Archive for November, 2013

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

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

Taxidermy Nation

It%26rsquo;s beetles galore %26mdash; and other members of the phylum arthropoda, for internationally exhibited, highly decorated University of Wisconsin art professor Jennifer Angus. She turns taxidermy towards the insect world, crafting wildly beautiful installations with a side of Victoriana. Angus, we%26rsquo;ve just learned, has been commissioned by Houston Arts Alliance board chair Marc... | Read More

Taxidermy Nation

It%26rsquo;s beetles galore %26mdash; and other members of the phylum arthropoda, for internationally exhibited, highly decorated University of Wisconsin art professor Jennifer Angus. She turns taxidermy towards the insect world, crafting wildly beautiful installations with a side of Victoriana. Angus, we%26rsquo;ve just learned, has been commissioned by Houston Arts Alliance board chair Marc... | Read More

Taxidermy Nation

It%26rsquo;s beetles galore %26mdash; and other members of the phylum arthropoda, for internationally exhibited, highly decorated University of Wisconsin art professor Jennifer Angus. She turns taxidermy towards the insect world, crafting wildly beautiful installations with a side of Victoriana. Angus, we%26rsquo;ve just learned, has been commissioned by Houston Arts Alliance board chair Marc... | Read More

New Mix: Death Grips, Angel Olsen, GEMS, and More

On this episode of All Songs Considered, hear Robin Hilton explain why he has a Yo Gabba Gabba! song stuck in his head every day, and how the best remedy this week has been the new Death Grips record, Government Plates.

We've also got an electrified cut from the arresting singer-songwriter Angel Olsen. Her new album doesn't come out till February, but it's an early frontrunner for one of... | Read More

PC Acquire

Our feasting-themed issue naturally deserves a PC Acquire all about foodstuffs. Enter Houston artist Celeste Tammariello, who also serves as a PaperCity graphic designer. Tammariello has exhibited from Galleri Urbane in Marfa to Yvonamor Palix Gallery in Houston %26mdash; and she is also collected by our executive arts editor for her personal Pop holdings. This award-garnering creative admits... | Read More

PC Acquire

Our feasting-themed issue naturally deserves a PC Acquire all about foodstuffs. Enter Houston artist Celeste Tammariello, who also serves as a PaperCity graphic designer. Tammariello has exhibited from Galleri Urbane in Marfa to Yvonamor Palix Gallery in Houston %26mdash; and she is also collected by our executive arts editor for her personal Pop holdings. This award-garnering creative admits... | Read More

PC Acquire

Our feasting-themed issue naturally deserves a PC Acquire all about foodstuffs. Enter Houston artist Celeste Tammariello, who also serves as a PaperCity graphic designer. Tammariello has exhibited from Galleri Urbane in Marfa to Yvonamor Palix Gallery in Houston %26mdash; and she is also collected by our executive arts editor for her personal Pop holdings. This award-garnering creative admits... | Read More

New Mix: John Vanderslice, Hospitality, Marijuana Deathsquads, More

On this episode of All Songs Considered, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are still buzzing from the concerts they saw last week, from the spastic noise rock of (webcast ), to an intimate, joyful and humor-filled set by . Both shows offer a good excuse to revisit their respective 2013 albums: Dagger Beach from John Vanderslice, and Oh My Sexy Lord from Marijuana Deathsquads.

Later, Bob... | Read More

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