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September 2018- Dallas

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Gréaud staged the gallery as a fi ctional civilization's natural history museum, titled The Unplayed Notes Museum, which was then attacked and partially destroyed by actors, as directed by the artist. A few dilettantes in the room had no idea that it was staged, while the more astute guests enjoyed the edginess of the experience. 9. The Venice Biennale. In 2017, Dallas Contemporary became the fi rst U.S. art institution ever invited to participate in the renowned international art extravaganza, co-curating the Ukranian pavilion. 10. Let's call them a most dynamic duo: director Peter Doroshenko and former deputy director and chief curator, Justine Ludwig, who were responsible for bringing everything from contemporary fashion (Mary Katrantzou's retrospective) to fi gurative masters (Eric Fischl) to photographers (Bruce Weber, Mario Testino) into Dallas Contemporary's hallowed halls. Richard Phillips' Playboy Bunny, 2013 Mario Testino Peter Doroshenko, 2014 Julian Schnabel, 2014

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