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10 KIMBELL ART MUSEUM This autumn, the Kimbell Art Museum will partner with the Palais Galliera, the distinguished fashion museum of the city of Paris, to present Balenciaga in Black, an exhibition of more than 100 pieces from the collections of the Galliera and the archives of the Maison Balenciaga, Oct. 7–Jan. 6. Concurrently, Goya in Black and White will explore the evolution of the artist’s graphic work in all media. kimbellart.org 11 LATINO CULTURAL CENTER Travel to Brazil will disseminate the historical and present-day uniqueness of the South American country by emphasizing dance, artistic folklores, and martial arts, Oct. 5–6. On Oct. 17, Cine de Oro presents the smash hit Coco. Join the LLC for their next installment of Cine de Oro featuring The House at the End of Time on Nov. 21. lcc.dallasculture.org 12 MEADOWS MUSEUM Murillo at the Meadows: A 400th Anniversary Celebration runs through Dec. 2. Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936 is the first exhibition of the artist to focus solely on his cabinet paintings. Aliyah: A Moment in Jewish History, featuring a complete set of 25 lithographs by Salvador Dalí, runs through Dec. 9. Image: Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904–1989), Portrait of a Woman, 1934, oil on panel, 10 x 7.375 in. Private collection. © 2018 Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, Artists Rights Society. Photograph Courtesy of Sotheby’s, Inc. © 2016. meadowsmuseumdallas.org 13 MODERN ART MUSEUM OF FORT WORTH Laurie Simmons: Big Camera/Little Camera, Oct. 14–Jan. 27, showcases the artist’s photographs spanning the last four decades, from 1976 to the present, a small selection of sculpture, and two films. themodern.org 14 MUSEUM OF BIBLICAL ART Barbara Hines: Celebration of Survival is on display through Oct. 31. Hines’ work is inspired by stories from the Torah and conveys her deep commitment to sharing the beauty of Israel and using art as a way to bring understanding and peace. biblicalarts.org

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15 NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER The Nature of Arp provides a look at the achievements of Jean (Hans) Arp (1886–1966), one of the most important artists of the modern era. As a founder of the international Dada movement during World War I, Arp pioneered the use of chance, spontaneity, and collaboration as artistic processes and subsequently developed a vocabulary of curving, organic forms that was to become the lingua franca for several generations of artists. Through Jan. 6. French artist Anne Le Troter will consider the ethics of eugenics in a linguistic score and site-specific installation in Sightings: Anne Le Troter, Oct. 27–Feb. 17. Soundings: New Music at the Nasher presents Orpheus Unsung on Oct. 24. Image: Jean Arp, Plant Hammer (Terrestrial Forms), 1916, painted wood, 24.5 x 19.5 x 3.36 in. Collection of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag © 2018 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. Photo courtesy Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. nashersculpturecenter.org 16 PEROT MUSEUM Ultimate Dinosaurs reveals rarely seen, exotic species that evolved in isolation in South America, Africa, and Madagascar, through Jan. 6. Dates for Sleepovers include Oct. 26 Spooktacular Sleepover and Nov. 16 the Wizarding Science Sleepover. 3D movie screenings include Museum Alive 3D through Sep. 3, Waking the T. Rex 3D through Jan. 6, Oceans: Our Blue Planet 3D through May 23, 2019, and America’s Musical Journey 3D through May 23, 2019. perotmuseum.org 17 TYLER MUSEUM OF ART Apertures of the Mind: Works by Abhidnya Ghuge, through Dec. 2, is the first large-scale museum exhibition showcasing recent works by the University of Texas at Tyler art history professor and former physician and will feature woodblock prints and 3D seaforms primarily inspired by traditional Indian henna colors and patterns. This & That: Recent Acquisitions features more than 30 works dispersed from the permanent collection of the Contemporary Austin. This exhibition will showcase the highlights of these and other recently acquired pieces for the Tyler Museum’s permanent collection, including works by Otis Dozier, Michael Frary, Larry Graeber, and Julie Speed through Jan. 6. tylermuseum.org

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PATRON'S 7th Anniversary Issue  

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