Archive for September, 2013

Gone Global

Behind the buzz and inside the booths of year three, arts editor Catherine D. Anspon deciphers one of the most diverse fairs in America. From Latin American modern masters showcased by gallerists from Buenos Aires to Bogata %26mdash; and, for the first time, a pavilion serving cutting-edge Korean fare %26mdash; see who%26rsquo;s on our acquisitions antenna at HFAF come September.

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Gone Global

Behind the buzz and inside the booths of year three, arts editor Catherine D. Anspon deciphers one of the most diverse fairs in America. From Latin American modern masters showcased by gallerists from Buenos Aires to Bogata %26mdash; and, for the first time, a pavilion serving cutting-edge Korean fare %26mdash; see who%26rsquo;s on our acquisitions antenna at HFAF come September.

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Gone Global

Behind the buzz and inside the booths of year three, arts editor Catherine D. Anspon deciphers one of the most diverse fairs in America. From Latin American modern masters showcased by gallerists from Buenos Aires to Bogata %26mdash; and, for the first time, a pavilion serving cutting-edge Korean fare %26mdash; see who%26rsquo;s on our acquisitions antenna at HFAF come September.

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Food for Thought

Two exhibitions this season remind us of the creative interconnectivity between cooking and art-making, fine dining and savoring a blockbuster exhibition. We can%26rsquo;t wait for %26ldquo;Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art%26rdquo; at the Blaffer Art Museum (September 6 %26ndash; December 7). Not since Jennifer Rubell served porridge at Art Basel Miami Beach have we been so... | Read More

Food for Thought

Two exhibitions this season remind us of the creative interconnectivity between cooking and art-making, fine dining and savoring a blockbuster exhibition. We can%26rsquo;t wait for %26ldquo;Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art%26rdquo; at the Blaffer Art Museum (September 6 %26ndash; December 7). Not since Jennifer Rubell served porridge at Art Basel Miami Beach have we been so... | Read More

Food for Thought

Two exhibitions this season remind us of the creative interconnectivity between cooking and art-making, fine dining and savoring a blockbuster exhibition. We can%26rsquo;t wait for %26ldquo;Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art%26rdquo; at the Blaffer Art Museum (September 6 %26ndash; December 7). Not since Jennifer Rubell served porridge at Art Basel Miami Beach have we been so... | Read More

MacArthur Genius on Stage

One of the most brilliant choreographers and collaborators of our time,%26nbsp;Bill T.Jones, takes stage this month to inaugurate the first annual Mitchell Artist Lecture. A MacArthur Genius and Kennedy Center Award winner, Jones%26rsquo; tantalizing career includes the Tony-garnering musicals Fela! and Spring Awakening. Why we%26rsquo;re going: to get the behind-the-scenes scoop on... | Read More

MacArthur Genius on Stage

One of the most brilliant choreographers and collaborators of our time,%26nbsp;Bill T.Jones, takes stage this month to inaugurate the first annual Mitchell Artist Lecture. A MacArthur Genius and Kennedy Center Award winner, Jones%26rsquo; tantalizing career includes the Tony-garnering musicals Fela! and Spring Awakening. Why we%26rsquo;re going: to get the behind-the-scenes scoop on... | Read More

MacArthur Genius on Stage

One of the most brilliant choreographers and collaborators of our time,%26nbsp;Bill T.Jones, takes stage this month to inaugurate the first annual Mitchell Artist Lecture. A MacArthur Genius and Kennedy Center Award winner, Jones%26rsquo; tantalizing career includes the Tony-garnering musicals Fela! and Spring Awakening. Why we%26rsquo;re going: to get the behind-the-scenes scoop on... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s a Texas Fall: Our fave shows involve the hometown team. Jump into the season with openings for McKay Otto at Nave Museum and Michael Bise at Moody Gallery, September 6 and 7, respectively. Both border on the extraordinary. Bise%26rsquo;s drawings are more than graphite on paper; they%26rsquo;re informed by personal history and, the true-life tale of this heart-transplant recipient... | Read More

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