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September 2015 - Dallas

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The Sun and Moon Set with Success What: The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family Soluna: International Music & Arts Festival. Where: Dallas Arts District. Who: Dallas Symphony Orchestra president and CEO Jonathan Martin; music director Jaap van Zweden; festival director Anna- Sophia van Zweden; artistic heavyweights Yael Bartana, Natalia Sacasa, Pipilotti Rist, Jean Shin, Muriel Quancard, Kevin Beasley, and Francisco Moreno. PC Moment: The inaugural festival was jam-packed with awe-evoking performances, inspiring collaborations, commissioned installations and debut exhibitions. Spanning the entire Arts District, the symphonic three weeks featured incredible talents in both music and visual arts and certainly set the bar high for years to come. Jane Rozelle COURTESY OF SOLUNA Jan Miller, Anna-Sophia van Zweden Jaap van Zweden, Ronald Guttman St. Vincent, Karina Canellakis Cindy & Howard Rachofsky John Reoch, Kenny Goss This is not an offer to sell, or solicitation of offers to buy condominium units in states where such offer of solicitation cannot be made. Custom Homes in the Sky Finish Outs by: Crescent Estates Custom Homes & Sharif Munir Custom Homes 2 3 0 0 W O L F S T R E E T • D A L L A S Call to schedule your private tour. 2 1 4 . 3 2 6 . 2 5 7 5 26259Stoneleigh_PaperCityAd.indd 1 8/3/15 3:20 PM Irresistibly PaperCity's monthly look at the products, events, services and more that we find irresistible! 1506 Market Center Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207 214.748.9070 30 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003 The MewS haS MoveD The source for exquisite antiquités & decorations from Paris to Prague in the Design District. ThoughTfullY CuraTeD for The DiSCerNiNg ColleCTor KawS's Companion Passing Through will be featured in Paddle8's monthly house Sale of art, design and collectibles. September 18 – 29 | antiquités & decorations

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