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
Please check the museum website for updated exhibition information. Scheduling may have been modified as a result of the temporary museum closure.
Pottery, rock crystals, manuscripts, miniatures, and more
Explores the production of silk and silk textiles in Ghana, Nigeria & Madagascar
Highlights the contributions of artists who immigrated to the United States
Devotional works drawn from the DMA’s Latin American collection
Charts the innovations that shaped artistic production in the mid-twentieth century
15 olive grove paintings created in 1889 during his stay at the asylum
Nearly 40 paintings & collages highlight his fascination with subjects from everyday life.
Two recently-conserved works offer new insights into his practice.
Expressionistic portrait exhibits Basquiat’s characteristic use of meaning-laden text and imagery
30 sculptures by Bosco Sodi in the Museum’s Sculpture Garden
Nearly 70 works spanning the ancient to the contemporary
24 works, spanning a century, touch historical and aesthetic highpoints in American art
80 works explore the evolution of Medellín’s sculptural practice
400+ objects explores how Cartier’s designers adapted Islamic forms and techniques