Dr. Maxwell L. Anderson comes to the DMA from the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where he has served as director since 2006.
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It’s the first survey of Mark Bradford’s meteoric career. In only 10 years, he’s had a solo show at the Whitney in New York and won the ‘genius’ grant. Bradford scavenges his LA neighborhood for scraps of paper — and turns them into archeological maps, abstract expressionist swirls, murals as ephemeral as newspapers, as corroded as Roman wall paintings.
Art&Seek and the DMA are kicking off the State of the Arts series on Thursday and to celebrate, we’re offering a one year membership to the Dallas Museum of Art and your choice of KERA or KXT.
Today in the roundup: Checking in with a busy local choreographer, Hugh Laurie heads to New Orleans and cataloging the DMA’s collection.
Today in the roundup: Designing sets at Dallas Children’s Theater, searching for missing Fort Worth artists and restoring the DMA’s history online.
The final roundup of the week gets tagged in Dallas (twice), examines the trend of one-painting shows at art museums, notes the changes in Sunday’s (gay pride) Festival in Lee Park and manages a quick go-round of reviews. So the roundup needs a weekend of rest.
You’ve been waiting for it, haven’t you? I sure have. So I’ve packed a lot in this round-up: Ridglea Theatre’s new tenant, Uptown Players’ new gay pride theater festival, naked actors, more on the Kimbell’s new wall-covering and a rounding-off of other news.
9/11′s impact on books and film; how to get $4,000 for your Texas-based art project, and kids at the DMA, by the numbers.
Before she stepped down from directing the Dallas Museum of Art, Bonnie Pitman published a groundbreaking study of museum audience responses. It may well prove her most important legacy to the art museum world.
“Art of the American Indian” at the Dallas Museum of Art leads commentator Joan Davidow, director emerita of the Dallas Contemporary, to reflect on how we’ve gotten away from work of the hand.