Some changes here at Art&Seek. Good stuff!
Prada Marfa might be doomed. No, there's no fancy store in Marfa. Instead, it's a roadside advertisement — and Texas officials say it's illegal.
Eric Lee, Director of the Kimbell Art Museum, explains some of the design features of the new Piano Pavilion and talks about the excitement surrounding the buildings Nov. 27 opening.
The Kimbell Art Museum is still a little over two months away from unveiling its new addition designed by architect Renzo Piano. But this week, the museum removed the fences hiding the project from the street to shoot architectural photos of the new space. And we snapped a few of our own.
Dallas skyline is all lit up at night these days: A good thing, a purty thing … or what? Morning News architecture critic and Art & Seek’s Jerome Weeks talk with Krys Boyd at noon on THINK.
You may have noticed. The big, green, Bank of America tower has been dark since July. No worries. Just a serious upgrade in luminescence. So it’s coming back brighter and greener – and more colorful as well.
The News gets a new art critic at last and it’s a surprise, the News‘ architecture critic fries Museum Tower, Fort Worth will be less literature-friendly and nobody cares if you fry someone in Vegas: The wonderful things we learn from today’s Roundup.
A playwright’s workshop, a co-op acquisition between Dallas and Houston art museums and our annual public blow-out of light-and-sound installations downtown: How’s all that for a Wednesday roundup?
Two local guys are producing movies — really — and Fort Worth is starting to produce the kind of bulldozer frenzy that's knocked down older Dallas neighborhoods: We call it the Thursday roundup.
With the Trinity Lutheran Church coming down, Dallas’ Office of Cultural Affairs works to save glass artworks there, made by Dallas sculptor Octavio Medellin — and have them moved to the City Performance Hall.