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DALLAS CONTEMPORARY X SHEPARD FAIREY
Dallas Contemporary has invited Shepard to create a series of murals throughout the city with a focus on West Dallas. Shepard and the OBEY GIANT crew will be in Dallas the week prior to Feb 4th. If you are in the neighborhood be on the look out for the OBEY GIANT experience and please show your support to the Dallas Contemporary.
In celebration of the mural project, on Feb 4th, the Dallas Contemporary will host the first annualPHENOMENON, an over-the-top, neon-inspired dance party. Shepard will provide the music for guests in the Dallas Contemporary galleries, just days after completing his murals. A Limited Edition Print, Posters, and other collectibles will be available at the contemporary. For the tickets and more details on the week’s events please visit, http://dallascontemporary.org/
Chit Chat: A discussion between Artist and Curator
SHEPARD FAIREY & PEDRO ALONZO
Thursday 2 February
MEMBERS-ONLY Book Signing Event
Discussion – FREE to the public
PHENOMENON featuring SHEPARD FAIREY
Saturday 4 February, 9.00 pm – midnight
Dallas Contemporary invites you to be part of this year’s PHENOMENON: a vibrant commencement to Shepard Fairey’s remarkable February 2012 exhibition. Event co-chairs Meghan Looney, Bradley Agather and Hannah Hoffman promise an unforgettable celebration that will leave guests in awe. The neon-themed dance extravaganza with live DJ’d music by Shephard Fairey will take place just hours after the completion of the artist’s citywide mural project. A selection of Dallas’s best and favorite food trucks will be pulled-up to serve guests, and the Shepard Fairey-OBEY pop-up shop will be on site featuring signed posters, books and OBEY clothing items. Join Dallas Contemporary in welcoming the phenomenal Shepard Fairey to Dallas.
Event Co-Chairs: Bradley Agather, Meghan Looney, and Hannah Hoffman
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
PHENOMENON supports Dallas Contemporary exhibition and learning programs.
For the tickets and more details on the week’s event please visit, http://dallascontemporary.org/