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Where to wander during Dallas Gallery Day.
The fifth annual Dallas Gallery Day is upon us. And while there’s tons of great Dallas galleries opening their doors from noon to 8 p.m., here are some of our favorites for you to hit up:
The Public Trust, 2271 Monitor Street
Russian artist Daria Lapto’s work is like nothing you’ve ever seen. Daria and her whimsical pieces are already an Instagram sensation and remind us of something from a pastel-colored fever dream. The more than 20 dolls are all up for purchase, which only leaves us with one question: which one would we want to come alive at night in our bedroom?
Barry Whistler Gallery, 315 Cole Street #120
“Good Dogs on Nice Furniture” by William Wegman features the artists famous subjects—his pair of Weimaraners, Flo and Topper—in all their glory. And while the pups will have you wishing for a silver duo of your own, the furniture featured in the shots (think Eames chairs) will have you craving a home makeover, too.
Erin Cluley Gallery, 414 Fabrication Street
Brookyn-based JM Rizzi’s “The Sanest Days are Mad” will be adorning the walls as you wander through this Trinity Groves gallery. Rizzi’s neo-abstract style reinterprets the scale of motion and style used by early abstract expressionist artists with an urban technique and flair.
For a full list of galleries participating, click here.