David Salle's "Parallax View," 2013, exemplifies the artist's split-screen painting trope. Courtesy the artist and Skarstedt, NYC
David Salle's "Watteau," 2012, incorporates the velvet rope and ceramics. Collection Ricardo Kugelmas, São Paulo.
Richard Phillips and David Salle in the Dallas Contemporary's Chit Chat
The Dallas Contemporary's solo for David Salle drew throngs to its opening night. Shown: Christy Karll, Catherine Anspon, Sharon Korpiva, Deborah Colton with Salle's "Camus," 2010. Collection Jennifer and David Stockman, Aspen.
Here is an appetizer to the banquet of important smart fare that defines Dallas Arts Week. Scenes follow from the truly remarkable David Salle exhibition at the Dallas Contemporary, as well as as a coterie of Houston collectors in the house at the Dallas Art Fair Preview Gala. For our full report, tune to the “Framed” blog Tuesday, April 14.