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June 2019- Dallas

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OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 20 T he entry site is open for the 2019 PaperCity Design Awards, with Dallas Design District and Dunhill Partners, which recognizes outstanding i n t e r i o r design; interior a r c h i t e c t u r e ; retail, restaurant, a n d g a l l e r y design; landscape design; historical preservation; and furniture, product, and textile design, along with other categories. The PaperCity Design Awards is open to all Dallas-area interior designers, architects, landscape designers, and product and textile designers, regardless of professional affiliation, who are encouraged to enter projects across 17 categories. The awards ceremony to announce the winning entries is Wednesday, October 9. Winning entries will be published in the January 2020 PaperCity Decoration + Art issue, circulation 60,000. Judges to be announced. The PaperCity Design Awards kicks off Texas Design Week Dallas, Monday through Friday, October 7 through 11 — a week-long celebration of design with panel discussions, salon talks, book signings, and cocktails with some of the most recognized names in the design business. Confirmed appearances include Jeffrey Bilhuber at Wells Abbott Showroom, Tom Sheerer and Lisa Fine at James Showroom, and Timothy Corrigan at David Sutherland Showroom, as well as Dean Rhys-Morgan with a Jeremiah Goodman exhibition, Alex Hitz, and Carl Dellatore, with additional appearances to be announced. Explore the 2019 Dallas PaperCity Design Awards categories and submit your entries at designawards. Entry period closes Monday, September 16. For Texas Design Week Dallas sponsorship opportunities, email For the most updated schedule for Texas Design Week Dallas, go to; Texas Design Week general inquiries, tap I t's been more than 20 years since a major museum has focused on Impressionist master Claude Monet's final decade of painting. The Kimbell Art Museum pays homage to this period through the exhibition "Monet: The Late Years." More than 50 paintings, brought together from collections spanning the globe, examine Monet's signature style from 1913 to the bolder, more abstract works he created until his death in 1926. Rest assured, the grouping includes more than 20 of his adored water-lily paintings. But prepare to be surprised by relatively unknown panoramic canvases sprawling alongside intimate works straight from his easel. The exhibition — curated by Kimbell deputy director George T.M. Shackelford and co-organized by its only two venues, the Kimbell and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco — follows upon Shackelford's critically acclaimed show "Monet: The Early Years," presented in 2016-2017 at both museums. "Monet: The Late Years," June 16 – September 15, at the Kimbell Art Museum, Billy Fong MONET'S GLORIOUS LAST CHAPTER PAPERCITY DESIGN AWARDS AND TEXAS DESIGN WEEK DALLAS 2019 P ainter Hunt Slonem, known for his abstract tropical birds, turtles, and most famously bunnies, has collaborated with Vilebrequin on bunny-scribbled swim trunks. Hop to it. $280, at Vilebrequin, HOP ON IT Tom Scheerer Timothy Corrigan Lisa Fine Carl Dellatore Alex Hitz Dean Rhys-Morgan Jeffrey Bilhuber MUSÉE D'ORSAY, PARIS Claude Monet's Water Lilies and Agapanthus, 1914-17 MUSÉE MARMOTTAN MONET, PARIS Claude Monet at home in Giverny, 1921

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