Designed for the Instagram generation, this 1,200-square-foot experiential art and retail pop-up runs May 18, to June 30, 2018, in Victory Park in Dallas. Visitors will move through five, interactive rooms at Sweet Tooth Hotel based on popular treats. Be sure to look out for surprises in each room. More importantly, make sure your hashtag game is ready.
Fans of the avant-garde will enjoy Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida, which features 66 works of sculpture, drawing, collage, gravitations, graphic works, and a small selection of the artist’s books. The exhibit, located on the Southern Methodist University campus, runs until June 3, 2018.
Now through December 2, 2018, DMA visitors can experience an exhibit that features a mural painting by Hopi artists Michael Kabotie and Delbridge Honanie—making its first display outside of Arizona. Hopi Visions: Journey of the Human Spirit measures five-feet tall by 48-feet wide and is inspired by pre-European contact wall paintings and tells the story of the Hopi people. Visitors can also see other Hopi artifacts during the exhibition, such as bowls and and dolls.
Dallas Museum of Art, Courtesy: @rachello26
As a guitar player, this is one interactive exhibit I’m especially excited to visit. GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World features three sections: the science of sound; the evolution, engineering, and design of the guitar; and its cultural impact. This all-ages exhibit running until May 6 showcases more than 70 guitars, including the world’s largest playable guitar.
From the Lands of Asia: The Sam and Myrna Myers Collection will feature more than 400 objects from China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, Tibet, and Vietnam from a collection that has never been exhibited publicly. Running March 4, to August 19, 2018, visitors can see a variety of items such as precious stones to textiles to costumes that showcase Central Asian history.
I remember being floored by Ron Mueck’s realistic, large sculptures in 2007, when the Modern first presented them. Now, the museum brought in more of his work on display until May 6, 2018, for a special exhibit titled New Works that features six sculptures created between 2008 and 2018—including two that are making their North American debut.
Grant Wood is most famous for his American Gothic painting. As part of the Grant Wood and the American Heartland: Prints & Works on Paper exhibit, 19 prints and works on paper from Wood and other Regionalist artists, such as Thomas Hart Benton, John Bloom, and John Steuart Curry, will be presented for visitors to view. This free exhibit runs April 7 through July 1.
Featured Image of Sweet Tooth Hotel; Courtesy: Chelsea Delzell