Archive for January, 2010

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

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

Warhol Wow

When %26#8220;Andy Warhol: The Last Decade%26#8221; opens at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth on Valentine%26#8217;s Day, expect to see tantalizing canvases that go way beyond soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. Organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum, this is the first U.S. museum survey to probe the final chapter in the prince of Pop%26#8217;s career. Curator Andrea Karnes coordinates at The Modern,... | Read More

Warhol Wow

When %26#8220;Andy Warhol: The Last Decade%26#8221; opens at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth on Valentine%26#8217;s Day, expect to see tantalizing canvases that go way beyond soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. Organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum, this is the first U.S. museum survey to probe the final chapter in the prince of Pop%26#8217;s career. Curator Andrea Karnes coordinates at The Modern,... | Read More

Warhol Wow

When %26#8220;Andy Warhol: The Last Decade%26#8221; opens at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth on Valentine%26#8217;s Day, expect to see tantalizing canvases that go way beyond soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. Organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum, this is the first U.S. museum survey to probe the final chapter in the prince of Pop%26#8217;s career. Curator Andrea Karnes coordinates at The Modern,... | Read More

Art Notes

An American Spring: Get ready for a splendid American season at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, which launches five must-see exhibitions that span the 19th through the 20th centuries while highlighting the works of four major painters. We%26#8217;ll bring you all the details next month in our annual March art issue, but meanwhile head to the MFAH for Valentine%26#8217;s Day openings for two... | Read More

Art Notes

An American Spring: Get ready for a splendid American season at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, which launches five must-see exhibitions that span the 19th through the 20th centuries while highlighting the works of four major painters. We%26#8217;ll bring you all the details next month in our annual March art issue, but meanwhile head to the MFAH for Valentine%26#8217;s Day openings for two... | Read More

Art Notes

An American Spring: Get ready for a splendid American season at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, which launches five must-see exhibitions that span the 19th through the 20th centuries while highlighting the works of four major painters. We%26#8217;ll bring you all the details next month in our annual March art issue, but meanwhile head to the MFAH for Valentine%26#8217;s Day openings for two... | Read More

Design Destination

Just in: Houston gets its first museum devoted to design when The Anza Falco Museum of Design opens in Midtown this October in an eye-catching transitional building. For more on the story and the international talents behind it %26#8212; the founders are architect Mauricio Rodriguez Anza (who is designing both the transitional and permanent structures for the contemporary showcase) and his wife,... | Read More

Design Destination

Just in: Houston gets its first museum devoted to design when The Anza Falco Museum of Design opens in Midtown this October in an eye-catching transitional building. For more on the story and the international talents behind it %26#8212; the founders are architect Mauricio Rodriguez Anza (who is designing both the transitional and permanent structures for the contemporary showcase) and his wife,... | Read More
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