Archive for December, 2011

Art Notes

From Buddhas to SpongeBob: The New Year ushers in everything from the ridiculous to the sublime. The former is represented by the KAWS exhibition at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, with the Brooklyn-based painter showing off his latest odd amalgamation of cartooning, pared down to a beguiling, smooth-surfaced abstraction laced with humor, with characters (think Mickey Mouse and SpongeBob)... | Read More

Art Notes

From Buddhas to SpongeBob: The New Year ushers in everything from the ridiculous to the sublime. The former is represented by the KAWS exhibition at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, with the Brooklyn-based painter showing off his latest odd amalgamation of cartooning, pared down to a beguiling, smooth-surfaced abstraction laced with humor, with characters (think Mickey Mouse and SpongeBob)... | Read More

Art Notes

From Buddhas to SpongeBob: The New Year ushers in everything from the ridiculous to the sublime. The former is represented by the KAWS exhibition at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, with the Brooklyn-based painter showing off his latest odd amalgamation of cartooning, pared down to a beguiling, smooth-surfaced abstraction laced with humor, with characters (think Mickey Mouse and SpongeBob)... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation

(L - R: Peter Doroshenko, Perry Rubenstein.)

Tell us about your headline story %26mdash; your big move from NYC to L.A? Our decision to fully decamp from New York after 30 wonderful years and migrate west to Los Angeles was a lot easier and far more logical than it may appear. The world has changed, New York has changed, and so has Los Angeles. Where once New York was the... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation

(L - R: Peter Doroshenko, Perry Rubenstein.)

Tell us about your headline story %26mdash; your big move from NYC to L.A? Our decision to fully decamp from New York after 30 wonderful years and migrate west to Los Angeles was a lot easier and far more logical than it may appear. The world has changed, New York has changed, and so has Los Angeles. Where once New York was the... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation

(L - R: Peter Doroshenko, Perry Rubenstein.)

Tell us about your headline story %26mdash; your big move from NYC to L.A? Our decision to fully decamp from New York after 30 wonderful years and migrate west to Los Angeles was a lot easier and far more logical than it may appear. The world has changed, New York has changed, and so has Los Angeles. Where once New York was the... | Read More

Fruit of His Labor

Ever uttered the hackneyed phrase %26ldquo;It looks too good to eat%26rdquo;? Well, in the case of the lavish buffets and tables groaning with the likes of galantine, oysters on the half shell and roasted wild turkey created by culinary artist Henri Gadbois, you%26rsquo;d be wise to take those words literally. You see, although Gadbois slaves away in his River Oaks kitchen, creating... | Read More

Fruit of His Labor

Ever uttered the hackneyed phrase %26ldquo;It looks too good to eat%26rdquo;? Well, in the case of the lavish buffets and tables groaning with the likes of galantine, oysters on the half shell and roasted wild turkey created by culinary artist Henri Gadbois, you%26rsquo;d be wise to take those words literally. You see, although Gadbois slaves away in his River Oaks kitchen, creating... | Read More

Fruit of His Labor

Ever uttered the hackneyed phrase %26ldquo;It looks too good to eat%26rdquo;? Well, in the case of the lavish buffets and tables groaning with the likes of galantine, oysters on the half shell and roasted wild turkey created by culinary artist Henri Gadbois, you%26rsquo;d be wise to take those words literally. You see, although Gadbois slaves away in his River Oaks kitchen, creating... | Read More

Art Notes

The Power of Protest: Among my top pics for exhibition of the year is the extraordinary Donald Moffett show at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, which melds compelling contemporary painting with highly provocative political content. Be sure to investigate the Barbara Jordan piece, which incorporates historical documents with film footage from the Watergate hearings (through January 8) ...... | Read More

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