Upcoming Event: Dallas Art Fair

Beatriz Esguerra Art

One of the most highly anticipated events of the year, The Dallas Art Fair, will be taking place on April 11-14, 2019.


It offers collectors, art professionals, and the public to engage with a rich selection of modern and contemporary artworks presented by leading national and international galleries, as stated in press materials.


The Art Fair will be held at the Fashion Industry Gallery in the Dallas Arts District. Home to some of the most incredible performing and visual arts organizations, the district will showcase an exhibition space that sprawls over 70,000 square feet.


Amenities within the mid-century modern building include customized booths, polished concrete floors, natural lighting, and a spacious lobby.


Through the annual Dallas Art Fair Preview Event, they’ve raised over $1 million for beneficiaries.

What started in 2016 with $50,000 was doubled to $100,000 in 2017. As the fair evolves and grows, it has left a greater footprint in the city of Dallas.

“Our new project space will open even more doors for our partners and exhibitors, and is a testament to our commitment to providing high-quality cultural programming for the city even when the fair is over” – John Suhgrue, Dallas Art Fair Chairman


Some of the many exhibitors include:

Beatriz Esguerra Art, Bogotá and Miami

Beatriz Esguerra Art is pleased to participate in the Dallas Art Fair, featuring works by major Colombian artists: Fernando Botero, Ricardo Cardenas, Pedro Ruiz and Hugo Zapata in dialogue with gallery artists Armando Castro, Carolina Convers, Teresa Currea, Max Steven Grossman and Elsa Zambrano.

Albertz Benda, New York

Albertz Benda opened in Fall 2015 and is devoted to a contemporary visual arts program focusing on rediscoveries as well as new introductions: from seminal figures in their field – such as Bill Beckley, Ed Moses and John Mason – whose work warrants further exploration, to debut presentations of artists that are new to New York, among them two-time Archibald Prize winner Del Kathryn Barton, and 2017 Venice Biennale artist Fiete Stolte.

Eduardo Secci Gallery, Florence

The Eduardo Secci Gallery in Florence, Italy, has hosted a series of innovative and cutting edge exhibitions, characterized by different genres and expressive mediums, and has also focused itself on representing contemporary artists, emerging and established, on both a national and international scale, supporting their works in institutional projects as well as other ones conceived for the Gallery’s spaces.

Galerie frank elbaz, Paris and Dallas

The galerie frank elbaz opened in 2002 in the district of Le Marais in Paris, and in 2016, inaugurated a second space in Dallas, Texas. The gallery promotes French creation by presenting works by Davide Balula, Rainier Lericolais, Bernard Piffaretti and more. Simultaneously, the gallery offers a foresight into the American scene, showing works of artists such as Sheila Hicks, Kaz Oshiro, Mungo Thomson or Blair Thurman.

Harlan Levey Projects, Belgium

Harlan Levey Projects was established in 2011 as a project space, which collaborated with artists, curators, galleries and governmental associations. Today, the gallery works closely with innovative emerging and mid-career artists, facilitating exhibitions, educational programming and artist driven services.

Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai

Lawrie Shabibi is a contemporary art gallery housed  in Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue. The gallery supports the long-term development of the careers of young international contemporary artists with a focus on those from the Middle East and North Africa. The gallery also organizes art historical exhibitions working with an older generation of artists from the region.

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