Archive for September, 2011

What We Love Now: Soup’s On

During your Houston Fine Art Fair shopping perambulations, watch for Anthony Thompson Shumate%26rsquo;s carnival-barker-style performance, with a side of art multiples. What%26rsquo;s Shumate hawking? Campbell%26rsquo;s Soup cans %26mdash; how very Warholian %26mdash; emblazoned with not-so-subtle messages about capitalism, welfare and liberty, in his latest series,... | Read More

What We Love Now: Soup’s On

During your Houston Fine Art Fair shopping perambulations, watch for Anthony Thompson Shumate%26rsquo;s carnival-barker-style performance, with a side of art multiples. What%26rsquo;s Shumate hawking? Campbell%26rsquo;s Soup cans %26mdash; how very Warholian %26mdash; emblazoned with not-so-subtle messages about capitalism, welfare and liberty, in his latest series,... | Read More

What We Love Now: Soup’s On

During your Houston Fine Art Fair shopping perambulations, watch for Anthony Thompson Shumate%26rsquo;s carnival-barker-style performance, with a side of art multiples. What%26rsquo;s Shumate hawking? Campbell%26rsquo;s Soup cans %26mdash; how very Warholian %26mdash; emblazoned with not-so-subtle messages about capitalism, welfare and liberty, in his latest series,... | Read More

Art Market News: A Take on China

The trend of the past few years of non-European and American artists and markets setting major records has continued this summer in full swing, with China remaining center stage of the new emerging markets to watch. In 2010, auctions on China commanded 33% of global auction sales turnover, edging out The United States by .1% according to Artprice’s 2010 Art Market Trends. Historically,... | Read More

Lights, Camera, Action at AT%26T PAC

The AT%26amp;T Performing Arts Center and the Dallas Film Society have paired to present the perfect Saturday night date spot in the Dallas Arts District. All you need is a fellow movie buff, a blanket and a bottle of wine. The third Saturday of every month, a gratis outdoor movie is debuted at Strauss Square %26mdash; showing everything from love... | Read More

Lights, Camera, Action at AT%26T PAC

The AT%26amp;T Performing Arts Center and the Dallas Film Society have paired to present the perfect Saturday night date spot in the Dallas Arts District. All you need is a fellow movie buff, a blanket and a bottle of wine. The third Saturday of every month, a gratis outdoor movie is debuted at Strauss Square %26mdash; showing everything from love... | Read More

Lights, Camera, Action at AT%26T PAC

The AT%26amp;T Performing Arts Center and the Dallas Film Society have paired to present the perfect Saturday night date spot in the Dallas Arts District. All you need is a fellow movie buff, a blanket and a bottle of wine. The third Saturday of every month, a gratis outdoor movie is debuted at Strauss Square %26mdash; showing everything from love... | Read More

Press Release – Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Michelle Reyes

Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Michelle Reyes

For press information, contact Lisa Taylor, 214-914-1099 or info@dallasartdealers.org

DADA presented its Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Michelle Reyes, a visual art student from El Centro College of the Dallas... | Read More

Press Release – DADA Fall Gallery Walk Panel Discussions

Art of Oak Cliff: Then and Now DADA Fall Gallery Walk Panel Discussions Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. At Oak Cliff Cultural Center, 223 W. Jefferson Blvd. Including FREE Tours of Texas Theatre and Artists Gathering

Panel One Oak Cliff Art Then, 10:30 a.m. – noon Sam Ratcliffe, Bob Reitz, Stuart Kraft, David Hickman Brendan... | Read More

Press Release – Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship on Sept. 9, 2011

Dallas Art Dealers Association presents Edith Baker Art Scholarship on Sept. 9, 2011

For press information, contact Lisa Taylor, 214-914-1099 or info@dallasartdealers.org

DADA will present its Edith Baker Art Scholarship to a visual art student from the Dallas County Community College District at a... | Read More

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