The Dallas Museum of Art will be the only venue in the United States for a new exhibition of works by the major 20th century artist Jackson Pollock. The abstract expressionist is known for dripping and pouring paint across large canvases. The exhibition is called “Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots.” It focuses on a lesser known phase of work known as Black Pourings. But it will also include some of his most famous paintings, as well as drawings and rarely seen sculptures. It’s the first show curated by Gavin Delahunty, who joined the DMA in May. Previously he worked at the Tate Liverpool, which co-organized the exhibition. The show is scheduled to open at the DMA in November 2015.