Bad timing? Mark Lamster’s moving from New York to Dallas – just when the downtown/Arts District building boom seems to have leveled off. So what in the world’s the new architecture critic going to write about?
Posts Tagged 'Nasher Sculpture Center'
Today in the roundup: Previews of a couple of musical experiences tonight, plus more on Ken Price at the Nasher.
They’ve commissioned artworks for 10 public sites around Dallas — with artists from LA, New York, the Netherlands — and Texas. Plus, a video introducing the artists.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Memphis the Musical,’ condemning the glare and congratulations to a local community design center.
Ken Price’s sculptures look like radioactive alien life forms. Wild, whimsical yet wickedly precise. The show is the first full-career retrospective at the Nasher – and it ran into that little sunlight problem they’ve been having.
KERA reporter BJ Austin caught up with Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings today for an update on the Nasher/Museum Tower negotiations.
Today in the roundup: How the Nasher is making adjustments to protect its Ken Price show, a Dallas arts patron is honored and debating the merits of ‘Downton Abbey.’
How does a composer tackle a topic like the JFK assassination? In this video, Steven Mackey explains his thinking behind “One Red Rose,” co-commissioned by the Nasher.
Next November, Dallas will hear two new classical works marking the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination – one by an 18-year-old Chinese-American prodigy, the other from a Grammy-winning composer.
Today in the roundup: Local holiday music, the show that’s overrun the Nasher and Constantine Maroulis on Jekyll & Hyde.