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It's not every day that the New York art world is tripping over a Dallas show. But the Dallas Contemporary has been making waves of late, so it's little surprise artist Richard Phillips's new exhibition—opening April 11—would raise a few well-tweezed eyebrows. "Negation of the Universe," features a range of Phillips's most iconic work, from his 1999 painting Scout to his more recent installation, Playboy Marfa. [The Cut]