Art After X

“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” Andy Warhol

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Kazuyu Sakai

Kazuya Sakai

(1927-2001) Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and educated in Japan, Kazuya Sakai spent the last years of his career teaching at the University of Texas, Dallas. Sakai studied literature and philosophy at the Waseda University in Tokyo before returning to Argentina where he began painting. The following year his first exhibition was held at the […]

Viola Delgado

Viola Delgado

We met Viola Delgado at the Latino Cultural Center in the setting of a retrospective exhibition of her work. Delgado came to Dallas in the 1970s, left and returned in the 1980s. Delgado is well-known for her public works exhibitions in DFW airport, Lake June and Downtown Rowlette DART stations. Viola Delgado Behind the Scenes Photos Watch the […]

George Green

George Green

One of the Oak Cliff Four, George Green now calls Cloudcroft, New Mexico home. From the hilltop cabin he built himself, Green recalled his time in Dallas from the 1960s to the early 1980s. We talked about his time in Dallas and his works including The Burial of a Cowboy, installed as part of a rodeo-themed show at […]

Jack Mims

Jack Mims

We met Jack Mims in his Oak Cliff Studio. Mims gained notoriety as one of the Oak Cliff Four in the early 1970s. He’s had a long career, with major exhibitions as recently as 2005. One of his early exhibitions featuring work with frontal nudity met with censors, according to him because of the use […]

Witness by Frances Bagley

Witness by Frances Bagley at the Uptown Dallas DART station during the Aurora Event October 16, 2015

Jack and Jackie Art After X

An Overview Video

Art After X is navigating the art world in Dallas from the 1960s to the 1980s, transitional and transformative years. This overview video sets the stage for Art After X.