Archive for March, 2010

Dallas Art Fair 2010: The Official Wrap-Up

Posh PreviewingMuseum-worthy works by Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Bridget Riley, Joan Mitchell, Wayne Thiebaud and Henry Darger were just some of the coveted collectors%26#8217; fare on view when the Dallas Art Fair 2010 unveiled year two at the Fashion Industry Gallery. The eagerly anticipated Preview Gala, which benefitted the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts,... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair 2010: The Official Wrap-Up

Posh PreviewingMuseum-worthy works by Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Bridget Riley, Joan Mitchell, Wayne Thiebaud and Henry Darger were just some of the coveted collectors%26#8217; fare on view when the Dallas Art Fair 2010 unveiled year two at the Fashion Industry Gallery. The eagerly anticipated Preview Gala, which benefitted the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts,... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair 2010: The Official Wrap-Up

Posh PreviewingMuseum-worthy works by Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Bridget Riley, Joan Mitchell, Wayne Thiebaud and Henry Darger were just some of the coveted collectors%26#8217; fare on view when the Dallas Art Fair 2010 unveiled year two at the Fashion Industry Gallery. The eagerly anticipated Preview Gala, which benefitted the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts,... | Read More

The “Cats” Meow

"Jellicle Cats, come out tonight," urges the first act of Andrew Lloyd Webber's feline fantasy %26#8212; and all cat and Cats lovers alike should heed that advice when HITS Theatre stages the dance musical next month. The venue couldn't be more appropriate: under the Jellicle moon at Miller Outdoor Theatre Thursday through Saturday, April 8 through 10, then again April 15 through 17. All... | Read More

The “Cats” Meow

"Jellicle Cats, come out tonight," urges the first act of Andrew Lloyd Webber's feline fantasy %26#8212; and all cat and Cats lovers alike should heed that advice when HITS Theatre stages the dance musical next month. The venue couldn't be more appropriate: under the Jellicle moon at Miller Outdoor Theatre Thursday through Saturday, April 8 through 10, then again April 15 through 17. All... | Read More

The “Cats” Meow

"Jellicle Cats, come out tonight," urges the first act of Andrew Lloyd Webber's feline fantasy %26#8212; and all cat and Cats lovers alike should heed that advice when HITS Theatre stages the dance musical next month. The venue couldn't be more appropriate: under the Jellicle moon at Miller Outdoor Theatre Thursday through Saturday, April 8 through 10, then again April 15 through 17. All... | Read More

Art Notes

Ask Alice: One of strongest and most unflinching exhibitions we%26#8217;ve seen at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, has just opened %26#8212; %26#8220;Alice Neel: Painted Truths%26#8221; (through June 13), co-curated by the MFAH%26#8217;s astute Barry Walker and Brit Jeremy Lewison, formerly of the Tate. The show is set for a European tour, marking the American artist%26#8217;s first... | Read More

Art Notes

Ask Alice: One of strongest and most unflinching exhibitions we%26#8217;ve seen at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, has just opened %26#8212; %26#8220;Alice Neel: Painted Truths%26#8221; (through June 13), co-curated by the MFAH%26#8217;s astute Barry Walker and Brit Jeremy Lewison, formerly of the Tate. The show is set for a European tour, marking the American artist%26#8217;s first... | Read More

Art Notes

Ask Alice: One of strongest and most unflinching exhibitions we%26#8217;ve seen at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, has just opened %26#8212; %26#8220;Alice Neel: Painted Truths%26#8221; (through June 13), co-curated by the MFAH%26#8217;s astute Barry Walker and Brit Jeremy Lewison, formerly of the Tate. The show is set for a European tour, marking the American artist%26#8217;s first... | Read More

A Cache of Cassatts

She was the daughter of a privileged Pennsylvania family, born in Pittsburgh two decades before the Civil War, and could have led a comfortable life of gilded-age conformity. Instead, Mary Cassatt (1844 %26#8211;%26nbsp;1926) departed for Paris, arriving amidst one of the most radical upheavals in Western art. As the most important of the American Impressionists, the expat Cassatt lived and... | Read More
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