Archive for July, 2010

Art Notes

North to South: A beguiling, groundbreaking exhibition that expands our knowledge of one of the ripest areas of art history revisionism arrives at the Amon Carter Museum this summer with %26#8220;Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s %26#8211; 1950s%26#8221; (through September 5). The traveling show, organized by the Newark Museum, covers a pivotal period when... | Read More

Art Notes

North to South: A beguiling, groundbreaking exhibition that expands our knowledge of one of the ripest areas of art history revisionism arrives at the Amon Carter Museum this summer with %26#8220;Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s %26#8211; 1950s%26#8221; (through September 5). The traveling show, organized by the Newark Museum, covers a pivotal period when... | Read More

Art Notes

North to South: A beguiling, groundbreaking exhibition that expands our knowledge of one of the ripest areas of art history revisionism arrives at the Amon Carter Museum this summer with %26#8220;Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s %26#8211; 1950s%26#8221; (through September 5). The traveling show, organized by the Newark Museum, covers a pivotal period when... | Read More

Dallas Contemporary’s Curatorial New Catch

The art scene is abuzz with news of the Dallas Contemporary%26#8217;s latest acquisition %26#8212; and it has little to do with pieces by James Gilbert or Nathaniel Glaspie. Instead, it%26#8217;s the announcement of the Contemporary%26#8217;s new executive director Peter Doroshenko, who will no doubt amp up the city%26#8217;s cultural energy. The internationally renowned curator, director and... | Read More

Dallas Contemporary’s Curatorial New Catch

The art scene is abuzz with news of the Dallas Contemporary%26#8217;s latest acquisition %26#8212; and it has little to do with pieces by James Gilbert or Nathaniel Glaspie. Instead, it%26#8217;s the announcement of the Contemporary%26#8217;s new executive director Peter Doroshenko, who will no doubt amp up the city%26#8217;s cultural energy. The internationally renowned curator, director and... | Read More

Dallas Contemporary’s Curatorial New Catch

The art scene is abuzz with news of the Dallas Contemporary%26#8217;s latest acquisition %26#8212; and it has little to do with pieces by James Gilbert or Nathaniel Glaspie. Instead, it%26#8217;s the announcement of the Contemporary%26#8217;s new executive director Peter Doroshenko, who will no doubt amp up the city%26#8217;s cultural energy. The internationally renowned curator, director and... | Read More

Art Notes

Painter%26#8217;s Progress/Oh So Demure: It%26#8217;s all about the triumph of the Texans. Two exhibits in that direction are highly recommended: Seth Alverson returns to town for a solo at Art Palace %26#8212; with a newly minted MFA and a very strange, albeit compelling group of paintings that pack a menacing narrative (through August 21) ... At Houston Arts Alliance%26#8217;s Space 125... | Read More

Art Notes

Painter%26#8217;s Progress/Oh So Demure: It%26#8217;s all about the triumph of the Texans. Two exhibits in that direction are highly recommended: Seth Alverson returns to town for a solo at Art Palace %26#8212; with a newly minted MFA and a very strange, albeit compelling group of paintings that pack a menacing narrative (through August 21) ... At Houston Arts Alliance%26#8217;s Space 125... | Read More

Art Notes

Painter%26#8217;s Progress/Oh So Demure: It%26#8217;s all about the triumph of the Texans. Two exhibits in that direction are highly recommended: Seth Alverson returns to town for a solo at Art Palace %26#8212; with a newly minted MFA and a very strange, albeit compelling group of paintings that pack a menacing narrative (through August 21) ... At Houston Arts Alliance%26#8217;s Space 125... | Read More

Panel Discussions. A Must-Do!

DADA panelist Kenda North, "Cara"

Now is your chance. No more procrastinating. Whether you are an art lover wanting to start a collection or an artist who needs to photograph your work, this year’s DADA panel discussions have something for you.

For the art lover, DADA’s distinguished panel of noted collectors and artists can help... | Read More

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