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Jorge Pardo eyes the skies for Dallas' Commissary

from Interior Design

“Dallas is a city that happened very quickly,” says the artist Jorge Pardo. Born in Cuba and now based in Mérida, he has made bedrooms that function as installation art, lights that look like curtains, and even a sailboat-slash-obelisk. In the process, he has won a MacArthur “Genius” grant and spots in the permanent collections of MoMA, MoCA, and the Tate. And like Texas’s largest city, the site of his latest project, it all happened very quickly. But when Headington Companies, fresh off the success of Forty Five Ten and the Joule Hotel, asked him to do something with a drab brown brick-and-concrete building downtown, Pardo wanted to take his time. more


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