First Annual Dallas Art Fair

Dallas Art Fair

30 prominent national art dealers from 12 cities will exhibit paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and photographs by modern and contemporary artists at the first annual Dallas Art Fair (see complete exhibitor list below). Located at the Fashion Industry Gallery (FIG), in the revitalized downtown Arts District, this event will establish Dallas as one of the nation’s leading art centers.

Dallas Art Fair:
Friday, February 6 – Sunday, February 8, 2009


One Day General Admission: $20.00
3 Day Pass: $40.00
Students*, Seniors (62 +) or Groups 10+: $15.00
3 Day Pass for Students*, Seniors (62 +)or Groups 10+: $30.00
*Valid student ID must be shown at entry.
All tickets include an Exhibitor Program.

Tickets are available online at Tickets may also be purchased at the event site throughout the weekend. Valet parking is available across from the Fairmont hotel for $10. Cocktails served on Floor 1. ATM available up the elevator on 2. A phenomenal event.

Check out Dallas Art Fair: 12 1/2 Random Things on KERA's Art & Seek  Blog.

My favorite quote of the weekend: "Look at the art before looking at the title." Art is supposed to leave you with wonder - not answer your questions.

Flickr photos from 2009 Dallas Art Fair & Symposium.

On Saturday and Sunday, symposiums will feature panel discussions with local and international collectors, art professionals and museum curators. Tickets to the symposiums will be $35.00 and include one day admission to the art fair.

Wayne Thiebaugh

Wayne Thiebaud, Bird, 1979-1980, Aquatint, 22 x 30 Inches, Edition of 50 | Mary Ryan Gallery, New York


Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York
Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco
Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York
Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, New York
Demisch Danant, New York
Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas
Fischbach Gallery, New York
Forum Gallery, New York City/Los Angeles
James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe
Jason McCoy, Inc., New York
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte
Jim Kempner Fine Arts, New York
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco
John Szoke Editions, New York
Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York
Leslie Feely Fine Art, New York
Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin
Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc., New York
Mary-Anne Martin/Fine Art, New York
Meredith Long & Company, Houston
Michael Steinberg Fine Art, New York
Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
Pace Prints, New York
Peter Fetterman Gallery, Los Angeles
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago
Texas Gallery, Houston
Thomas Segal Gallery, Baltimore
Valley House Gallery Inc. & Sculpture Garden, Dallas
William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis/Santa Fe
William Campbell Contemporary, Fort Worth

Fashion Industry Gallery
1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201

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