Archive for September, 2013

The Zephyr’s Latest Art Breeze

Nicole Longnecker Gallery, 2625 Colquitt St., 713.591.4997; longneckergallery.com

After crafts pioneer Goldesberry Gallery shuttered last December, we held our breaths for a new arts arrival to bookend the Arquitectonica-designed Zephyr Building that comprises Gallery Row. Enter Nicole Longnecker Gallery. An Iowa native, owner/director/curator Longnecker brings a collector%26rsquo;s eye... | Read More

An Edifice to Adickes

Think you know artist David Adickes, the Houston-based king of the mammoth presidential busts? Think again. One of the most successful of our post-war painters, Adickes flourished in the boom era of the %26lsquo;50s, %26lsquo;60s and %26lsquo;70s, where his brand of Texas cubism meets School of Paris was among the biggest sellers at James Bute Gallery, then later DuBose Gallery. Every other... | Read More

An Edifice to Adickes

Think you know artist David Adickes, the Houston-based king of the mammoth presidential busts? Think again. One of the most successful of our post-war painters, Adickes flourished in the boom era of the %26lsquo;50s, %26lsquo;60s and %26lsquo;70s, where his brand of Texas cubism meets School of Paris was among the biggest sellers at James Bute Gallery, then later DuBose Gallery. Every other... | Read More

An Edifice to Adickes

Think you know artist David Adickes, the Houston-based king of the mammoth presidential busts? Think again. One of the most successful of our post-war painters, Adickes flourished in the boom era of the %26lsquo;50s, %26lsquo;60s and %26lsquo;70s, where his brand of Texas cubism meets School of Paris was among the biggest sellers at James Bute Gallery, then later DuBose Gallery. Every other... | Read More

FRAMED

A coup for the DMA: As the Dallas Museum of Art 's "The Body Beautiful" exhibition underscores, the ancients were not prudes. Catch this once in a lifetime arrival in its final weeks. If you miss it in Dallas, you'll have to traverse the pond to see these sculptural masterworks at their home, the venerable British Museum in London. (It's also the first time the canonical Marble statue of... | Read More

FRAMED

A coup for the DMA: As the Dallas Museum of Art 's "The Body Beautiful" exhibition underscores, the ancients were not prudes. Catch this once in a lifetime arrival in its final weeks. If you miss it in Dallas, you'll have to traverse the pond to see these sculptural masterworks at their home, the venerable British Museum in London. (It's also the first time the canonical Marble statue of... | Read More

FRAMED

A coup for the DMA: As the Dallas Museum of Art 's "The Body Beautiful" exhibition underscores, the ancients were not prudes. Catch this once in a lifetime arrival in its final weeks. If you miss it in Dallas, you'll have to traverse the pond to see these sculptural masterworks at their home, the venerable British Museum in London. (It's also the first time the canonical Marble statue of... | Read More

Fall Music Preview

On this week's show, we've got a massive amount of new music from an incredible list of fall releases, including special premieres from Poliça, Son Lux, Mount Eerie, Anna Calvi, Luscious Jackson and more.

NPR Music's Stephen Thompson and Ann Powers from NPR Music's The Record join hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton to talk about these and more, with a bonus debate about synth pop... | Read More

Gregorius Pineo Display at Culp Associates


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Gregorius Pineo Display at Culp Associates


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