Archive for March, 2012

Meadows Meets its Man

If March has a gentleman of the moment, it%26rsquo;s Santiago Calatrava. The Spanish architect jets into town the first weekend of the month for the debut of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge %26mdash; the massive civic project of Calatrava%26rsquo;s design spanning the Trinity River. There are bridge-opening parties galore (most notably those held atop the MHH March 2, 3 and 4 and benefitting The... | Read More

Meadows Meets its Man

If March has a gentleman of the moment, it%26rsquo;s Santiago Calatrava. The Spanish architect jets into town the first weekend of the month for the debut of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge %26mdash; the massive civic project of Calatrava%26rsquo;s design spanning the Trinity River. There are bridge-opening parties galore (most notably those held atop the MHH March 2, 3 and 4 and benefitting The... | Read More

Inside the Heads of Maxwell %26 Jacqueline Anderson

Together, Max and Jacqueline Anderson agreed it was time to exit his post as The Melvin %26amp; Bren Simon Director and CEO of the Indianapolis Museum of Art to embark on new quests in Dallas. You%26rsquo;ll see we have much to absorb from Max %26mdash; he comes armed with a master of arts and a doctor of philosophy in history of art from Harvard, a five-tier aspiration plan for our museum, a... | Read More

Inside the Heads of Maxwell %26 Jacqueline Anderson

Together, Max and Jacqueline Anderson agreed it was time to exit his post as The Melvin %26amp; Bren Simon Director and CEO of the Indianapolis Museum of Art to embark on new quests in Dallas. You%26rsquo;ll see we have much to absorb from Max %26mdash; he comes armed with a master of arts and a doctor of philosophy in history of art from Harvard, a five-tier aspiration plan for our museum, a... | Read More

Inside the Heads of Maxwell %26 Jacqueline Anderson

Together, Max and Jacqueline Anderson agreed it was time to exit his post as The Melvin %26amp; Bren Simon Director and CEO of the Indianapolis Museum of Art to embark on new quests in Dallas. You%26rsquo;ll see we have much to absorb from Max %26mdash; he comes armed with a master of arts and a doctor of philosophy in history of art from Harvard, a five-tier aspiration plan for our museum, a... | Read More

Paper City is Music to Our Ears

First there was PaperCity the exhibition; next, we inspired a couture gown. Now when we insert our earbuds and unlock our iPads, we have our own album playing. We%26rsquo;re mad for Popular Talk by up-and-coming indie pop sensation Paper City, which coincidentally (or not?) shares our moniker %26mdash; and our sensibility. Smart, upbeat writing and clever turns of phrase are manifested in... | Read More

Paper City is Music to Our Ears

First there was PaperCity the exhibition; next, we inspired a couture gown. Now when we insert our earbuds and unlock our iPads, we have our own album playing. We%26rsquo;re mad for Popular Talk by up-and-coming indie pop sensation Paper City, which coincidentally (or not?) shares our moniker %26mdash; and our sensibility. Smart, upbeat writing and clever turns of phrase are manifested in... | Read More

Paper City is Music to Our Ears

First there was PaperCity the exhibition; next, we inspired a couture gown. Now when we insert our earbuds and unlock our iPads, we have our own album playing. We%26rsquo;re mad for Popular Talk by up-and-coming indie pop sensation Paper City, which coincidentally (or not?) shares our moniker %26mdash; and our sensibility. Smart, upbeat writing and clever turns of phrase are manifested in... | Read More

Border Crossing

Peel Gallery now represents L.A.-based artist/furniture designer/crafty lady Tanya Agui%26ntilde;iga. The internationally exhibited avant-gardist,%26nbsp;shown from Mexico City to Milan, was raised in Tijuana, which gives her work an authentic resonance. Agui%26ntilde;iga, you see, crosses the border and shops for tchotchkes on the other side, bringing back pottery knickknacks of odd yet... | Read More

Border Crossing

Peel Gallery now represents L.A.-based artist/furniture designer/crafty lady Tanya Agui%26ntilde;iga. The internationally exhibited avant-gardist,%26nbsp;shown from Mexico City to Milan, was raised in Tijuana, which gives her work an authentic resonance. Agui%26ntilde;iga, you see, crosses the border and shops for tchotchkes on the other side, bringing back pottery knickknacks of odd yet... | Read More

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