Sci-fi Op Art + Baroque Photography: In the Dallas Design District, Laura Rathe Fine Art‘s opening this Saturday dynamically pairs NASA-commissioned Andreas Nottebohm of the futuristic metal discs with Christy Lee Rogers‘ nudes swirling in bodies of water, which evoke the Baroque in scale and attitude (through January 3).
Knitted Splendors: We are smitten with the conceptually smart work of Brazilian/Pompidou-exhibited Ana Maria Tavares: Art Works and Projects, showcased in “Euryale Amazonica,” at Sicardi Gallery. Tavares conjures micro worlds and miniature pieces of architecture from humble, lacy and intricate needlework (through December 20).
Does Jeffrey Grove have the most unerring eye in Texas? The Dallas Museum of Art’s man at the top of the contemporary curatorial pyramid — officially senior curator of special projects & research — is envied for his ambitious, confident and serenely choreographed installations. What makes the DMA’s chief talent scout tick? Executive editor art Read