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3 Must-See Art Exhibits in Dallas This November — Explore Sculptures and Intricate Designs

The Newest Nasher Public Work Launches in Deep Ellum

BY // 10.19.21

From grand sculptural works to the exploration of some meticulously intricate designs, carve out some time on your calendar to visit these must-see Dallas art exhibits this November.

Carol Bove: Collage Sculptures

Nasher Sculpture Center

Opened this week and on view until January 2022, “Carol Bove: Collage Sculptures” is the first major museum exhibit centering solely on Bove’s steel sculptures. The exhibit brings together nine works made over the last five years. Two were created exclusively for this presentation. The Geneva-born artist has work represented in permanent collections worldwide, including The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Don’t miss this rare collection of sculptures unique for their use of color.

 

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The newest Nasher Public exhibit is located at The Power Station in Deep Ellum. (Courtesy)

Nasher Public: Oshay Green

The Power Station, 3816 Commerce Street

From October 23 through February 2022, Dallas-based artist Oshay Green’s largest sculpture ever is on display at The Power Station in Deep Ellum. Called “Mundane Egg,” the piece is a three-dimensional lozenge formation. Taken from a chapter in Helena Blavatsky’s The Secret Doctrine, the title “Mundane Egg” works “as a metaphor for the origin of creation.”

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“Bamana Mud Cloth:​ From Mali to the World​” explores the labor intensive process of making mud cloth designs. (Courtesy)

Bamana Mud Cloth: From Mali to the World

Dallas Museum of Art

Beginning on November 13 and on view through December 2022, the Dallas Museum of Art presents a focus installation on a Bamana mud cloth. Originated among the Bamana peoples of Mali, the designs from this piece can be found around the world in different products. This installation goes in depth on the laborious process of fermented mud dyeing and how the distinctive patterns contribute to products of today.

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