Archive for March, 2010

Mie Olise’s Flying Ships

How often does an exhibition really transport you? Or do you get to see the next international star emerge in a solo show at a Texas space? Well Danish artist Mie Olise's current view at Barbara Davis Gallery is one such occasion. Titled "A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks%26nbsp; %26#8212; Departure," the exhibition brilliantly and originally blends painting and an installation that together conjure... | Read More

Mie Olise’s Flying Ships

How often does an exhibition really transport you? Or do you get to see the next international star emerge in a solo show at a Texas space? Well Danish artist Mie Olise's current view at Barbara Davis Gallery is one such occasion. Titled "A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks%26nbsp; %26#8212; Departure," the exhibition brilliantly and originally blends painting and an installation that together conjure... | Read More

Mie Olise’s Flying Ships

How often does an exhibition really transport you? Or do you get to see the next international star emerge in a solo show at a Texas space? Well Danish artist Mie Olise's current view at Barbara Davis Gallery is one such occasion. Titled "A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks%26nbsp; %26#8212; Departure," the exhibition brilliantly and originally blends painting and an installation that together conjure... | Read More

Art Afield

Wide receivers and cheerleaders aren%26#8217;t the only things dazzling the eye at the new Cowboys Stadium. We take you on a tour of the amazing grand-scaled contemporary art works, curated for the new arena by a superstar council of advisors.%26nbsp;Image: Franz Ackermann%26#8217;s Coming Home and (Meet Me) At the Waterfall (2009), acrylic on wall. The German artist devised a pair of landscapes... | Read More

Art Afield

Wide receivers and cheerleaders aren%26#8217;t the only things dazzling the eye at the new Cowboys Stadium. We take you on a tour of the amazing grand-scaled contemporary art works, curated for the new arena by a superstar council of advisors.%26nbsp;Image: Franz Ackermann%26#8217;s Coming Home and (Meet Me) At the Waterfall (2009), acrylic on wall. The German artist devised a pair of landscapes... | Read More

Art Afield

Wide receivers and cheerleaders aren%26#8217;t the only things dazzling the eye at the new Cowboys Stadium. We take you on a tour of the amazing grand-scaled contemporary art works, curated for the new arena by a superstar council of advisors.%26nbsp;Image: Franz Ackermann%26#8217;s Coming Home and (Meet Me) At the Waterfall (2009), acrylic on wall. The German artist devised a pair of landscapes... | Read More

Postcard from Santa Fe: Nic Nicosia

He traded Pegasus for pi%26#241;on wood and got a bobcat or two in the deal. Artist Nic Nicosia %26#8212; master of precise photographs that explore %26#8220;the myth of perfection still alive in America%26#8217;s suburbs,%26#8221; theorizes Chicago%26#8217;s Museum of Contemporary Photography, where his work hangs %26#8212; has gone fully Santa Fe. Six years ago, he and wife Becky left Dallas... | Read More

Postcard from Santa Fe: Nic Nicosia

He traded Pegasus for pi%26#241;on wood and got a bobcat or two in the deal. Artist Nic Nicosia %26#8212; master of precise photographs that explore %26#8220;the myth of perfection still alive in America%26#8217;s suburbs,%26#8221; theorizes Chicago%26#8217;s Museum of Contemporary Photography, where his work hangs %26#8212; has gone fully Santa Fe. Six years ago, he and wife Becky left Dallas... | Read More

Postcard from Santa Fe: Nic Nicosia

He traded Pegasus for pi%26#241;on wood and got a bobcat or two in the deal. Artist Nic Nicosia %26#8212; master of precise photographs that explore %26#8220;the myth of perfection still alive in America%26#8217;s suburbs,%26#8221; theorizes Chicago%26#8217;s Museum of Contemporary Photography, where his work hangs %26#8212; has gone fully Santa Fe. Six years ago, he and wife Becky left Dallas... | Read More

Letter from the Editors

We love it when something wiggles its way outside of the proverbial box %26#8212; which is why we were more than intrigued when we first heard about the art program at the new Cowboys Stadium, while the $1.15 billion arena was still underway. Could it be? Commissioned contemporary art in a sports stadium? Turns out, it was all true. And now that the wraps are off the 3-million-square-foot marvel... | Read More
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