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IMAGE SHEET Highlights – Dallas Cowboys Art Program
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Site-specific Commissions

COMMISSIONS FOR WALLS ABOVE MAIN CONCOURSE CONCESSION AREA
Partial rendering of Dave Muller’s Solar Arrangement, which is being installed along the wall above the northwestern concession area in the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. (The completed work will also include stars in the background.) Dave Muller Solar Arrangement (2009) Acrylic on wall Approximately 21 feet high by 131 feet long Main Concourse, NW Concession Area Image courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles

COMMISSIONS FOR MONUMENTAL STAIRCASES CONNECTING MAIN SEATING DECKS
Rendering of Gary Simmons’ Blue Field Explosions, which will be installed on the wall above the monumental staircase in the northeastern portion of the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Gary Simmons Blue Field Explosions (2009) Urethane, pigment and oil stick Approximately 22 by 70 feet NE Monumental Staircase Image Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures
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Rendering of Mel Bochner’s Win!, which will be painted directly onto the walls opposite the monumental staircase in the northeastern portion of the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Mel Bochner Win! (2009) Acrylic on Wall 38'-2" by 33'-3" Cement Block Walls Opposite NE Monumental Stairs Image Courtesy of Marc Selwyn Fine Art, © Mel Bochner

Rendering of Lawrence Weiner’s work, which is comprised of vinyl decals on a painted white wall opposite the southwest staircase in the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Lawrence Weiner BROUGHT UP TO SPEED (2009) Language and materials referred to Dimensions variable. (Installed along wall that is approximately 38'-2" high by 33'-3" long) Cement Block Wall Opposite SW Monumental Stairs Image courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery Partial installation image of Franz Ackermann’s Coming Home (Meet me) At the waterfall, which is being installed along several walls in the monumental staircase in the southwestern portion of the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Franz Ackermann Coming Home (Meet me) At the waterfall (2009) Acrylic on wall This view is of the work being installed on a wall approximately 40 feet high by 60 feet long SW Monumental Staircase Image © Dallas Cowboys

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COMMISSIONS FOR OTHER SECTIONS OF DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM
Rendering of Trenton Doyle Hancock’s initial concept for his commission in the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. The site-specific work will be installed on the southeastern ramp wall starting on the silver level. Trenton Doyle Hancock From a Legend to a Choir (2009) Vinyl print Approximately 41 feet long by 108 feet high SE Ramp Wall (silver – star levels) Courtesy the artist and James Cohan Gallery, New York

Large-scale Acquisitions
Image of Doug Aitken’s star (2008), which was acquired for the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium and will be installed in the 365 elevator lobby. Doug Aitken star (2008) Neon lit lightbox 45 by 119 by 10 inches Edition of 4 365 Elevator Lobby, South Wall Image courtesy the Artist and 303 Gallery, New York

Detail of Wayne Gonzales’ Cheering Crowd (2007), which is installed on a main stairway platform outside of the Owner’s Club. Wayne Gonzales Cheering Crowd (2007) Acrylic on canvas, triptych 84 inches high by 252 inches long Stair #11 platform outside of the Owner’s Club Image © Wayne Gonzales; courtesy the artist, Paula Cooper Gallery (New York) and Stephen Friedman Gallery (London)

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Image of Olafur Eliasson’s Fat super star (2008-9), installed from the ceiling of the Owner’s Club in the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Olafur Eliasson Fat super star (2008

Brass, color effect filter glass, mirror, halogen light fixture.

39 3/8 by 39 3/8 by39 3/8 inches Edition 2 of 10 Owner’s Club Image titled “2008 Fat super star 5” is courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.

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