Archive for February, 2012

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s an explosive spring in the Texas art world, so follow these pages closely in the coming months for our insider preview of the Dallas Art Fair and FotoFest. Meanwhile, our top touts for February are Laura Lark%26rsquo;s incredible ink portraits on Tyvek at Devin Borden Gallery (February 11 %26ndash; April 17) and Gallery Sonja Roesch%26rsquo;s exhibition celebrating 21 years in the... | Read More

What We Love: Out of This World

Two years after the wildly successful international debut of The Planets %26ndash; An HD Odyssey, the Houston Symphony has done it again, orchestrating yet another a wild ride through the solar system, but this time closer to home. Orbit %26ndash; An HD Odyssey, created and commissioned by the Houston Symphony, comes to Jones Hall for its world premiere Friday and Saturday, February 17 and 18.... | Read More

What We Love: Out of This World

Two years after the wildly successful international debut of The Planets %26ndash; An HD Odyssey, the Houston Symphony has done it again, orchestrating yet another a wild ride through the solar system, but this time closer to home. Orbit %26ndash; An HD Odyssey, created and commissioned by the Houston Symphony, comes to Jones Hall for its world premiere Friday and Saturday, February 17 and 18.... | Read More

What We Love: Out of This World

Two years after the wildly successful international debut of The Planets %26ndash; An HD Odyssey, the Houston Symphony has done it again, orchestrating yet another a wild ride through the solar system, but this time closer to home. Orbit %26ndash; An HD Odyssey, created and commissioned by the Houston Symphony, comes to Jones Hall for its world premiere Friday and Saturday, February 17 and 18.... | Read More

The Russians are Coming

FotoFest is mere weeks away, and Houston is readying to host the new power players in the international art world. (Hint: Dasha Zhukova and Roman Abramovich are involved via the Iris Foundation and the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.) This Russian-themed international Biennial promises to be exciting, revelatory (lifting the veil about under-known schools of Soviet through Perestroika... | Read More

The Russians are Coming

FotoFest is mere weeks away, and Houston is readying to host the new power players in the international art world. (Hint: Dasha Zhukova and Roman Abramovich are involved via the Iris Foundation and the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.) This Russian-themed international Biennial promises to be exciting, revelatory (lifting the veil about under-known schools of Soviet through Perestroika... | Read More

The Russians are Coming

FotoFest is mere weeks away, and Houston is readying to host the new power players in the international art world. (Hint: Dasha Zhukova and Roman Abramovich are involved via the Iris Foundation and the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.) This Russian-themed international Biennial promises to be exciting, revelatory (lifting the veil about under-known schools of Soviet through Perestroika... | Read More

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