Archive for October, 2013

FRAMED

Explosive (literally) out-of-the-box collage making from Howard Sherman, a UNT grad (and Texas Artists Today talent) who bravely enters another painting world. At McMurtrey Gallery, in "Metaphyscial Batman," opening this Saturday, October 26 through November 27.%26nbsp;

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Art Notes

Pick Four: Science hearts art at Craighead Green Gallery with Gary Schafter%26rsquo;s latest paintings %26mdash; exquisite renderings that address the debate over cloning, while recalling the grand tradition of American realist art dating back to the 19th century (October 12 %26ndash; November 16). Schafter has been earnestly painting in San Antonio for decades; his work merits a close look... | Read More

Art Notes

Pick Four: Science hearts art at Craighead Green Gallery with Gary Schafter%26rsquo;s latest paintings %26mdash; exquisite renderings that address the debate over cloning, while recalling the grand tradition of American realist art dating back to the 19th century (October 12 %26ndash; November 16). Schafter has been earnestly painting in San Antonio for decades; his work merits a close look... | Read More

Art Notes

Pick Four: Science hearts art at Craighead Green Gallery with Gary Schafter%26rsquo;s latest paintings %26mdash; exquisite renderings that address the debate over cloning, while recalling the grand tradition of American realist art dating back to the 19th century (October 12 %26ndash; November 16). Schafter has been earnestly painting in San Antonio for decades; his work merits a close look... | Read More

Dallas Contemporary Takes the Cake

It%26rsquo;s not every year that the city%26rsquo;s most beloved non-collecting art museum turns 35. Thus, the Dallas Contemporary has planned its own truly inspired birthday party. Christened %26ldquo;Alive for 35,%26rdquo; the event%26rsquo;s pi%26egrave;ce de r%26eacute;sistance is %26ldquo;Acceleration,%26rdquo; an exhibition that features works from a veritable who%26rsquo;s who from the... | Read More

Dallas Contemporary Takes the Cake

It%26rsquo;s not every year that the city%26rsquo;s most beloved non-collecting art museum turns 35. Thus, the Dallas Contemporary has planned its own truly inspired birthday party. Christened %26ldquo;Alive for 35,%26rdquo; the event%26rsquo;s pi%26egrave;ce de r%26eacute;sistance is %26ldquo;Acceleration,%26rdquo; an exhibition that features works from a veritable who%26rsquo;s who from the... | Read More

Dallas Contemporary Takes the Cake

It%26rsquo;s not every year that the city%26rsquo;s most beloved non-collecting art museum turns 35. Thus, the Dallas Contemporary has planned its own truly inspired birthday party. Christened %26ldquo;Alive for 35,%26rdquo; the event%26rsquo;s pi%26egrave;ce de r%26eacute;sistance is %26ldquo;Acceleration,%26rdquo; an exhibition that features works from a veritable who%26rsquo;s who from the... | Read More

New Mix: Sleigh Bells, Omar Souleyman, Blood Orange, More

On this episode of All Songs Considered, NPR Music's Stephen Thompson stops by in his 1984 Dodge Omni to pick up hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton for a trip down Memory Lane, revisiting artists they discovered years ago.

Stephen's most recent Good Listener column asked the question: "How do you get your parents into new music?" The gang talks about the dynamic of sharing music between... | Read More

New Mix: Of Montreal, Gem Club, Perera Elsewhere, More

New Mix: Of Montreal, Gem Club, Perera Elsewhere, More

It's been a dreary, rainy week in D.C. On this episode of All Songs Considered, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are a little stir crazy after being stuck inside during the storms. But, with thunder rolling in the background, Robin kicks things off with an ethereal cut from the Berlin-based trip-hop artist Perera Elsewhere that... | Read More

FRAMED

Every couple years, if we are lucky, we get a new series of paintings by Miz Fuchs, who besides being one of our most notable former MFAH%26nbsp;Core Fellows, also has the distinction of being the winner of the very first Hunting Art Prize ($50,000) awarded in Texas. The latest, the exquisitely installed (Re)Collection at Texas Gallery says a lot about curatorial understatement and the power... | Read More

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