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Dallas Art Fair Announces Exhibitors for 2019 Edition - January 29, 2019

The Dallas Art Fair has announced their exhibitors list for its 2019 edition. The 11th annual fair will feature nearly 100 exhibitors from 30 cities around the globe. Among the key first-time exhibitors are European galleries like Blain|Southern (London and Berlin), Sadie Coles HQ (London), and Lisson Gallery (London and New York). The fair also announced plans to deepen its footprint in the city with a permanent project space in the Design District, which will stage year-round exhibitions and programming from its exhibitors and partners. “This year, we feel the fair’s impact on Dallas more than ever,” John Sughrue, Dallas Art Fair chairman, said in a statement. “Our new project space will open even more doors for our partners and exhibitors, and is a testament to our commitment to providing high-quality cultural programming for the city even when the fair is over.” The fair will take place within the Fashion Industry Gallery in the Dallas Arts District from April 11-14, 2019. The full exhibitor list follows below. Altman Siegel, San Francisco Albertz Benda, New York Anat Egbi, Los Angeles And Now, Dallas Blain|Southern, London and Berlin Beatriz Esguerra Art, Bogotá and Miami Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco CANADA, New York Carbon 12, Dubai Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago Cassina Projects, New York Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables, Florida Christine Park Gallery, New York Conduit Gallery, Dallas Cris Worley Fine Arts, Dallas David B. Smith Gallery, Denver Denny Dimin Gallery, New York DIVISION Gallery, Toronto Drexel Galeria, Monterrey Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Florence Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas Franklin Parrasch, New York Fridman Gallery, New York galerie frank elbaz, Paris and Dallas Galerie Lelong, New York and Paris Galleri Urbane Marfa + Dallas, Dallas Gallery 12.26, Dallas Gallery Henoch, New York Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles Green Art Gallery, Dubai Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco Hales Gallery, New York and London Half Gallery, New York Harlan Levey Projects, Belgium Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York Inman Gallery, Houston James Barron Gallery, Kent, CT James Cohan, New York Jane Lombard Gallery, New York Javier Lopez and Fer Frances, Madrid Josh Lilley, London Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York KARMA, New York Kerlin Gallery, Dublin Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai Library Street Collective, Detroit Liliana Bloch Gallery, Dallas Lisson Gallery, London and New York LMAK Gallery, New York Luce Gallery, Turin Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles Magenta Plains, New York Marlborough, London and New York Marvin Gardens, New York McClain Gallery, Houston Miles McEnery, New York Morán Morán, Los Angeles Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art, Houston Nathalie Karg, New York Nicelle Beauchene, New York Night Gallery, Los Angeles Parrasch Heijnen, Los Angeles Partners & Mucciaccia, London and Singapore PDNB Gallery, Dallas Perrotin, New York, Paris, Shanghai, Seoul, Hong Kong and Tokyo Pitt Projects, Manchester Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York Ronchini Gallery, London Sadie Coles HQ, London Sapar Contemporary, New York Sean Horton Presents, Dallas Sicardi|Ayers|Bacino, Houston Simon Lee Gallery, London, New York and Hong Kong Sputnik Modern, Dallas Susan Inglett Gallery, New York Taubert Contemporary, Berlin The Hole, New York The Landing, Los Angeles Thierry Goldberg, New York TJ Boulting, London Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe TOTAH, New York Ulterior Gallery, New York Whitestone Gallery, Hong Kong, Taipei, Tokyo and Karuizawa William Campbell Contemporary Art, Fort Worth Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Dallas Van Doren Waxter, New York Voloshyn Gallery, Kiev Yumiko Chiba Associates, Tokyo Zieher Smith, New York

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