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selections to be gifted to the DMA. Once again, the opening afternoon- into-evening champagne fête, Thursday, April 21, is the place to be for collecting action, camaraderie, and art buzz. Peruse these pages for images of some of the artworks that have caught our editors' eyes. Also watch for our digital preview at Here's a short list of recommended booths: global powerhouse Perrotin; iconic-to- cool NYC dealers Kasmin and Karma; European bastions of important discourse Hales Gallery, London, and Kerlin Gallery, in from Dublin; and L.A. outposts of cool Anat Ebgi, Louis Stern Fine Arts, Night Gallery, Luis De Jesus, and Various Small Fires (L.A., Seoul), which also unveils a permanent Dallas space timed to the opening of the fair. (We'll be catching up with VSF's Esther Kim Varet in the coming weeks for an in-depth profile.) The lineup of 15 Texas-HQed galleries is stellar, and all are worthy of investigation: Design District pioneer Conduit Gallery, Cris Worley Fine Arts, Erin Cluley Gallery (check out Kevin Todora's new take on photography), Sicardi Ayers Bacino (museum-caliber Latin American offerings), influential Inman Gallery, McClain Gallery (ask to see works by color-field great Dorothy Hood), edgy Bill Arning Exhibitions, fresh sister act 12.26, Galleri Urbane, Keijsers Koning (where we're tracking SMU MFA grad William Burton Binnie's noir-like image-making), Peter Augustus (for Asian contemporary), historic Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden, William Campbell Gallery, Sputnik Modern (mid-century design), and new fair arrival Martha's Contemporary from Austin. This fair is always morphing forward. On what's novel this year, Cornell says, "We're working with more design galleries as we develop our foothold in the world of design. We also have a notable increase of exhibiting galleries from Mexico [Drexel Galería, Proyecto H, Galería Curro, Saenger Galería]. These galleries have been doing some of the most exciting work in the field." Stay tuned. Dallas Art Fair. April 21 – 24; Early Access Champagne Soirée, Thursday, April 21, 4 to 8 pm, supporting Dallas Contemporary, Dallas Museum of Art, and Nasher Sculpture Center; Clockwise from top left: Seydou Keïta's Sans titre (Odalisque),1956-1957, at Galerie Frank Elbaz. Pablo Santibañez's Untitled, 2022, at Drexel Galería. Akos Ezer's Procession, 2021, at Galerie Droste. Andy Warhol's Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1977, at Schacky Art & Advisory. Laura Karetzky's Of Points and Palms, 2022, at Luis De Jesus. 47

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