Gavin Delahunty, senior curator of contemporary art at the Dallas Museum of Art, has left his post after three years at the museum. Reason given: allegations and their potential for distraction. Later he sends his deepest apologies to those who have been affected. To recap, here’s the statement:Today I am announcing my resignation as the Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, effective immediately.
If your pockets aren’t deep enough to land a tee time at the new Trinity Forest Golf Club, let another South Dallas location quell your desires. This weekend, in conjunction with Cedars Open Studios, the MAC opens its latest exhibition, A-Hole in One by El Paso-based artist Angel Cabrales. The interactive outdoor golf-inspired exhibition engages viewers both politically and socially as they knock out a quick nine. The course sprawls out on a portion of the MAC’s grassy courtyard.
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re: DMA curator Gavin Delahunty
one thing isn't vague:
he confirmed the behavior.
he behaved inappropriately.
there is no middle person here.
stop talking about how accomplished he was.
take the museum to task for witholding basic info.
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