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Arts & Culture
Thu November 14, 2013
Controversial Playboy Marfa Sculpture Moving From West Texas To Dallas
The controversial Playboy Marfa sculpture is headed to Dallas.
Dallas Contemporary confirmed on its Facebook page that the West Texas piece will debut in April.
Over the summer, Playboy installed a 40-foot sign with a neon-lit bunny on Highway 90. The state ordered Playboy to remove its sign. The Texas Department of Transportation said it’s considered an advertisement and can’t be placed by a U.S. highway.
Artist Richard Phillips told CultureMap Dallas that he sees his Playboy Marfa as “a beacon, a touchstone where all these different aspects of our lives — art, politics, sex — come together without contradiction.”
Here's a video that shows Playboy Marfa: