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Taylor Zakarin
  • NorthPark Center Manager of Arts Programming

  • ArtROCKS! Inspired by KAWS at NorthPark

    • THIS SATURDAY October 29 1 - 4PM, NorthCourt FREE Admission If you’ve been to an ArtROCKS! event at NorthPark Center before, then you already know the drill – awesome art activities inspired by famous and notable artists for your kids to get creative with, from 1-4PM at NorthPark. This weekend’s event is no different, and the artist of honor is KAWS! You may have...

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  • NorthPark Art: Jonathan Borofsky

    • Jonathan Borofsky (American, born 1942) Five Hammering Men, 1982 Anyone who has walked through NorthPark Center can easily point out or recall Jonathan Borofsky’s Five Hammering Men, the work composed of five larger than life black silhouettes, with motorized arms moving up and down in a hammering motion. What many do not know is that this work is one of four works by...

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  • ArtRocks! Andy Warhol This Saturday

    • THIS SATURDAY June 11 1 - 4PM, CenterPark Garden Tunes Provided by DJ JT Donaldson FREE If you’re a NorthPark Center expert, then you already know that we have three separate Andy Warhol series on view. However, for those less familiar, between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom we have Warhol’s Flowers and Soup Cans, and over the Macy’s entrance, Myths. As you can see,...

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  • NorthPark Art: Joel Shapiro’s 20 elements at the Nasher Sculpture Center

    • Joel Shapiro (American, born 1941)  20 elements, 2004-2005  Wood with Casein  122 x 132 x 85 inches  Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection As many of you might know, NorthPark Center shares a founder, Raymond Nasher, with the Nasher Sculpture Center in the Arts District. As a result, much of the art you encounter at NorthPark not only...

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  • NorthPark Art: Frank Stella at NorthPark Center and The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    • Frank Stella (American, born 1936) Washington Island Gadwall (Exotic Birds), 1980-81 Enamel, crayon and glitter on aluminum 154 x 225 x 26 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection Frank Stella (American, born 1936) The Waves, 1985-89 Screenprint, linoleum block, hand-coloring, marbling and collage Each print 73 5/8 x 54 5/8 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J....

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  • NorthPark Art: James Rosenquist’s F-111

    • James Rosenquist (American, born 1933) F-111, 1974 Four-section color lithograph Each 36 x 75 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection James Rosenquist began his career in 1955 as a commercial artist, painting billboards in New York City. By 1962, the artist was at the forefront of the Pop Art movement. He began to paint the original 86-foot...

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  • ArtRocks! Henri Matisse

    • THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 9 12:30-4PM CENTERPARK GARDEN FREE Now that the weather is sunny and beautiful, we are so excited to bring back our successful event from the Fall, ArtRocks! This weekend we will be honing in on one specific artist, letting the kiddos stretch their imaginations, get creative (and sneakily slip in some Art History education)! For April’s ArtRocks! we...

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  • NorthPark Art: Iván Navarro’s From Beginning to End

    • Iván Navarro (Chilean, born 1972) From Beginning to End, 2014 Neon lights, aluminum box, mirror, one-way mirror 62 1/8 x 36 ¼ x 9 ¼ inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   If you frequently walk the warm-tone concrete halls of NorthPark Center, then you are bound to remember the three wooden water towers on view between...

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  • NorthPark Art: Barry Flanagan’s Large Leaping Hare

    • Barry Flanagan (Welsh, born 1941) Large Leaping Hare, 1982 Gilded bronze with painted tubular-steel base 110 x 111 x 44 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   In 1979, Barry Flanagan bought a dead hare from a local butcher and used the carcass as a model for a sculpture he was working on in his then East...

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  • NorthPark Art: Sarah Braman’s Near You

    •   Sarah Braman (American, born, 1970) Near You, 2011 Plexiglas and Welded Steel 78 x 65 x 42 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   In the last year, Sarah Braman’s work, Near You, has found its home in various locations at NorthPark Center. The strength of this sculpture is manifest in the fact that it has looked...

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  • NorthPark Art: Tony Cragg’s Companions

    • Tony Cragg (British, born 1949) Companions, 2008 Fiberglass 43 1/10 x 31 4/5 x 115 7/10 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection As you may have noticed, we shifted some of the art at NorthPark recently! Tony Cragg’s Companions has taken the big stage in Nordstrom Court. The work, which we added to NorthPark’s collection this past...

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  • NorthPark Art: Michael Craig-Martin

    • Michael Craig-Martin (Irish, born 1941) Untitled (umbrella), 2014 Acrylic on aluminum 48 × 48 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   Michael Craig-Martin (Irish, born 1941) Untitled (headphones), 2014 Acrylic on aluminum 48 × 48 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   Michael Craig-Martin (b.1941) once said – “I wanted the viewer to see...

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  • NorthPark Art: Color Equations

    • Pamela Nelson and Robert A. Wilson Color Equations, 2007 Aluminum with vinyl 48 x 48 inches 21 equations total On every single tour I’ve given of the art collection at NorthPark Center, there is one question that without a doubt gets asked: “what are the colored squares?” I’m sure many of you have wondered the same – is it a...

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  • NorthPark Art: The Field of the Cloth of Gold

    • Jim Dine (American, born 1935) The Field of the Cloth of Gold, 1987-88 Bronze 77 x 28 x 29 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   If you’re a frequent visitor at NorthPark Center, then you probably have seen Jim Dine’s The Field of the Cloth of Gold in quite a few different locations this year. Today,...

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  • NorthPark Art: Mark di Suvero’s Ad Astra

    • Mark di Suvero (American, born Shanghai, China, 1933) Ad Astra, 2005 Painted steel Overall: 576 x 306 x 306 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   There’s often a debate around NorthPark if Ad Astra, by Mark di Suvero, is red in color, or orange. You know the work – the larger than life, 48-foot tall, steel...

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  • NorthPark Art: Anish Kapoor’s The World Turned Outside In

    • The World Turned Outside In, 2003 Polished Stainless Steel Edition 2 of 3 24 x 107 x 60 inches Collection Louis Vuitton   I hope by now, many of you have had an opportunity to go into NorhPark’s CenterPark Garden – partially because it is a beautifully landscaped greenspace in the middle of a shopping center, but also because of...

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  • NorthPark Art: Anthony Caro’s River Song

    • Anthony Caro (British, 1924-2012) River Song, 2011-2012 Steel, rusted 92 15/16 x 139 x 85 1/16 inches Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection   One of the most notable works on view at NorthPark Center is Reclining Figure: Angles by British sculptor Henry Moore. The piece has a rich history that I will delve into in a later...

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  • NorthPark Art: Andy Warhol’s Flowers

    • Andy Warhol. Even those who do not follow or study art recognize the name. While Warhol is regarded as the leader and pioneer of the Pop Art movement, he was also a celebrity and icon in his own right. The artist used imagery culled from newspapers, popular magazines, and advertisements to transform the commonplace things of everyday life into something...

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  • Diamond Sea at NorthPark Center

    • As some of you may have noticed, NorthPark has added two new major works to the collection in the last few months. These two works, Diamond Sea and Buckyball, 2015 are both by American artist, Leo Villareal. Diamond Sea, which is on view on Level One in EastCourt near Dillard’s, is an incredibly powerful and dynamic work. As the title...

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  • New Program at NorthPark: ArtROCKS!

    • One of my responsibilities as the Manager of Art Programming for a shopping center (that many might confuse for a community center) is creating original programming, so that our visitors can use NorthPark as just that – a community space, a place to bring your family and relax. As a result, I am thrilled to announce that on October 18th,...

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  • NorthPark’s 50th Anniversary Fashion Exhibition

    • If you’ve been to NorthPark Center recently or if you follow us on social media, then you know that next week we are celebrating our 50th anniversary! NorthPark opened it’s doors to Dallas in 1965, and we’ve been on the cutting edge of the retail, fashion, and art scene ever since. That distinction has taken on a new dimension since...

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  • The NorthPark Art Collection

    • While shopping at NorthPark Center, you’ve probably noticed several pieces of art when walking from store to store. As the Manager of Art Programming, my job spans in responsibility – from helping choose the works on view in the center, to leading tours, to creating new programs surrounding the NorthPark Art Collection! From its inception, NorthPark has always been an...

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