Archive for November, 2013

Thanksgiving Edition: Songs About Your Family

How would you describe your family in a song? Would it be AC/DC's ominous "Highway to Hell," or The Beatles' warm, sentimental "All You Need Is Love"?

Last week we asked you to tell us about the songs that remind you of your family. We got a lot of wonderful stories (and a few unsettling ones), along with a bunch of great song suggestions that reflect the same wide range of family... | Read More

A Kimbell Piano

Wednesday, November 27, is the day when we%26rsquo;ll witness part two of a worldwide architectural story that began in 1972 with the opening of Louis Kahn%26rsquo;s immortal Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth %26mdash; a concrete, travertine and glass masterpiece for the ages. With the unveiling of the Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell, another architect has dared challenge Kahn %26mdash; Genoa-,... | Read More

A Kimbell Piano

Wednesday, November 27, is the day when we%26rsquo;ll witness part two of a worldwide architectural story that began in 1972 with the opening of Louis Kahn%26rsquo;s immortal Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth %26mdash; a concrete, travertine and glass masterpiece for the ages. With the unveiling of the Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell, another architect has dared challenge Kahn %26mdash; Genoa-,... | Read More

A Kimbell Piano

Wednesday, November 27, is the day when we%26rsquo;ll witness part two of a worldwide architectural story that began in 1972 with the opening of Louis Kahn%26rsquo;s immortal Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth %26mdash; a concrete, travertine and glass masterpiece for the ages. With the unveiling of the Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell, another architect has dared challenge Kahn %26mdash; Genoa-,... | Read More

Art Notes

Triple Play: Fall has a surreal feel, best mirrored in Misty Keasler%26rsquo;s moody images that marry taxidermy with elements of the other side. Debuting her new body of work, Keasler departs (for this one show only) from her hometown gallery PDNB to show with The Public Trust, the Deep Ellum space owned and curated by her husband, Brian Gibb. The vignettes, which star little deer, are equal... | Read More

Art Notes

Triple Play: Fall has a surreal feel, best mirrored in Misty Keasler%26rsquo;s moody images that marry taxidermy with elements of the other side. Debuting her new body of work, Keasler departs (for this one show only) from her hometown gallery PDNB to show with The Public Trust, the Deep Ellum space owned and curated by her husband, Brian Gibb. The vignettes, which star little deer, are equal... | Read More

Art Notes

Triple Play: Fall has a surreal feel, best mirrored in Misty Keasler%26rsquo;s moody images that marry taxidermy with elements of the other side. Debuting her new body of work, Keasler departs (for this one show only) from her hometown gallery PDNB to show with The Public Trust, the Deep Ellum space owned and curated by her husband, Brian Gibb. The vignettes, which star little deer, are equal... | Read More

It’s Hopper Time

We%26rsquo;re still obsessed with American master Edward Hopper (1882%26ndash;1967). His work makes three important marks upon the canvas this season, beginning with the extraordinary drawing show %26ldquo;A Painter%26rsquo;s Process,%26rdquo; organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Dallas Museum of Art (November 17 %26ndash; February 16). Highlights include the sketch for the... | Read More

It’s Hopper Time

We%26rsquo;re still obsessed with American master Edward Hopper (1882%26ndash;1967). His work makes three important marks upon the canvas this season, beginning with the extraordinary drawing show %26ldquo;A Painter%26rsquo;s Process,%26rdquo; organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Dallas Museum of Art (November 17 %26ndash; February 16). Highlights include the sketch for the... | Read More

Bidding for Pop Kings

Among the bounty of top lots up for acquisition during the red-hot November sales, Texas-founded Heritage Auctions stakes a claim %26mdash;you might just pick up some treasures here while other collectors aren%26rsquo;t looking. Heritage%26rsquo;s department head, the erudite European Frank Hettig, has assembled a trove of modern and contemporary offerings that tilt to Pop, on the block in two... | Read More

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