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  • Dallas Museum of ArtDallas Museum of Art Dallas, Texas
    The Dallas Museum of Art is located in the arts area of downtown Dallas, Texas, and started back in 1903, as the Dallas Art Association; hanging their collection of paintings in the public library. In 1909, it acquired a permanent place in the Free Public Art Gallery of Texas in Fair Park. It was then renamed the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and moved into a new art deco building in Fair Park, where it stayed from 1936 until 1984; merging with the Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art in 1963. In 1979, Dallas citizens voted for $24.8 million to build a new museum building in the arts district downtown Dallas, which opened in 1984, being renamed to its current name. It had to expand in 1984, 1989 and 1993, bringing the total square footage to 350,000 sitting on 8.9 acres of landscaping. It contains over 23,000 artworks from around the globe that spans from the ancient times to the current era. It is held in the Hamon Building collection and does include the Wendy and Emery Reves collection, plus contemporary, decorative arts relics and an expansive African collection.

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  • Nasher Sculpture CenterNasher Sculpture Center Dallas, Texas
    In 1954, Raymond and Patsy Nasher began collecting beautiful and intriguing sculptures and the collection grew into what it is today. Ray picked up Ben Shahn's Tennis Players that year, and during the early 1960s they would pick up over 150 pre-Columbian sculptures. In 1967, Patsy gave Ray Jean Arp's Torso with Buds, the first piece of modern sculpture, as a birthday gift. From those early days, this collection has grown into a marvelous vision that is available today for your perusal and certain enjoyment. In 1950, Patsy and Raymond traveled to Mexico buying their first works of sculpture that included many ethnographical and archaeological works of Latin America. Ray said that this early interest in the pre-Columbian and other tribal artworks just served to whet their appetites for more modern 3-dimensional art.

September 11, 2012