Friday, May 31 | 4 – 5:30pm
Parallel Views: Italian and Japanese Art from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s aims to show connections between the work of a diverse range of artists from two different geographic locations – Italy and Japan – during the early post-war period. Artists from groups such as Arte Povera, Gutai, and Mono-ha will be included in the installation. Works on view are part of The Cindy & Howard Rachofsky Collection, The Vernon E. Faulconer Collection, and/or the Dallas Museum of Art. Many of these artists have not been shown prominently throughout the United States, and along with the Dallas Museum of Art, The Warehouse is making a concerted effort to present this exciting and important material to an American audience.
The installation will take place at The Warehouse – a new art space developed by the Rachofsky’s and the Faulconer’s. The Warehouse is a newly renovated industrial building with 16 galleries and 18,000 square feet of exhibition space, all lit with natural light by skylights.
This exclusive event is open only to members of the McKinney Avenue Contemporary’s Professionals & Artist Collective (MAC PAC). For information about becoming a member and attending this event, please visit here.