… and now he’s doing it at art fairs in places like Basel and London. Does it matter? Well, it’s about a shift in the economics of the art market.
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The Dallas Theater Center’s 2010 ‘revisal’ of It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman has led to an Encores concerts version.
Many of the Baroque sculptor’s masterpieces will never tour – they’re marble fountains. But these clay models were his prep work. And before they come to the Kimbell, they’re showing at the Met in NYC.
Ed Bark, former Dallas Morning News TV critic, gets called in to write a review for The New York Times. Does this make him a ‘replacement reviewer’? Can he call a ‘holding penalty’?
NPR talks with an Opera News editor and the Washington Post‘s critic, among others, to get their sense of what’s next, good and bad, while the New York Times blames Hollywood.
They’ve known each other since 1980. They’re getting married in New York — no surprise.
Today in the roundup: The best of 817 music, 30 years of ballet in Fort Worth and the art market’s authenticity problem.
… in The New York Review of Books. The new book by the popular NYTimes columnist/humorist — As Texas Goes: How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda — was released yesterday.
The one that would permit you to perfect your vocals – live? Or harmonize with yourself as you sing? Well, it’s here.
Dallas author Ben Fountain wins praise from The New York Times, high schoolers win awards from the Dallas Summer Musicals and the Arboretum wins the right to mow some grass but it may lose the war. Talk about a jam-packed Monday Roundup.