Archive for June, 2012

Summer Music Preview 2012 :Premieres From Cat Power, Avett Brothers, The Antlers And More

This week on All Songs Considered, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton offer sneak previews of some of the summer's most anticipated releases. The show opens with JEFF The Brotherhood's roll-down-the-windows jam, "Country Life," followed by the new Spoon/Wolf Parade/New Bomb Turks supergroup Divine Fits and their effortlessly cool, "Would That Not Be Nice?".

English singer-songwriter Bill... | Read More

Art Notes

Divorce Papers + Design: It%26rsquo;s a wild, inventive ride as Dallas dealers roll out often steamy fare mid-summer. Begin with Kristy Stubbs Gallery%26rsquo;s Highland Park Village Pop-Up, showcasing heartthrob Spaniard Jos%26eacute;-Mar%26iacute;a Cano, whose encaustic works on canvas adroitly marry image and text %26mdash; the subject is the artist%26rsquo;s own divorce. (You%26rsquo;ll be... | Read More

Art Notes

Divorce Papers + Design: It%26rsquo;s a wild, inventive ride as Dallas dealers roll out often steamy fare mid-summer. Begin with Kristy Stubbs Gallery%26rsquo;s Highland Park Village Pop-Up, showcasing heartthrob Spaniard Jos%26eacute;-Mar%26iacute;a Cano, whose encaustic works on canvas adroitly marry image and text %26mdash; the subject is the artist%26rsquo;s own divorce. (You%26rsquo;ll be... | Read More

Art Notes

Divorce Papers + Design: It%26rsquo;s a wild, inventive ride as Dallas dealers roll out often steamy fare mid-summer. Begin with Kristy Stubbs Gallery%26rsquo;s Highland Park Village Pop-Up, showcasing heartthrob Spaniard Jos%26eacute;-Mar%26iacute;a Cano, whose encaustic works on canvas adroitly marry image and text %26mdash; the subject is the artist%26rsquo;s own divorce. (You%26rsquo;ll be... | Read More

Dragon %26 Tattoo

How often do the tattoo parlor and the white cube converge? But when they do, it%26rsquo;s guaranteed to be memorable. Make tracks to DiverseWorks for its final show of the summer %26mdash; and reportedly the very last show ever at its north downtown digs before fall%26rsquo;s permanent move to a new midtown HQ. This is the ultimate solo for the man who straddles both worlds, fine art and skin... | Read More

Dragon %26 Tattoo

How often do the tattoo parlor and the white cube converge? But when they do, it%26rsquo;s guaranteed to be memorable. Make tracks to DiverseWorks for its final show of the summer %26mdash; and reportedly the very last show ever at its north downtown digs before fall%26rsquo;s permanent move to a new midtown HQ. This is the ultimate solo for the man who straddles both worlds, fine art and skin... | Read More

Dragon %26 Tattoo

How often do the tattoo parlor and the white cube converge? But when they do, it%26rsquo;s guaranteed to be memorable. Make tracks to DiverseWorks for its final show of the summer %26mdash; and reportedly the very last show ever at its north downtown digs before fall%26rsquo;s permanent move to a new midtown HQ. This is the ultimate solo for the man who straddles both worlds, fine art and skin... | Read More

From Houston Gallery Walls to the Whitney’s Hallowed Halls

For those who brave July%26rsquo;s sultry climes, a visual banquet awaits. A tradition for more than three decades, the summer city-wide open house ArtHouston unfurls Saturday, July 14, in a day-to-night art trek that offers fare blue-chip to edgy, with a side of performance and fashion. PaperCity is once again media sponsor. And here%26rsquo;s a note for your acquisitions radar: Whitney... | Read More

From Houston Gallery Walls to the Whitney’s Hallowed Halls

For those who brave July%26rsquo;s sultry climes, a visual banquet awaits. A tradition for more than three decades, the summer city-wide open house ArtHouston unfurls Saturday, July 14, in a day-to-night art trek that offers fare blue-chip to edgy, with a side of performance and fashion. PaperCity is once again media sponsor. And here%26rsquo;s a note for your acquisitions radar: Whitney... | Read More

From Houston Gallery Walls to the Whitney’s Hallowed Halls

For those who brave July%26rsquo;s sultry climes, a visual banquet awaits. A tradition for more than three decades, the summer city-wide open house ArtHouston unfurls Saturday, July 14, in a day-to-night art trek that offers fare blue-chip to edgy, with a side of performance and fashion. PaperCity is once again media sponsor. And here%26rsquo;s a note for your acquisitions radar: Whitney... | Read More

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