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“According to the gallery director Karen Marks, a lawsuit about Maier’s estate has been settled, and the photographs are back on the market, with a commission from each sale going into an escrow account managed by Cook County, Ill.”

A bit of art law news buried in a piece on the current Outside Art Fair. Background here.... | Read More

A new way of looking: Dallas Children’s Theater premieres a trans story for all teens

But as families and school administrators are beginning to acknowledge the journey that more and more young transgender people are recognizing, exploring, and living, so is Dallas Children’s Theater.... | Read More

Show Up: Jo Ann Fleischhauer at the Old Jail Art Center

But now she is the recipient of a grant through the Houston Arts Alliance, and her impending exhibition will debut at the Old Jail Art Center on Feb. 22, before making its way to the Institute for Art and Olfaction in Los Angeles in May, finally landing at Rudolph Blume Fine Art/ Artscan Gallery in Houston in October.... | Read More

Texas Studio: Delita Martin

When I visited artist Delita Martin at her Black Box Press Studio this past December, it became clear over the course of our conversation that her bold, multi-layered prints of “everyday” working-class black women emerge through a strikingly similar kind of spiritual traversal.... | Read More

TikTok Is Killing The Radio Song-writer

What makes sense on TikTok might not make sense on the old platforms. TikTok distills music down to a brief snippet you can sing along to, or dance along to or perform a comic sketch to. Its needs are different, which is changing how professional songwriters working in studios around the world are thinking about their craft. – The New York Times

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Inside Dallas’ Most Foodie Centric Neighborhood — Your Trinity Groves/Sylvan Thirty Guide

The Trinity Groves area is unique in that it’s pretty tiny, spanning only from Trinity River to Sylvan Avenue. But it’s definitely made the most of its size, packed with all sorts of restaurants, bars, and dessert hotspots. Directly south, Sylvan Thirty shopping center and apartments adds even more restaurants and popular places to grab … Continued

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Inside Dallas’ Most Foodie Centric Neighborhood — Your Trinity Groves/Sylvan Thirty Guide

The Trinity Groves area is unique in that it’s pretty tiny, spanning only from Trinity River to Sylvan Avenue. But it’s definitely made the most of its size, packed with all sorts of restaurants, bars, and dessert hotspots. Directly south, Sylvan Thirty shopping center and apartments adds even more restaurants and popular places to grab … Continued

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New York – Ugo Rondinone: “Thanx 4 Nothing (a tribute to John Giorno) at Gladstone Gallery Through January 18th, 2020

Ugo Rondinone, thanx 4 nothing (A Tribute to John Giorno) (Installation View), via Gladstone When the poet John Giorno passed away late last year, he left behind a lifetime of artistic adventurism and exploration, a reputation for his tireless support of the arts and his energetic commitment to collaboration, connection and creativity.  It makes sense then, […]... | Read More

Texas Lens: 10 Years of Flamencura in Austin

I sat down with Director Olivia Chacón to discuss Austin’s burgeoning flamenco scene, the growth of the studio and the company’s next theatrical production.... | Read More

From Russia To Dallas To Italy, Emanuel Borok Pursued His Passion And A 400-Year-Old Violin

For 25 years, Emanuel Borok was concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. With his 400-year-old violin, he helped the orchestra tune before each performance. Borok died Jan. 4. He was 75. KERA Contributor Quin Mathews interviewed Borok several times; they were friends. Mathews turned to his archives to share this remembrance of the artist and his instrument. You can click above to hear a... | Read More

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