Archive for July, 2012

David Byrne & St. Vincent, Django Django And More

On this week's All Songs Considered: funny concert memories, one album with a wacky cover and a surprisingly great sound, a bittersweet goodbye and (of course) lots of new music.

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Art Notes

Road Trip: We%26rsquo;re mad for Allison V. Smith%26rsquo;s latest %26lsquo;zine, VI, which dreamily documents a love affair with the open road, from Marfa to Maine with a dose of Dallas. Smith%26rsquo;s eye is unerring, but also poetic. Pay special attention to the lens lady%26rsquo;s visit to Vinalhaven, Maine, where she goes inside the home of wordsmith artist Robert Indiana. Snap up the... | Read More

Art Notes

Road Trip: We%26rsquo;re mad for Allison V. Smith%26rsquo;s latest %26lsquo;zine, VI, which dreamily documents a love affair with the open road, from Marfa to Maine with a dose of Dallas. Smith%26rsquo;s eye is unerring, but also poetic. Pay special attention to the lens lady%26rsquo;s visit to Vinalhaven, Maine, where she goes inside the home of wordsmith artist Robert Indiana. Snap up the... | Read More

Art Notes

Road Trip: We%26rsquo;re mad for Allison V. Smith%26rsquo;s latest %26lsquo;zine, VI, which dreamily documents a love affair with the open road, from Marfa to Maine with a dose of Dallas. Smith%26rsquo;s eye is unerring, but also poetic. Pay special attention to the lens lady%26rsquo;s visit to Vinalhaven, Maine, where she goes inside the home of wordsmith artist Robert Indiana. Snap up the... | Read More

Inside the Head of {Revolutionary} Jim Harithas

anti-establishment type, controversy is his middle name %26hellip; compelled to clash, politically charged director/curator%26hellip; rogue and radical, iconoclastic and independent %26hellip; Houston%26rsquo;s rebel with a cause, voice of the underdog %26hellip; once subsisted on bread and water %26hellip; past director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston %26hellip; knows how to fist... | Read More

Inside the Head of {Revolutionary} Jim Harithas

anti-establishment type, controversy is his middle name %26hellip; compelled to clash, politically charged director/curator%26hellip; rogue and radical, iconoclastic and independent %26hellip; Houston%26rsquo;s rebel with a cause, voice of the underdog %26hellip; once subsisted on bread and water %26hellip; past director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston %26hellip; knows how to fist... | Read More

Inside the Head of {Revolutionary} Jim Harithas

anti-establishment type, controversy is his middle name %26hellip; compelled to clash, politically charged director/curator%26hellip; rogue and radical, iconoclastic and independent %26hellip; Houston%26rsquo;s rebel with a cause, voice of the underdog %26hellip; once subsisted on bread and water %26hellip; past director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston %26hellip; knows how to fist... | Read More

Sharp Shooter

Architecture may have been the foundation of Leonard Volk%26rsquo;s 30-year professional career, but photography provided its focus. The Dallas native %26mdash; whose grandfather started Volk department stores and whose father developed Volk Estates %26mdash; has traveled the world capturing intimate, often poignant, aspects of daily life since he purchased his first good camera (a Leica IIIc)... | Read More

Sharp Shooter

Architecture may have been the foundation of Leonard Volk%26rsquo;s 30-year professional career, but photography provided its focus. The Dallas native %26mdash; whose grandfather started Volk department stores and whose father developed Volk Estates %26mdash; has traveled the world capturing intimate, often poignant, aspects of daily life since he purchased his first good camera (a Leica IIIc)... | Read More

Sharp Shooter

Architecture may have been the foundation of Leonard Volk%26rsquo;s 30-year professional career, but photography provided its focus. The Dallas native %26mdash; whose grandfather started Volk department stores and whose father developed Volk Estates %26mdash; has traveled the world capturing intimate, often poignant, aspects of daily life since he purchased his first good camera (a Leica IIIc)... | Read More

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