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Yoshitomo Nara at the Dallas Contemporary

The Dallas Contemporary is exhibiting "i forgot their names and often can't remember their faces but remember their voices well," a career survey of acclaimed Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara, through August 2021. This large exhibition takes up about half of the Contemporary's physical space, and includes large, medium and small paintings and sculptures. The Dallas Contemporary recently re-opened to the public with timed reservations and other health protocols, and offers free admission, with donations accepted. We loved this exhibition and found that it was a compelling and interesting way to spend an afternoon looking at art in the Dallas Design District. Liu Xiaodong's "Borders," also on view, was amazing as well and deserves its own spotlight, which we will post soon.

Interior of Dallas Contemporary with Yoshimoto Nara art

Detail shot of Yoshimoto Nara painting on cardboard

Yoshimoto Nara Dog Sculpture Dallas Contemporary

large painting of a girl by yoshimoto nara

Photos by James Khattak


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