Well-known Dallas attorney and civic leader Tom Luce has agreed to mediate a high-stakes dispute between the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Museum Tower, which is under construction next door.
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Today in the roundup: Dallas Art Fair thinks locally, Museum Tower vs. the Nasher and attracting new opera fans.
Today in the roundup: Trouble in the Arts District, reviewing Emma in Fort Worth and local music bits.
Today in the roundup: The Kimbell’s important acquisition, designing the Nasher’s Soundings series and awards for Texas writers.
Today in the roundup: 8.0 closing to benefit Modern, assessing The Bacchae at the Nasher and CADD’s creative dinner.
… which doesn’t really lead to a punchline because Thursday’s roundtable, sponsored by Art & Seek and the Dallas Museum of Art, actually led to a wide-ranging, intelligent conversation about the local contemporary arts scene.
Today in the roundup: Kristin Chenoweth speaks, the Amon Carter’s Andrew Walker travels, plus other odds and ends.
Kristen Chenoweth can’t make her sold-out Nasher Salon evening November 15. It’s kinda ironic why.
Turner Prize-winning British artist Tony Cragg calls himself a materialist – for the ways he’s expanded sculpture’s vocabulary with modern materials and turned those materials inside-out. The Nasher exhibition is a sinuous swirl of stone, wood, metal and plastic.
THINK host Krys Boyd talks with Turner Prize-winning sculptor Tony Cragg about his new show at the Nasher Sculpture Center — the first American exhibition of his work in the US in almost 20 years. They discuss ‘art history’ and ‘personal history,’ as he says — Pop Art to biochemistry to rubbish dumps.