Catch Dane Walters’ video of the Aurora experience Friday. And consider my thoughts on why THIS Aurora, why now, when it came to drawing crowds downtown. Don’t worry. I won’t be hurt. I know you’ll click for the video.
Archive: 'Visual Arts'
One of the biggest art shows of the fall might be taking place in your neighborhood. That’s because 10 public artworks commissioned by the Nasher Sculpture Center will be open to the public beginning Saturday. It’s part of an effort for the Nasher to have an impact beyond its downtown space.
Why build a town and dedicate it to the arts and music? “I needed a place where I could go for a beer.” KERA’s Anne Bothwell catches up with Brooks Gremmels for this week’s Friday Conversation.
Aurora is back, filling the Arts District tonight with nearly 90 video artists, digital images, performers and musicians. The essence of the artists-night-out is what the French call son et lumiere, sound-and-light shows — big, bright projections.
Congratulations to James Neal of Keller, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
The Nasher Sculpture Center marks its 10th anniversary this weekend with the official launch of the Nasher XChange, ten public artworks spread around the city. It’s a fitting tribute to the spirit of Raymond and Patsy Nasher – who enjoyed sharing their collection with the world.
Signage Works is a MAP project. And for the next week or two, Art&Seek will play host to the students who created it. Check back every day to see a new sign and learn about the artist.
The Kimbell’s new exhibition,The Age of Picasso and Matisse, is a mini-encyclopedia of early modern art: Cubists, futurists, Dadaists, Surrealists. It’s a compact explosion, the record of the artistic genius that rippled through 1900 to 1950. And we have a slideshow to prove it.
There’s lots to say about Jim Hodges’ stunning exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art. Guest blogger Gail Sachson focuses on the camoflage. PLUS: The DMA;s Hodges video.
Donald Judd’s Chinati Foundation, the minimalist museum he created out of an abandoned fort, has transformed Marfa. Problem is, the old sheds were never designed to house artworks.