Archive for July, 2013

Art Notes

At the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, it%26rsquo;s a scintillating doubleheader. Leading off is %26ldquo;Faking It,%26rdquo; a look at manipulated photography before Photoshop (through August 25). Varying from the political (portraits of Stalin and Lenin in air-brushed splendor, often with outre comrades removed from the frame) to the spiritual, surreal, commercial or zany (a gargantuan ear of... | Read More

Art Notes

At the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, it%26rsquo;s a scintillating doubleheader. Leading off is %26ldquo;Faking It,%26rdquo; a look at manipulated photography before Photoshop (through August 25). Varying from the political (portraits of Stalin and Lenin in air-brushed splendor, often with outre comrades removed from the frame) to the spiritual, surreal, commercial or zany (a gargantuan ear of... | Read More

Art Notes

At the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, it%26rsquo;s a scintillating doubleheader. Leading off is %26ldquo;Faking It,%26rdquo; a look at manipulated photography before Photoshop (through August 25). Varying from the political (portraits of Stalin and Lenin in air-brushed splendor, often with outre comrades removed from the frame) to the spiritual, surreal, commercial or zany (a gargantuan ear of... | Read More

New Music: Yuck, Electronic Music Pioneer Roedelius, Chastity Belt And More

On this edition of All Songs Considered, host Bob Boilen returns from a long, arduous weekend of work, looking tan and rested. That's because he just got back from the Newport Folk Festival, where he spent three glorious days surrounded by love, rainbows and amazing music. But leave it to co-host Robin Hilton to harsh Bob's mellow, when he shows Bob the most horrifying publicity photo either... | Read More

Her Spirits Rose

One of the most influential Dallas Museum of Art board chairs ever has come together with a canonical postmodern design statement, in an important addition to the permanent collection of the DMA. The bequest celebrates outgoing chairman Deedie Potter Rose, who conducted her final board meeting in May but remains integrally involved in steering the urbanism dialogue humming around the Dallas... | Read More

Her Spirits Rose

One of the most influential Dallas Museum of Art board chairs ever has come together with a canonical postmodern design statement, in an important addition to the permanent collection of the DMA. The bequest celebrates outgoing chairman Deedie Potter Rose, who conducted her final board meeting in May but remains integrally involved in steering the urbanism dialogue humming around the Dallas... | Read More

Her Spirits Rose

One of the most influential Dallas Museum of Art board chairs ever has come together with a canonical postmodern design statement, in an important addition to the permanent collection of the DMA. The bequest celebrates outgoing chairman Deedie Potter Rose, who conducted her final board meeting in May but remains integrally involved in steering the urbanism dialogue humming around the Dallas... | Read More

Sharing Spaces + Change Agent

Liliana Bloch Gallery, 2919 Commerce St., 214.991.5617; lilianablochgallery.comWhen you%26rsquo;re establishing a new endeavor in Deep Ellum, why not share a building with another well-regarded dealer? So Liliana Bloch joined forces with The Public Trust%26rsquo;s Brian Gibb; the pair divvy up his existing gallery and collaborate on openings. Cue Bloch%26rsquo;s eponymous space. After time... | Read More

Sharing Spaces + Change Agent

Liliana Bloch Gallery, 2919 Commerce St., 214.991.5617; lilianablochgallery.comWhen you%26rsquo;re establishing a new endeavor in Deep Ellum, why not share a building with another well-regarded dealer? So Liliana Bloch joined forces with The Public Trust%26rsquo;s Brian Gibb; the pair divvy up his existing gallery and collaborate on openings. Cue Bloch%26rsquo;s eponymous space. After time... | Read More

Sharing Spaces + Change Agent

Liliana Bloch Gallery, 2919 Commerce St., 214.991.5617; lilianablochgallery.comWhen you%26rsquo;re establishing a new endeavor in Deep Ellum, why not share a building with another well-regarded dealer? So Liliana Bloch joined forces with The Public Trust%26rsquo;s Brian Gibb; the pair divvy up his existing gallery and collaborate on openings. Cue Bloch%26rsquo;s eponymous space. After time... | Read More

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