Archive for March, 2010

Spring Art Black Book

To see our pics, click "Launch Slideshow" %26nbsp;Museums and InstitutionsAfrican American Museum, 3536 Grand Ave., 214.565.9026; aamdallas.org. Amon Carter Museum, 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 817.738.1933; cartermuseum.org. Through May 16: "Edward S. Curtis: The North American Indian." Through May 17: "Freedom Now: Tamarind Lithography." Through May 30: "American Moderns on Paper:... | Read More

FotoFest Focus

Bring on the Americans %26#8212;%26nbsp;and the Texans. That%26#8217;s the rallying cry of%26nbsp; Houston's FotoFest 2010, %26#8220;Contemporary U.S. Photography.%26#8221; While it may not be the biggest International Biennial of Photography and Photo-Related Art, it%26#8217;s perhaps the most clearly focused. It's also presciently close to home. Houston will become the epicenter of the... | Read More

FotoFest Focus

Bring on the Americans %26#8212;%26nbsp;and the Texans. That%26#8217;s the rallying cry of%26nbsp; Houston's FotoFest 2010, %26#8220;Contemporary U.S. Photography.%26#8221; While it may not be the biggest International Biennial of Photography and Photo-Related Art, it%26#8217;s perhaps the most clearly focused. It's also presciently close to home. Houston will become the epicenter of the... | Read More

FotoFest Focus

Bring on the Americans %26#8212;%26nbsp;and the Texans. That%26#8217;s the rallying cry of%26nbsp; Houston's FotoFest 2010, %26#8220;Contemporary U.S. Photography.%26#8221; While it may not be the biggest International Biennial of Photography and Photo-Related Art, it%26#8217;s perhaps the most clearly focused. It's also presciently close to home. Houston will become the epicenter of the... | Read More

Compulsion to Collect

Every great art institution began with its top collectors. The Met in New York would not be the same without the Havermeyers, while the art angels of the Art Institute of Chicago extend from Mrs. Potter Palmer to Henry Field. Although Texas got off to a significantly later start, as much as a century after its New York or Chicago counterparts, it has now resoundingly caught up, as underscored by... | Read More

Compulsion to Collect

Every great art institution began with its top collectors. The Met in New York would not be the same without the Havermeyers, while the art angels of the Art Institute of Chicago extend from Mrs. Potter Palmer to Henry Field. Although Texas got off to a significantly later start, as much as a century after its New York or Chicago counterparts, it has now resoundingly caught up, as underscored by... | Read More

Compulsion to Collect

Every great art institution began with its top collectors. The Met in New York would not be the same without the Havermeyers, while the art angels of the Art Institute of Chicago extend from Mrs. Potter Palmer to Henry Field. Although Texas got off to a significantly later start, as much as a century after its New York or Chicago counterparts, it has now resoundingly caught up, as underscored by... | Read More

Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps”

Talk about something for everyone. The Alley Theatre%26#8217;s new production of Alfred Hitchcock%26#8217;s The 39 Steps involves an on-stage plane crash, romance, a mysterious secret agent (or is she %26#8230;?), handcuffs, missing fingers and more than 150 eccentric characters played by four brave Alley stalwarts: Jeffrey Bean, Elizabeth Bunch, John Tyson and Todd Waite. It%26#8217;s all in... | Read More

Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps”

Talk about something for everyone. The Alley Theatre%26#8217;s new production of Alfred Hitchcock%26#8217;s The 39 Steps involves an on-stage plane crash, romance, a mysterious secret agent (or is she %26#8230;?), handcuffs, missing fingers and more than 150 eccentric characters played by four brave Alley stalwarts: Jeffrey Bean, Elizabeth Bunch, John Tyson and Todd Waite. It%26#8217;s all in... | Read More

Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps”

Talk about something for everyone. The Alley Theatre%26#8217;s new production of Alfred Hitchcock%26#8217;s The 39 Steps involves an on-stage plane crash, romance, a mysterious secret agent (or is she %26#8230;?), handcuffs, missing fingers and more than 150 eccentric characters played by four brave Alley stalwarts: Jeffrey Bean, Elizabeth Bunch, John Tyson and Todd Waite. It%26#8217;s all in... | Read More
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