Archive for April, 2011

Mysterious Skin

Michael Dupree chats with the somewhat minimal, palpable painter Martin Kline.

Imagine a mandala that, rather than leading you to inner peace through its shimmering colors and spiritual images, reaches out to touch you physically. Or a dense tangle of polychrome smudges that seems to radiate pure energy as your focus grows ever more concentrated.

Such might be your experience... | Read More

Mysterious Skin

Michael Dupree chats with the somewhat minimal, palpable painter Martin Kline.

Imagine a mandala that, rather than leading you to inner peace through its shimmering colors and spiritual images, reaches out to touch you physically. Or a dense tangle of polychrome smudges that seems to radiate pure energy as your focus grows ever more concentrated.

Such might be your experience... | Read More

Mysterious Skin

Michael Dupree chats with the somewhat minimal, palpable painter Martin Kline.

Imagine a mandala that, rather than leading you to inner peace through its shimmering colors and spiritual images, reaches out to touch you physically. Or a dense tangle of polychrome smudges that seems to radiate pure energy as your focus grows ever more concentrated.

Such might be your experience... | Read More

Art Notes

Enlightening Stops: You can%26rsquo;t go wrong at The Menil Collection, home to a pair of exhibitions that are moving and poignant in different ways %26mdash; and very much in keeping with the sensitivity to art history and human rights championed by the de Menils. %26ldquo;Upside Down: Arctic Realities,%26rdquo; is curated by visual anthropologist Edmund Carpenter, whose ongoing... | Read More

Art Notes

Enlightening Stops: You can%26rsquo;t go wrong at The Menil Collection, home to a pair of exhibitions that are moving and poignant in different ways %26mdash; and very much in keeping with the sensitivity to art history and human rights championed by the de Menils. %26ldquo;Upside Down: Arctic Realities,%26rdquo; is curated by visual anthropologist Edmund Carpenter, whose ongoing... | Read More

Art Notes

Enlightening Stops: You can%26rsquo;t go wrong at The Menil Collection, home to a pair of exhibitions that are moving and poignant in different ways %26mdash; and very much in keeping with the sensitivity to art history and human rights championed by the de Menils. %26ldquo;Upside Down: Arctic Realities,%26rdquo; is curated by visual anthropologist Edmund Carpenter, whose ongoing... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair Insider: David Bates

The reaction to our April cover has been much like the eyes of the man on it: riveting. The story that the cover %26ldquo;belongs%26rdquo; to is about the house of Mersina Stubbs, a Dallas decorator who opened the door to her own mixed-up manse (she combines anything with anything, to great effect) and let us poke around. But the man on the cover... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair Insider: David Bates

The reaction to our April cover has been much like the eyes of the man on it: riveting. The story that the cover %26ldquo;belongs%26rdquo; to is about the house of Mersina Stubbs, a Dallas decorator who opened the door to her own mixed-up manse (she combines anything with anything, to great effect) and let us poke around. But the man on the cover... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair Insider: David Bates

The reaction to our April cover has been much like the eyes of the man on it: riveting. The story that the cover %26ldquo;belongs%26rdquo; to is about the house of Mersina Stubbs, a Dallas decorator who opened the door to her own mixed-up manse (she combines anything with anything, to great effect) and let us poke around. But the man on the cover... | Read More

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