Love Field art exhibits showcases historical origins
Dallas Love Field Airport Terminal is a gateway to the City of Dallas, the perfect setting for a collection of public art, representing its history, legacy and purpose. The artwork represents the outstanding contributions of Dallas artists and artists from around the United States and beyond, enriching visitors’ experience at the airport while showcasing the city’s art and culture.
Current traveler’s exhibits include:
REVIVAL/RENACIMIENTO: THE RELOCATION OF OCTAVIO MEDELLIN’S CAMPANILE WINDOW
(through January 2016) A look at the creation, fabrication and installation of Octavio Medellin’s Campanile Window, this display contains art prints, photographs, original tools and glass samples of the work. For more information on the Campanile Window visit http://www.lovefieldartprogram.com/
TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) AVIATION ART CONTEST
(through Oct. 12) Since 1989 the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) has sponsored the International Aviation Art Contest to challenge young people to illustrate the importance of aviation through art. Aviation Division hosts the Aviation Art contest at the state level. Each year students from schools across the state submit their entries in the Texas challenge of the International Aviation Art Contest.
THE TRINITY: REFLECTIONS OF A RIVER
(through Oct. 12) This exhibit features the winners of the 7th annual City of Dallas Trinity River Photo Contest. Photographers submitted their images in three groups: Professional (receive all or a major portion of their income from photography or choose to participate in this category), Amateur (beginning or novice photographers) and Youth (17 years of age and under). Photos were submitted in four categories: Architecture/Structures, Forest/Prairie, River/ Ponds, and Wildlife.