Archive for November, 2011

Qatar & Contemporary Art

The small but energy-rich Gulf state of Qatar is the world’s biggest buyer in the art market””by value, at any rate””and is behind most of the major modern and contemporary art deals over the past six years, The Art Newspaper can reveal.

Working through a number of advisors, as well as buying directly from dealers and at auction, Qatar is reliably believed to be building... | Read More

Art Notes

Cardboard-Rama: We%26rsquo;re taken with the droll little structures lovingly crafted by L.A.%26ndash;based first-generation Mexican-American Ana Serrano at Conduit Gallery, where her way with cardboard makes a nice mash-up with Texan Lance Letscher%26rsquo;s collage mastery, as well as Dallas-based Joan Winter%26rsquo;s unadorned wooden architectural forms (through November... | Read More

Art Notes

Cardboard-Rama: We%26rsquo;re taken with the droll little structures lovingly crafted by L.A.%26ndash;based first-generation Mexican-American Ana Serrano at Conduit Gallery, where her way with cardboard makes a nice mash-up with Texan Lance Letscher%26rsquo;s collage mastery, as well as Dallas-based Joan Winter%26rsquo;s unadorned wooden architectural forms (through November... | Read More

Art Notes

Cardboard-Rama: We%26rsquo;re taken with the droll little structures lovingly crafted by L.A.%26ndash;based first-generation Mexican-American Ana Serrano at Conduit Gallery, where her way with cardboard makes a nice mash-up with Texan Lance Letscher%26rsquo;s collage mastery, as well as Dallas-based Joan Winter%26rsquo;s unadorned wooden architectural forms (through November... | Read More

Postcard from L.A.: Gray Malin

With a made-for-stardom moniker, Gray Malin, this |Dallas native took his photographic talents and Cary Grant good looks to Los Angeles. Our first intro to Malin was through the click of a mouse, when we fell for his Polaroid series on onekingslane.com. A bit of research later and we learned that Malin attended the Episcopal School of Dallas before moving to L.A., where his photography... | Read More

Postcard from L.A.: Gray Malin

With a made-for-stardom moniker, Gray Malin, this |Dallas native took his photographic talents and Cary Grant good looks to Los Angeles. Our first intro to Malin was through the click of a mouse, when we fell for his Polaroid series on onekingslane.com. A bit of research later and we learned that Malin attended the Episcopal School of Dallas before moving to L.A., where his photography... | Read More

Postcard from L.A.: Gray Malin

With a made-for-stardom moniker, Gray Malin, this |Dallas native took his photographic talents and Cary Grant good looks to Los Angeles. Our first intro to Malin was through the click of a mouse, when we fell for his Polaroid series on onekingslane.com. A bit of research later and we learned that Malin attended the Episcopal School of Dallas before moving to L.A., where his photography... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair: Collector’s Conversation

What is your background in the art world? Was your first bigbreak being tapped as the director of Mixture Contemporary Art in Houston? The first museum exhibition I remember going to was a John Cage exhibition at The Menil Collection. The Menil in general has been extremely formative to my taste and education, almost as important as the Dallas Museum of Art and other Dallas-area museums like... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair: Collector’s Conversation

What is your background in the art world? Was your first bigbreak being tapped as the director of Mixture Contemporary Art in Houston? The first museum exhibition I remember going to was a John Cage exhibition at The Menil Collection. The Menil in general has been extremely formative to my taste and education, almost as important as the Dallas Museum of Art and other Dallas-area museums like... | Read More

Dallas Art Fair: Collector’s Conversation

What is your background in the art world? Was your first bigbreak being tapped as the director of Mixture Contemporary Art in Houston? The first museum exhibition I remember going to was a John Cage exhibition at The Menil Collection. The Menil in general has been extremely formative to my taste and education, almost as important as the Dallas Museum of Art and other Dallas-area museums like... | Read More

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