Archive for January, 2010

Pilgrim’s Progress at Art Palace

This week's pick involves a visit to the most-anticipated new space in town, Art Palace, which has carved out part of the cavernous former Finesilver Gallery to bring a thoughtful dose of the burgeoning Austin scene to town. Case in point, owner-director-curator Arturo Palacios presents Jonathan Marshall, a talent who is synonymous with Art Palace, and one of the first artists to enter Palacios'... | Read More

Pilgrim’s Progress at Art Palace

This week's pick involves a visit to the most-anticipated new space in town, Art Palace, which has carved out part of the cavernous former Finesilver Gallery to bring a thoughtful dose of the burgeoning Austin scene to town. Case in point, owner-director-curator Arturo Palacios presents Jonathan Marshall, a talent who is synonymous with Art Palace, and one of the first artists to enter Palacios'... | Read More

Pilgrim’s Progress at Art Palace

This week's pick involves a visit to the most-anticipated new space in town, Art Palace, which has carved out part of the cavernous former Finesilver Gallery to bring a thoughtful dose of the burgeoning Austin scene to town. Case in point, owner-director-curator Arturo Palacios presents Jonathan Marshall, a talent who is synonymous with Art Palace, and one of the first artists to enter Palacios'... | Read More

Catalytic Cattelan

Curator Franklin Sirmans%26#8217; greatest gift to The Menil Collection before he left for a new post at the Los%26nbsp; Angeles County Museum of Art will be this month%26#8217;s opening of the solo show %26#8220;Maurizio Cattelan.%26#8221; This is the Italian-born, Venice Biennale%26#8211;exhibited artist%26#8217;s first one-person exhibition in the U.S. since 2003 %26#8212; and Sirmans%26#8217;... | Read More

Catalytic Cattelan

Curator Franklin Sirmans%26#8217; greatest gift to The Menil Collection before he left for a new post at the Los%26nbsp; Angeles County Museum of Art will be this month%26#8217;s opening of the solo show %26#8220;Maurizio Cattelan.%26#8221; This is the Italian-born, Venice Biennale%26#8211;exhibited artist%26#8217;s first one-person exhibition in the U.S. since 2003 %26#8212; and Sirmans%26#8217;... | Read More

Catalytic Cattelan

Curator Franklin Sirmans%26#8217; greatest gift to The Menil Collection before he left for a new post at the Los%26nbsp; Angeles County Museum of Art will be this month%26#8217;s opening of the solo show %26#8220;Maurizio Cattelan.%26#8221; This is the Italian-born, Venice Biennale%26#8211;exhibited artist%26#8217;s first one-person exhibition in the U.S. since 2003 %26#8212; and Sirmans%26#8217;... | Read More

Ready, Set, Collect!

Dallas Art Fair Exhibition Days and TimesPlease note extended evening hours on Friday and Saturday. Friday, February 5, 2010: 11 am to 7 pm Saturday, February 6, 2010: 11 am to 7 pm Sunday, February 7, 2010: 11 am to 5 pm For additional Dallas Art Fair details including visitor information and parking map, go to dallasartfair.com. Dallas Art Fair TicketsSingle-Day Pass: $20 per person Three-Day... | Read More

Ready, Set, Collect!

Dallas Art Fair Exhibition Days and TimesPlease note extended evening hours on Friday and Saturday. Friday, February 5, 2010: 11 am to 7 pm Saturday, February 6, 2010: 11 am to 7 pm Sunday, February 7, 2010: 11 am to 5 pm For additional Dallas Art Fair details including visitor information and parking map, go to dallasartfair.com. Dallas Art Fair TicketsSingle-Day Pass: $20 per person Three-Day... | Read More

Ready, Set, Collect!

Dallas Art Fair Exhibition Days and TimesPlease note extended evening hours on Friday and Saturday. Friday, February 5, 2010: 11 am to 7 pm Saturday, February 6, 2010: 11 am to 7 pm Sunday, February 7, 2010: 11 am to 5 pm For additional Dallas Art Fair details including visitor information and parking map, go to dallasartfair.com. Dallas Art Fair TicketsSingle-Day Pass: $20 per person Three-Day... | Read More

Art Notes

Year of the Tiger: Celebrate the Asian New Year by heading to the Crow Collection of Art, which mounts one of the most meaningful pairings in memory with solo shows for two Texas talents: painter Yang Jin Long (through April 18) and photographer and frequent PaperCity contributor Ka Yeung (in the Crow%26#8217;s new LinkAsia gallery, through May 16). Chinese-born Long%26#8217;s innovative melding... | Read More
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