Archive for August, 2019

Houston’s Chef-Driven Food Hall Sets Itself Apart by Making Things Anything But Cookie Cutter

Food halls are the new food courts of this millennium — and they’re popping up everywhere. Currently there are four in downtown Houston. In the coming months, you’ll see intriguing projects opening in Rice Village, the Heights and Washington Avenue. Some, such as the upcoming Lyric Market in the Theater District, are positively huge — … Continued

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Houston’s Chef-Driven Food Hall Sets Itself Apart by Making Things Anything But Cookie Cutter

Food halls are the new food courts of this millennium — and they’re popping up everywhere. Currently there are four in downtown Houston. In the coming months, you’ll see intriguing projects opening in Rice Village, the Heights and Washington Avenue. Some, such as the upcoming Lyric Market in the Theater District, are positively huge — … Continued

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TD partners with The Shed at Hudson Yards to expand culture and arts across New York City

TD today announced its partnership with The Shed, the new arts center on Manhattan’s Far West Side, as lead sponsor of the “Open Call” artist commissioning program. Along with TD Securities and TD Bank Group, TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank® is investing $1.5 million to support a large-scale initiative dedicated to developing and presenting new works from... | Read More

The Mexican Museum welcomes new board members

The Mexican Museum announced the addition of three new members to the Board of Trustees to assist in the expansion and construction of its new facility in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens Arts District. An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the new museum will be a space that is accessible, transparent, and focused on providing diverse communities with educational events and... | Read More

Stunning ceylon sapphire ring, jewelry from rare designers among top draws in Heritage Auctions sale

Investment-caliber gems and stunning pieces from rare designers are among the top attractions in Heritage Auctions' Fall Fine Jewelry Auction Sept. 23 in Beverly Hills, California. Among the rare designers spotlighted in the sale are Marchak, Sterlé, Flato, Taffin, Jean Vendome and Verdura. "This is an exceptional auction, because there is such a wide range of beautiful, high-quality... | Read More

Linklater to spend 20 years making new movie

Pioneering director Richard Linklater, known for his wildly ambitious projects, has announced that his latest movie will be filmed over a 20-year span. Linklater famously shot his Oscar-winning "Boyhood" over 12 years, allowing its star Ellar Coltrane to naturally age on screen from a five-year-old up to his first day of college. He will go one step further with his adaptation of Stephen... | Read More

Capsule Shanghai opens a solo exhibition of works by Ivy Haldeman

Capsule Shanghai announced the opening of New York-based artist Ivy Haldeman’s solo exhibition, (Hesitate), the first presentation of the artist’s oeuvre in Shanghai, China. It will feature her most recent paintings and an LED neon-light installation. Comprised of three idiosyncratic visual tropes: a hotdog figure, hollow business suits in pairs, and gesticulating fingers, Ivy... | Read More

WOAW opens Rostarr exhibition ‘Introspectives’

Curated by Kevin Poon and WOAW team, WOAW presents Rostarr ‘Introspectives’ art show this summer. New York City artist Roman K Yang-Rostarr, with an impressive resume of work that goes back for many years, carries on what he calls an ‘Introspectives’ for his latest show. He invites viewers to hop on a journey to experience his ideas and innermost thoughts through... | Read More

Friends with Books: Art Book Fair to launch 6th edition in Berlin

Friends with Books: Art Book Fair Berlin, Europe’s leading art book fair committed to the distribution and promotion of artists’ books celebrates its sixth edition in the iconic Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. From September 20–22, 2019, a diverse array of over 200 international artists and publisher exhibitors will present their publications,... | Read More

Whyte’s announces Irish & International Art Sale including The Butler Gallery Benefit Sale of Contemporary Art

Whyte’s auction of Irish & International Art at 6pm, Monday 16 September 2019 at the RDS will offer collectors another opportunity to acquire key pieces in the first sale of the season. This auction boasts many of the premier names in Irish art including Jack Yeats, Louis le Brocquy, May Guinness, Daniel O’Neill, Nathaniel Hone, Basil Blackshaw along with international artists such... | Read More
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