On the 19th floor of Ross Tower, one will find a collection of World War I and II-era propaganda, graphic arts from all over the world, rare photographs, and an eclectic mix of one-of-a-kind pieces from history.
Rogge Dunn, a native Dallasite and fifth-generation Texan, has a great love for art. This deep appreciation for the arts led him to build a collection that has been featured in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Smithsonian Institution, and London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
This exhibit puts Rogge’s passion on display for all visitors to enjoy.
Parts of the Rogge Dunn art collection have been displayed at the Texas Hall of State and is on temporary loan to the Frontiers of Flight Museum.
Rogge Dunn’s art collection has been featured in multiple publications, including Park Cities People for unique items in his collection, including the bed of nails from the Addam’s Family and the original T-Rex dinosaur model used in the first Jurassic Park movie.