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Public Art • Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Beyond the beauty of the building itself, The Meyerson is home to a number of significant works of art.

The main canopy
Proverb
by Mark di Suvero; located on the northwest side of the Meyerson.
The main canopy
Irises and Tulips I and II
by David Bates; located in the Hart Symphony Suites.
The main canopy
De Musica
by Eduardo Chillida; located in the Betty B. Marcus Park on the west side of the Meyerson, commissioned and donated by Frank Ribelin.
The main canopy
“Les Ondines”
by Henri Laurens (1922); located in the Betty B. Marcus Park, on long term loan by Gwen Weiner.
Blue Green Black Red: The Dallas Panels
Blue Green Black Red: The Dallas Panels
by Ellsworth Kelly; located on then north wall of the main lobby, near the entrance to the Green Room, commissioned and owned by City of Dallas Public Art Collection.
The main canopy
George Gershwin by Andy Warhol (1980); purchased for the Meyerson's opening in 1989 and on permanent loan
by Miss Laurel Ornish, located in the Green Room.
The main canopy
The Old Violin, a chromo-lithograph
by William Harnett, in the Music Director's Suite; given by the City of Dallas Public Art Collection.


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Navajo textiles, hung in the musician's lounge and throughout the Symphony's administrative offices
given by the City of Dallas Public Art Collection.



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