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Posts Tagged 'Kimbell Art Museum'
Today in the roundup: Local music notes, assessing the last 25 years in local art dealing and secrets of the Fort Worth cultural district.
In the Art&Seek segment of Think TV, we talk with archaeologist Michelle Rich, who led the team that discovered Mayan funerary treasures featured prominently in the Kimbell Art Museum exhibition “Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea.”
Today in the roundup: Reading the Mayans, remembering 9/11 and scenes from the coast.
A centennial and a bicentennial the same year: Mexico has something to celebrate these days. And North Texas museums, galleries and concert halls are pitching in, with a wave of openings timed around Sept. 16, Mexico’s Independence Day.
Today in the roundup: Teaching future jazz legends, Texas Dance Theatre’s new season and a sneak peek at the Kimbell’s Maya show.
Today in the roundup: Rock stars old and new come to town, ranking the country’s museums and chilling out your dog with music.
Today in the roundup: the DMA gets smart, local theater news and the Kimbell is looking to raise a little cash.
The Italian architect has now designed three of Texas’ leading art museums: the Nasher in Dallas, the Menil in Houston and the Kimbell expansion in Fort Worth. All three, he says, are a legacy of his work with his ‘master’ — original Kimbell architect Louis Kahn.
When he was director of the Kimbell Art Museum, the late Edmund Pillsbury had long sought a high-quality painting by Guercino, the 17th-century Italian master. Now the Kimbell has one — which it acquired in memory of Pillsbury, who died last month.