Archive for June, 2012

The New Space Program

If flying saucers exist, Houston has a new landing strip:%26nbsp;the portal of the just-unveiled James Turrell Skyspace, aka the Suzanne Deal Booth Centennial Pavilion, which was inaugurated days ago at the Rice University campus, along the axis that runs between the Sallyport and the Shepherd School of Music. One of the artist%26rsquo;s largest such creations, it joins the Museum of Fine... | Read More

The New Space Program

If flying saucers exist, Houston has a new landing strip:%26nbsp;the portal of the just-unveiled James Turrell Skyspace, aka the Suzanne Deal Booth Centennial Pavilion, which was inaugurated days ago at the Rice University campus, along the axis that runs between the Sallyport and the Shepherd School of Music. One of the artist%26rsquo;s largest such creations, it joins the Museum of Fine... | Read More

The New Space Program

If flying saucers exist, Houston has a new landing strip:%26nbsp;the portal of the just-unveiled James Turrell Skyspace, aka the Suzanne Deal Booth Centennial Pavilion, which was inaugurated days ago at the Rice University campus, along the axis that runs between the Sallyport and the Shepherd School of Music. One of the artist%26rsquo;s largest such creations, it joins the Museum of Fine... | Read More

That’s a WOW!

It%26rsquo;s been 14 years in the making, but now the wait is over. As we head to press, the lights are being turned on at Houston%26rsquo;s newest piece of public art:%26nbsp;sculptor Tim Glover%26rsquo;s Light Garden. The graceful 25-feet-tall twin stainless-steel structures resemble tree branches sprouting pods of colored light (which can be choreographed in endless hues), and they beam... | Read More

That’s a WOW!

It%26rsquo;s been 14 years in the making, but now the wait is over. As we head to press, the lights are being turned on at Houston%26rsquo;s newest piece of public art:%26nbsp;sculptor Tim Glover%26rsquo;s Light Garden. The graceful 25-feet-tall twin stainless-steel structures resemble tree branches sprouting pods of colored light (which can be choreographed in endless hues), and they beam... | Read More

That’s a WOW!

It%26rsquo;s been 14 years in the making, but now the wait is over. As we head to press, the lights are being turned on at Houston%26rsquo;s newest piece of public art:%26nbsp;sculptor Tim Glover%26rsquo;s Light Garden. The graceful 25-feet-tall twin stainless-steel structures resemble tree branches sprouting pods of colored light (which can be choreographed in endless hues), and they beam... | Read More

Art Notes

Continental Drift: The four corners of the globe come together this summer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Representing the Latin American continent, %26ldquo;Modern and Contemporary Masterworks from Malba - Fundaci%26oacute;n Costantini%26rdquo; showcases the splendors of the region %26mdash; riches from the only museum in South America to collect in this depth. Frida and Diego are both... | Read More

Art Notes

Continental Drift: The four corners of the globe come together this summer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Representing the Latin American continent, %26ldquo;Modern and Contemporary Masterworks from Malba - Fundaci%26oacute;n Costantini%26rdquo; showcases the splendors of the region %26mdash; riches from the only museum in South America to collect in this depth. Frida and Diego are both... | Read More

Art Notes

Continental Drift: The four corners of the globe come together this summer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Representing the Latin American continent, %26ldquo;Modern and Contemporary Masterworks from Malba - Fundaci%26oacute;n Costantini%26rdquo; showcases the splendors of the region %26mdash; riches from the only museum in South America to collect in this depth. Frida and Diego are both... | Read More

To the Manor Born

The treasures of the great London estate Kenwood House (remodeled in the 18th century by Robert Adam) have arrived at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. It%26rsquo;s an embarrassment of riches: 48 masterpieces culled by Guinness brewery kingpin Edward Cecil Guinness, aka 1st Earl of Iveagh, and acquired during the late 19th century in a fierce collecting contest between the earl and American... | Read More

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