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February/March 2015

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16 ATTABOY The world of antiques shopping is shaking off the cobwebs and entering the Digital Age. With The HighBoy, a new curated marketplace for fine art and antiques, dealers Olga Granda-Scott and Douglas Scott have taken their Miami showroom online—and now they're inviting other dealers and designers to join them. Because everything—even art—is bigger in Texas, this April, when Dallas Art Week takes over the city, one of the highlights will be MTV RE:DEFINE, celebrating British innovator Michael Craig-Martin. The auction and gala event is just one of many that art week visitors can attend with a single ticket: the dallpass. The $1,500 pass also offers VIP access to the Dallas Art Fair, which brings more than 90 galleries from around the world to the revitalized downtown Arts District, as well as a celebra tion at Dallas Contemporary for "Debris," an exhibition that places the works of Nate Lowman and David Salle in conversation. 17 A 19th-century Neoclassical Italian marble bust of Hermes, available at Michael Craig-Martin 78 CULTURED DANCE FEVER Jeffrey Deitch is back on the East Coast, lending his curatorial prowess to Jersey City's Mana Contemporary. Through March 13, the exhibition "Making Art Dance" celebrates 30 years of collaboration between choreographer Karole Armitage and top artists and designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Jeff Koons, Christian Lacroix and David Salle through a selection of costumes and backdrops. 15 Production design for Ligeti Essays, 2007, featuring work by David Salle (set and lanterns), Peter Speliopoulos (costumes) and Clifton Taylor (fluorescent lights). PHOTO BY E. LEE SMITH; COURTESY OF THE HIGHBOY; PHOTO BY CAROLINE TRUE

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