Philip Haas’ remarkable multi-media installation, ‘Butchers, Dragons, Gods and Skeletons,’ continues to have an after-life, following its blockbuster appearance at the Kimbell in 2009.
Posts Tagged 'Kimbell Art Museum'
Today in the roundup: Chatting with the stars of Spamalot, turf wars in the local film biz and unearthing a lost masterwork.
An exhibition now at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth explores the foundation of Cubism – a style considered revolutionary in the early 20th Century. And a walk through the exhibition shows that it took two artists working as a team to turn the art world upside down.
It’s the Kimbell and Impressionism – again. Next year, the Kimbell will be the only US stop for a sizable collection of late-19th century European paintings that are going on a world tour – 73 works by the likes of Degas, Monet, Renoir and Toulouse-Lautrec, all from Massachusetts’ Clark Art Institute.
Today in the roundup: Salvator Rosa: The Video, Good Records shoots for singles and the trouble with This at Stage West.
Today in the roundup: The year in local music, a look inside the renovated Highland Park Village Theater and whither the Kimbell trees?
Here’s a little holiday gift to share with three friends: Tickets to the Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea at the Kimbell Art Museum, plus lunch and more!
Four is our magic number this week. Both of this week’s Big Deals provide winners with four tix, meaning you can enjoy art with your own entourage.
One lucky Art&Seek e-newsletter subscriber will win a day for four at the Kimbell – with lunch, and shopping! Will it be you?
We don’t choose winners for this week’s Big Deals until tomorrow. Which means you can still subscribe to the Art&Seek e-newsletter and enter here to win