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Ana Mazzei, Cogumelo III, 2021

Wood, 22 x 34.5 x 7 cm

With an increasing number of people relocating to Texas from places like New York and California, Dallas Art Fair director Kelly Cornell recently remarked in Artnet, Dallas' art scene is on the cusp of a major expansion.

The arrival of galleries from far and wide at this year's Dallas Art Fair reflects this, including Perrotin, Anat Ebgi, and Kerlin Gallery, among many more. Below is a selection of eye-catching pieces from across the fair.


Ana Mazzei at Green Art Gallery

Traversing sculpture, installation, sound, print, and photography, Brazilian artist Ana Mazzei embraces multiple media to create her dreamlike pieces.

Drawing from literature, theatre, and architecture, her exhibitions come together as 'cohesive yet untethered tableaux' in which the viewer is integral, as Stephanie Bailey recently reported in Ocula Magazine on the occasion of the artist's solo exhibition at Green Art Gallery in Dubai earlier this year.

Since graduating from her MA in Visual Poetics at UNICAMP in Brazil in 2010, the artist has presented her work in solo exhibitions at galleries and institutions including Galeria Jacqueline Martins, Carlos/Ishikawa, Sesc Pompeia, and Almine Rech.

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