San Juan
Ronchini Gallery, London
Rosenfeld Porcini, London
Ruttkowski 68, Cologne
RYAN LEE, New York
Sapar Contemporary, New York
Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago
Simon Lee Gallery, New York
Skarstedt Gallery, New York/London
Sophia Contemporary Gallery, London
Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas
Taubert Contemporary, Berlin
Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York
The Green Gallery, Milwaukee
Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp
Tristan Hoare Gallery, London
Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe
Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Dallas
Waldburger Wouters, Brussels
William Campbell Contemporary, Fort Worth
Workplace Gallery, London


Follow artnet News on Facebook:


Want to stay ahead of the art world? Subscribe to our newsletter to get the breaking news, eye-opening interviews, and incisive critical takes that drive the conversation forward.

Share

Article topics