This small museum (compared to the huge nearby DMA) has top-notch selections from Asia. The China Porsche was fantastic!
This museum is great if Asian art is all you want to see and what's available for view is worth seeing. It is close to the Dallas Museum of Art so you can include it in your visit to Dallas.
Add this location to your Dallas visit. Most of the excellent art locations are located downtown so you may want to stay in that area.
This gem is surprisingly unknown or visited by a lot of people. It is free and fascinating with an emphasis on Asian art--art of all kinds.
Interesting exhibits (Ai Weiwei and the china Porsche), housed in a beautiful building. One of the five galleries was closed, but there was more than enough to see in the rest of the museum. Staff were friendly and warm, and the restrooms were classy.
If you are looking for an asian art museum in Downtown Dallas this is one you should not miss. Not too big but not too small either. Very interesting exhibits.
This relatively small museum in The Arts District is superb. It features a private collection assembled by local real estate developer Trammel Crow. It also hosts a continuing series of special exhibitions, which are always worthwhile. Like the Dallas Museum of Art, admission is free.
This museum was small, but very interesting. I love Asia, and really enjoyed the excellent jade pieces they had on display. The outside art pieces were very unique and interesting. This is a free event but donations are appreciated. The money goes to provide school buses for field trips for school children.
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