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April 2019- Dallas

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ERIN MATHEWS 214.520.8300 ERIN@ERINHOME.COM THE RESIDENT EXPERT OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 28 C aroline Andrieu has an impressive academic pedigree, with time at Paris' Ateliers de Sèvres a n d E P S A A ( É c o l e Professionnelle Supérieure d'Arts Graphiques et d'Architecture). Her professional portfolio is also stunning, due to 11 years as an art director at Condé Nast France, where she worked for Vogue Paris, GQ France, and Glamour Paris. Focusing now on illustration — mainly portraits — with an eye towards the catwalk, Andrieu's clients include Chanel, Burberry, and Boucheron. Her poetically pretty drawings come stateside this month AN ILLUSTRATED VIEW as part of a group show at The Public Trust, which will introduce a pack of new artists to the gallery's program, including Miya Ando and Mick Rock. The Public Trust, 2042 Irving Blvd., trustthepublic. com. Billy Fong SEEING MAGENTA: MANHATTAN/DALLAS INSIDER D allas native Olivia Smith — an SMU grad, now director of eagerly watched Lower East Side art space Magenta Plains — returns to the Dallas Art Fair (see page 64) this month, bringing her gallery's signature cross-pollination across generations of art makers. Smith told PaperCity about plans for its second time out: "It's important for me to reconnect with my hometown and share the technically stunning and historically significant works of 88-year-old Don Dudley and 31-year-old emerging artist Anne Libby. Libby's aluminum outdoor sculptures articulate the ornamental materiality B esides being one of the largest art books in my library, Keith Carter: Fifty Years is also the most immersive. The bold cover and DJ Stout's deft design transport the reader into Carter's unique world — the animals, human inhabitants, and coastal marsh and swamp forest enveloping Beaumont, Texas. $65, through area booksellers, and Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery, where the accompanying exhibition is on view through Saturday, May 4. Catherine D. Anspon THE PRIMORDIAL BEAUTY OF KEITH CARTER COUNTRY of global mass production with nimble and elegant repose, while Dudley's machine-like surfaces are transformed into sophisticated, repeating geometric forms. Last year, we found that Dallas' trailblazing arts patrons are especially receptive to conceptually and materially complex artworks, and they are willing to spend the time to get to know an artist that is new to them." Catherine D. Anspon Caroline Andrieu's Vittoria Ceretti Chanel Couture SS 2019 Olivia Smith DONALD STAHL

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