Located in the Dallas Arts District, the museum houses a collection of more than 24,000 works of art from the 3rd millennium to the present day.
American, European, Asian, African, Pre-Columbian/Pacific Rim, and Ancient Mediterranean works are included. The Museum also houses the Center for Creative Connections (also known as C3), a 12,000-square-foot space featuring the museum’s collections and artists’ and community partners’ responses to them.
Pottery, rock crystals, manuscripts, miniatures, and more
Examples of garments and ornamental hangings from India, Central Asia, China, and Japan
Large mural narrates the history of the Hopi people
Works survey the prolific and provocative career of the late artist
50 works reveal an artistic identity distinct from that of her celebrated sibling
Everyday objects and phrases transformed into historically referential works of art
Artwork by female artists between the late 18th and early 20th centuries
Masterwoks in painting, sculpture, and works on paper
60+ paintings attempt to “fix something of the passing moment.”
Recent works in diverse media, forms, and objectives
Works sought to mimic a streamlined, “machined” aesthetic
Special installation of works by German artists in the Museum's collection
Works by artists who captured the impact of industrialization on urban life
Works shed light on a practice that is both deeply personal and universal