Today in the roundup: Extra cash for the OCA, Sarah Jaffe’s new CD (and DVD!) and the details of The Modern’s design.
Posts Tagged 'Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth'
Before we hit the beach, we offer yet another Dallasite making a debut on a New York stage — this time with a play. We catch up with KNON and ‘Porgy and Bess,’ plus Brit theater flickering to life at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
The great British painter died in July, but he’ll be coming to Fort Worth in a major retrospective of his portrait paintings. THIS WILL BE THE ONLY U.S. VENUE.
Today in the roundup: Remembering Cy Twombly locally, a battle of wits in Fort Worth and previewing the Modern Dance Festival.
Royal gift suggestions from the DMA, new high school musical theater awards, a dust-up over ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ memoir and lots of talk/not talk about a contemporary art curating controversy — all in today’s roundup.
Today in the roundup: Teresita Fernández at the Modern, Strindberg at the Undermain and “dynamic pricing” for concerts.
Today in the roundup: A new record label in Fort Worth, Ed Ruscha stays busy and a DSO favorite is back.
Today in the roundup: Michael Auping talks Ed Ruscha, a high-flying Evita and free music from a local favorite.
Car culture and the American landscape have been Ed Ruscha’s twin topics since he took Route 66 west from Oklahoma in 1956. Fort Worth’s Modern Art Museum has a major retrospective of 50 years of his art: maps, photos, parking lots, gas stations, the works.
Today in the roundup: A debut from the DSO, local music notes and a look at Ed Ruscha at the Modern.