A sign at The Eye Ball. (Photo by Nate Freeman)

Don’t Mess With Texas Art Fairs: On Dallas During a Week of Auctions and Openings

A few blocks away from the Dallas Art Fair—with its collectors rich by oil spending loot on gorgeous works of art all of last week—is Dealey Plaza, where shots were fired at President John F. Kennedy. If an art dealer could find the time to leave their booth for 20 minutes, they could walk to the Texas School Book Depository, stand across from the grassy knoll, and perhaps come to some new conclusion—perhaps, that it’s implausible that Lee Harvey Oswald could have fired that final shot from that angle to kill the president.

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