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I'm living here in Dallas and DMA is my place to go to see some interesting stuff.
There is a workshop for kids, and a garden to explore, sometimes there is movie exhibition in the backyard. I recommend. Bring some money to spend at the...More
My daughter and I were looking for something new to do on a rainy Saturday. What a great find! So many different collections of art. Great way to spend a few hours. They have an outdoor sculpture garden however it was closed due to rainy...More
Berthe Morisot, Woman Impressionist exhibition was so impressive and vast. The exhibit offered pieces from private collections, Paris and Tokyo. These beautiful works covered most of her career and the text plates gave wonderful information.
The permenent collection was amazing and I loved the Wendy...More
I love coming here regularly. They have great art coming from all over the world. I've seen art here that I saw in NYC, or Boston, or Denver or Chicago museums. So happy that Dallas is curating great collections. Upcoming famous clothing designer coming up...More
We attended a wedding at the Dallas Museum of Art and what an event! The ceremony was held in the outdoor garden and the reception was inside. The grounds were beautiful and they did such a great job with the set up considering it had...More
Very popular show on DIOR over the last few decades opens on May 15. Right now B Morrisette Fabulous French impressionist is being featured with one of the most extensive views of her work. Just beautiful. For DIOR they will have timed tickets. You can...More
This was a wonderful exhibit. It covered her life as well as her
paintings and discussed the difficulties women had in trying to have a painting career in the days of the Victorians. Anybody who thinks women are oppressed now should experience living in the...More
My business meeting ended earlier so I decided to check out this museum. Coming from NYC, this art museum is not extensive like the Met; but in my opinion, it was the perfect size for someone to spend an hour or two without feeling too...More
We’ve been here before, but we drove six hours to especially see the Berte Morisot exhibit from Paris. It contained 70 paintings, many from private collections that we had never seen. We also visited the Wendy Reves collection - don’t miss it either. Unfortunately the...More