Archive for August, 2012

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s a big, glorious fall, from the museum world to a hive of new galleries to explore (more coming in next month%26rsquo;s art issue). First up, we%26rsquo;ll be front in center for a pair of over-the-top openings, beginning with The Public Trust%26rsquo;s presentation of %26ldquo;Printed Matters: Editioned Works By Shepard Fairey,%26rdquo; a unique-to-Dallas mounting of the... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s a big, glorious fall, from the museum world to a hive of new galleries to explore (more coming in next month%26rsquo;s art issue). First up, we%26rsquo;ll be front in center for a pair of over-the-top openings, beginning with The Public Trust%26rsquo;s presentation of %26ldquo;Printed Matters: Editioned Works By Shepard Fairey,%26rdquo; a unique-to-Dallas mounting of the... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s a big, glorious fall, from the museum world to a hive of new galleries to explore (more coming in next month%26rsquo;s art issue). First up, we%26rsquo;ll be front in center for a pair of over-the-top openings, beginning with The Public Trust%26rsquo;s presentation of %26ldquo;Printed Matters: Editioned Works By Shepard Fairey,%26rdquo; a unique-to-Dallas mounting of the... | Read More

Move Over Miami. Hello, Houston

Catherine D. Anspon forecasts the highlights of year two. Who%26rsquo;s the HFAF 2012 Artist of the Year? Which powerhouse gallerists are coming to town? What are the most provocative panels, the sexiest parties? The brightest art stars? Fahrenheit, Foto and Focus, anyone? Read on.Reliant Center as White Cube%26nbsp; %26nbsp;

For one night and three days this September, more than 10,000... | Read More

Move Over Miami. Hello, Houston

Catherine D. Anspon forecasts the highlights of year two. Who%26rsquo;s the HFAF 2012 Artist of the Year? Which powerhouse gallerists are coming to town? What are the most provocative panels, the sexiest parties? The brightest art stars? Fahrenheit, Foto and Focus, anyone? Read on.Reliant Center as White Cube%26nbsp; %26nbsp;

For one night and three days this September, more than 10,000... | Read More

Move Over Miami. Hello, Houston

Catherine D. Anspon forecasts the highlights of year two. Who%26rsquo;s the HFAF 2012 Artist of the Year? Which powerhouse gallerists are coming to town? What are the most provocative panels, the sexiest parties? The brightest art stars? Fahrenheit, Foto and Focus, anyone? Read on.Reliant Center as White Cube%26nbsp; %26nbsp;

For one night and three days this September, more than 10,000... | Read More

Behind the Canvas

Rick FriedmanPresident, Hamptons Expo Group, and Fair Producer%26nbsp;

You%26rsquo;ve been traveling to Houston for two years now, attending galas and hosting cocktails leading up to HFAF ARTWEEK. Most memorable art moment to date? Favorite person, place or thing in the Houston art world? My most memorable art moment in Houston to date is standing on the 2011 HFAF show floor, holding my... | Read More

Behind the Canvas

Rick FriedmanPresident, Hamptons Expo Group, and Fair Producer%26nbsp;

You%26rsquo;ve been traveling to Houston for two years now, attending galas and hosting cocktails leading up to HFAF ARTWEEK. Most memorable art moment to date? Favorite person, place or thing in the Houston art world? My most memorable art moment in Houston to date is standing on the 2011 HFAF show floor, holding my... | Read More

Behind the Canvas

Rick FriedmanPresident, Hamptons Expo Group, and Fair Producer%26nbsp;

You%26rsquo;ve been traveling to Houston for two years now, attending galas and hosting cocktails leading up to HFAF ARTWEEK. Most memorable art moment to date? Favorite person, place or thing in the Houston art world? My most memorable art moment in Houston to date is standing on the 2011 HFAF show floor, holding my... | Read More

Tiffany’s Unsung Heroine

Among the splendors of “American%26nbsp;Made: 250 Years of American Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston,” perhaps the most sociologically intriguing is this Art Nouveau-era Dragonfly lamp. The prize-winning light, circa 1906, was designed by one of the artists who worked for Louis Comfort Tiffany in the Tiffany Studios: Clara Driscoll, head of the women’s glass-cutting department.... | Read More

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