Dallas Contemporary | KERA News

Dallas Contemporary

Shutterstock

Five stories that have North Texas talking: How North Texas cities skew on the political spectrum, twists and turns over the I-345 debate, the Dallas Contemporary's Erin Cluley will be opening her own gallery, and more.

Jerome Weeks / KERA News

Dallas Contemporary opened four shows over the weekend, including one by Dallas artist Arthur Peña.

The show caps off what has been a productive period for the young painter who works in West Dallas, KERA’s Jerome Weeks reports on Art&Seek.

Salvation Army

Five stories that have North Texas talking: the sound of the season on your iPhone, a controversial sculpture is moving to Dallas, Garrison Keillor is in town, and more:

Matt Baker/mattybravo / Flickr

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.