5 Best Booths at the Dallas Art Fair, From Cowboy Rococo to Intimate Visions of Aging 

“If you look at the way Texans dress, you know what kind of work they like,” one attendee of the Dallas Art Fair said of other buyers present at the VIP preview. Which is to say, bold and colorful as a tropical bird. Gallerists bringing work to the Dallas Art Fair pick works accordingly, bringing big, representational works, mostly paintings—you’ll see little sculpture and nearly no photography at the DAF.

Founded by John Sughrue and Chris Byrne in 2009, DAF is one of the most successful, independent fairs in America, bringing together collectors and artists to an often under-appreciated art scene. But like other regional fairs, such as Expo Chicago, things have been a little quieter this year, though anything looks quiet in comparison to the boom the art market went through in the past two years. Twelve works were acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art through the Dallas Art Foundation Fund. Below are our pick of the standout presentations.

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Source: artnews.com

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