Archive for January, 2013

A Secret Atoms For Peace Track, Roxy Music As ’20s Jazz, More

On this week's episode, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are back with their latest mix, including a hard-to-find track from Thom Yorke's latest project, Atoms For Peace. The song "What The Eyeballs Did," doesn't appear on the band's upcoming album, Amok. But if you do some digging on the group's website, you'll find a hidden link to download it.

Also on the show: Bob and Robin... | Read More

A Valentine for Bert

Texas art patriarch Bert Long Jr. gets his day %26mdash;%26nbsp;or more accurately his month: This February, the Houston scene is given over to a tribute to Long, with a film screening at The Menil Collection plus a university opening. One of the state%26rsquo;s few Prix de Rome winners, Long is also a past Texas Artist of the Year and numbers among the most exhibited of our grand masters,... | Read More

A Valentine for Bert

Texas art patriarch Bert Long Jr. gets his day %26mdash;%26nbsp;or more accurately his month: This February, the Houston scene is given over to a tribute to Long, with a film screening at The Menil Collection plus a university opening. One of the state%26rsquo;s few Prix de Rome winners, Long is also a past Texas Artist of the Year and numbers among the most exhibited of our grand masters,... | Read More

A Valentine for Bert

Texas art patriarch Bert Long Jr. gets his day %26mdash;%26nbsp;or more accurately his month: This February, the Houston scene is given over to a tribute to Long, with a film screening at The Menil Collection plus a university opening. One of the state%26rsquo;s few Prix de Rome winners, Long is also a past Texas Artist of the Year and numbers among the most exhibited of our grand masters,... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation

Jeffrey Rosen, co-founder and co-owner of Tokyo-based gallery Misako %26amp; Rosen, takes questions from Catherine Rose, collector, philanthropist and co-chair of the Dallas Museum of Art 2013 Art Ball. Take us to the beginning. What%26rsquo;s the story behind the start of Misako %26amp; Rosen?%26nbsp;Where and when did you and Misako meet? We met for the first time in Tokyo in 2002.... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation

Jeffrey Rosen, co-founder and co-owner of Tokyo-based gallery Misako %26amp; Rosen, takes questions from Catherine Rose, collector, philanthropist and co-chair of the Dallas Museum of Art 2013 Art Ball. Take us to the beginning. What%26rsquo;s the story behind the start of Misako %26amp; Rosen?%26nbsp;Where and when did you and Misako meet? We met for the first time in Tokyo in 2002.... | Read More

Collector’s Conversation

Jeffrey Rosen, co-founder and co-owner of Tokyo-based gallery Misako %26amp; Rosen, takes questions from Catherine Rose, collector, philanthropist and co-chair of the Dallas Museum of Art 2013 Art Ball. Take us to the beginning. What%26rsquo;s the story behind the start of Misako %26amp; Rosen?%26nbsp;Where and when did you and Misako meet? We met for the first time in Tokyo in 2002.... | Read More

Thom Yorke and Friends Talk Atoms For Peace

The musicians who make up Atoms For Peace are an unusual bunch on the face of it, but when you hear their music, it all makes sense. The rhythm is so intense and the way it... | Read More

Matt’s Music Hall

The XX, Coexist. Winter makes me reach for electronic music: Nothing goes better with crisp, cold weather like beats, textures and circuitous but elegant song structures. The XX followed up their 2009 self-titled debut with a record sleepier than its predecessor, but more subtle and mature. Gone is the simple pop format of songs such as %26ldquo;VCR,%26rdquo; and in its place is the slow,... | Read More

Matt’s Music Hall

The XX, Coexist. Winter makes me reach for electronic music: Nothing goes better with crisp, cold weather like beats, textures and circuitous but elegant song structures. The XX followed up their 2009 self-titled debut with a record sleepier than its predecessor, but more subtle and mature. Gone is the simple pop format of songs such as %26ldquo;VCR,%26rdquo; and in its place is the slow,... | Read More

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