Archive for May, 2011

Dallas Art Fair — The Experts Weigh In

Patrick Collins, collector and board president, Dallas Contemporary: %26ldquo;I thought the group of galleries we had this year was great, with good diversity both in terms of work presented and geographic location of the galleries.%26nbsp;I particularly liked D%26rsquo;Amelio Terras (the Matt Keegan was really cool, as was Tamar Halpern%26rsquo;s piece), Anthony Meier and Lora Reynolds (with... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair — The Experts Weigh In

Patrick Collins, collector and board president, Dallas Contemporary: %26ldquo;I thought the group of galleries we had this year was great, with good diversity both in terms of work presented and geographic location of the galleries.%26nbsp;I particularly liked D%26rsquo;Amelio Terras (the Matt Keegan was really cool, as was Tamar Halpern%26rsquo;s piece), Anthony Meier and Lora Reynolds (with... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair — The Experts Weigh In

Patrick Collins, collector and board president, Dallas Contemporary: %26ldquo;I thought the group of galleries we had this year was great, with good diversity both in terms of work presented and geographic location of the galleries.%26nbsp;I particularly liked D%26rsquo;Amelio Terras (the Matt Keegan was really cool, as was Tamar Halpern%26rsquo;s piece), Anthony Meier and Lora Reynolds (with... | Read More

Art Notes

Exploding Scene (Literally): It%26rsquo;s the most sizzling June on record, in terms of the mercury and art, beginning with University of Texas at Dallas grad Carlo Zinzi%26rsquo;s explosive UltraChrome photographs, in which he lights firecrackers in fast food, artfully staged in his homegrown garden vignette. Zinzi is a bright star in Cris Worley Fine Arts%26rsquo; %26ldquo;Dioscuri,%26rdquo;... | Read More

Art Notes

Exploding Scene (Literally): It%26rsquo;s the most sizzling June on record, in terms of the mercury and art, beginning with University of Texas at Dallas grad Carlo Zinzi%26rsquo;s explosive UltraChrome photographs, in which he lights firecrackers in fast food, artfully staged in his homegrown garden vignette. Zinzi is a bright star in Cris Worley Fine Arts%26rsquo; %26ldquo;Dioscuri,%26rdquo;... | Read More

Art Notes

Exploding Scene (Literally): It%26rsquo;s the most sizzling June on record, in terms of the mercury and art, beginning with University of Texas at Dallas grad Carlo Zinzi%26rsquo;s explosive UltraChrome photographs, in which he lights firecrackers in fast food, artfully staged in his homegrown garden vignette. Zinzi is a bright star in Cris Worley Fine Arts%26rsquo; %26ldquo;Dioscuri,%26rdquo;... | Read More

Art Notes

Titian Takes the Town: Summer arrives, yet our art world still simmers, with offerings from Old Masters to innovative Texans. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, leads the way with %26ldquo;Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland,%26rdquo; which highlights 25 extraordinary paintings and drawings, including a pair of Titian%26rsquo;s... | Read More

Art Notes

Titian Takes the Town: Summer arrives, yet our art world still simmers, with offerings from Old Masters to innovative Texans. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, leads the way with %26ldquo;Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland,%26rdquo; which highlights 25 extraordinary paintings and drawings, including a pair of Titian%26rsquo;s... | Read More

Art Notes

Titian Takes the Town: Summer arrives, yet our art world still simmers, with offerings from Old Masters to innovative Texans. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, leads the way with %26ldquo;Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland,%26rdquo; which highlights 25 extraordinary paintings and drawings, including a pair of Titian%26rsquo;s... | Read More

Underwater Swoon

We%26rsquo;re mad for the aquatic craft creations of the aptly monikered international talent Arline Fisch, who replicates a vivid underwater kingdom by obsessively weaving coated copper wire into oceanic motifs. Coral reefs to numerous species of jellyfish get her special treatment. Catch her %26ldquo;Creatures from the Deep%26rdquo; at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, June 4 through... | Read More

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