The Dallas Contemporary presents ‘Mary, Queen of Prints’, in celebration of Katrantzou’s first solo exhibition and 10 years of Mary Katrantzou’s Kaleidoscopic World.

Curated by Museum Director Peter Doroshenko and Director of Exhibitions Justine Ludwig, the exhibition showcases 180 pieces from the designer’s archive, presented in colour groupings – granting a peek into the world of Mary Katrantzou and her masterful use of colour that has been at the core of her aesthetic since the beginning of her brand.

As said by Mary Katrantzou, “Print can be as definitive as a cut or a drape and allows a woman to filter beauty found in design, in a subversive way. All my prints are constructed through digital technology. Digital print allows me to experiment with print in a way that fine art and other methods could not. It opens up a huge spectrum for possibility; I can create possibility out of impossibility, surrealism out of realism and both vice versa.”