Last night the Dallas Contemporary held is first art opening of 2014 featuring the works of LES MISéRABLES, Lavish, Arthur Peña, Paula Crown, and the Dallas installment of JR’s international inside out project. The art work was diverse nonetheless- one wing of the exhibit housed around 20 pairs of shoes hanging from the ceiling on bungee cords, the other a hallway of razor blades and layers of foam protruding from the walls creating a beautifully dangerous hallway of obstacles for the observers to work their way through.
On any given night, the DC is filled with art buffs and novices alike. Don’t be afraid of a snooty artsy-fartsy crowd here- the gallery exudes a young, fresh, and positive vibe.
Opening nights at the DC are always an opportunity to exhibit personal style amongst the backdrop of the art exhibitions themselves. Be sure to dress to impress, you could rub elbows with classmates, professors, or even the artist who created the works.
If the incredible art and impeccable fashion isn’t enough to bring you to the next DC opening night, the complimentary bottles of Alaskan IPA should do just the trick.
The gallery is free and open to all everyday of the week.
Take a look at some photo teasers and check out the show until March 9th, 2014.