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Four x Five

Part-Physical, Part-Virtual Exhibition Featuring Nine International Galleries

On View November 11-25, 2020 at Dallas Art Fair Projects and CulturePlace.com

The physical exhibition is on view exclusively at Dallas Art Fair Projects in the Dallas Design District. It features predominantly solo artist presentations from four participating galleries: Keijsers Koning (New York), Magenta Plains (New York), Night Gallery (Los Angeles), and Perrotin (Paris, New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai). Keijsers Koning showcases a selection of paintings by Jimmy Baker, William Burton Binnie, and Stefanie Popp. Magenta Plains presents expressive, never-before-seen paintings by New York-based Nathaniel Robinson, while Night Gallery offers four monochrome paintings exploring the contemporary American experience by Baltimore-based painter Cynthia Daignault. Perrotin presents all new embroidered and neon wall works by celebrated Mexican artist Gabriel Rico.

The virtual exhibition is presented via Culture Place, the Dallas Art Fair’s permanent digital platform it launched in July this year after the success of the fair’s inaugural virtual edition in April. It features five participating galleries: Beatriz Esguerra Art (Bogotá, Miami), Galerie Droste (Wuppertal and Paris), Kerlin Gallery (Dublin), SOCO Gallery (Charlotte), and Taubert Contemporary (Berlin).


Physical Exhibition 
On view at Dallas Art Fair Projects from November 11-25, 2020
150 Manufacturing Street, Suite 214, Dallas, TX 75207
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm.
November 11-13: By appointment 

In order to protect the safety of visitors and staff and to help stop the spread of COVID-19, advance appointments are recommended but not required. A limited number of people will be allowed in the space at one time. To make an appointment, please email sarah@dallasartfair.com with your preferred date and time. Wearing a mask is required while in the gallery and visitors are asked to practice social distancing. We look forward to welcoming you safely!

Virtual Exhibition
On view 24/7 from November 11-25, 2020