Archive for November, 2012

Collector’s Conversation — Brought to You by the Dallas Art Fair

Nathalie Karg, founder and owner of New York-based Cumulus Studios, fields questions from Jeremy Strick, director of Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas.

Describe Cumulus Studios, and your mission, which merges art, design and nature. Cumulus Studios is a fairly young company that invites contemporary artists of our choice to create a functional object for the outdoors. Cumulus Studios is... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation — Brought to You by the Dallas Art Fair

Nathalie Karg, founder and owner of New York-based Cumulus Studios, fields questions from Jeremy Strick, director of Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas.

Describe Cumulus Studios, and your mission, which merges art, design and nature. Cumulus Studios is a fairly young company that invites contemporary artists of our choice to create a functional object for the outdoors. Cumulus Studios is... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation — Brought to You by the Dallas Art Fair

Nathalie Karg, founder and owner of New York-based Cumulus Studios, fields questions from Jeremy Strick, director of Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas.

Describe Cumulus Studios, and your mission, which merges art, design and nature. Cumulus Studios is a fairly young company that invites contemporary artists of our choice to create a functional object for the outdoors. Cumulus Studios is... | Read More

Twenty-Five at 25

Catherine D. Anspon looks back at the most memorable exhibition milestones in the history of the institution forged by the late Dominique and John de Menil %26mdash; and examines why The Menil Collection still remains the gold standard, a place for serious art pilgrims and a Mecca among the world%26rsquo;s museums. Plus, the latest on the Drawing Center, coming circa 2017.

Decoding... | Read More

Twenty-Five at 25

Catherine D. Anspon looks back at the most memorable exhibition milestones in the history of the institution forged by the late Dominique and John de Menil %26mdash; and examines why The Menil Collection still remains the gold standard, a place for serious art pilgrims and a Mecca among the world%26rsquo;s museums. Plus, the latest on the Drawing Center, coming circa 2017.

Decoding... | Read More

Twenty-Five at 25

Catherine D. Anspon looks back at the most memorable exhibition milestones in the history of the institution forged by the late Dominique and John de Menil %26mdash; and examines why The Menil Collection still remains the gold standard, a place for serious art pilgrims and a Mecca among the world%26rsquo;s museums. Plus, the latest on the Drawing Center, coming circa 2017.

Decoding... | Read More

Karen Farber Pushes the Performing and Visual Arts

Hair by Ashley Scroggins for Cutloose. Makeup Teri Sullivan. Interior Design Martha Baxter Interior Design.

She reigns over a yearly budget of $800,000 and annually brings to town up to 10 avant-garde artists who are seen by an audience of tens of thousands. Sits on four boards and two committees. Chaired the board of the Fresh Arts Coalition during its most pivotal years. And... | Read More

Karen Farber Pushes the Performing and Visual Arts

Hair by Ashley Scroggins for Cutloose. Makeup Teri Sullivan. Interior Design Martha Baxter Interior Design.

She reigns over a yearly budget of $800,000 and annually brings to town up to 10 avant-garde artists who are seen by an audience of tens of thousands. Sits on four boards and two committees. Chaired the board of the Fresh Arts Coalition during its most pivotal years. And... | Read More

Karen Farber Pushes the Performing and Visual Arts

Hair by Ashley Scroggins for Cutloose. Makeup Teri Sullivan. Interior Design Martha Baxter Interior Design.

She reigns over a yearly budget of $800,000 and annually brings to town up to 10 avant-garde artists who are seen by an audience of tens of thousands. Sits on four boards and two committees. Chaired the board of the Fresh Arts Coalition during its most pivotal years. And... | Read More

The Albums We Missed This Year

With the year rapidly winding down, the NPR Music team has been haggling over which albums and songs to include on our various best-of lists. It turns out there was a lot of music released in 2012, and while we do our best to feature much of it on All Songs Considered, we're really able to share only the tiniest fraction of what's out there. So before it's too late, we thought we'd take a... | Read More

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