Not only will Henri Cartier-Bresson’s iconic photograph of Henri Matisse rock you back on your heels, it’s closer than you imagined — in the Dallas Quadrangle, to be exact. Matisse’s paintings are enough to make anyone chuck glamorous interiors for citrus varietals and a Moorish flair for geometrically arranged tiles. Wave your credit card all you Read
Reporting from the Crow Collection of Asian Art on healing the mind-body divide.
The beauty of Dallas’ Crow Collection of Asian Art might easily tempt you — but don’t let the museum’s elegance eclipse its healing initiatives. Hint: Sunday meditation is an ideal place to start. Scholars generally agree that René Descartes, the 15-century French philosopher and mathematician, is responsible for the West’s specious understanding of mind and Read
Italian art advisor Filippo Tattoni-Marcozzi, PaperCity’s dashing foreign correspondent, hit the world’s most important art and design fairs and exhibitions this spring. With tours of duty at the Dallas-based Goss-Michael Foundation and prestigious Hamiltons gallery in London, Tattoni-Marcozzi now lives in London and Washington, D.C., and consults with private clients across the globe. He reports Read
Japanese artist Takashi Murakami may be best known for his two-dimensional, cartoon-like illustrations of smiling flowers and skulls, but the style he’s invented, Superflat, refers to much more than that. It’s also a philosophy: Commercial and high-art worlds need not be separate, the style espouses; the two can coexist, often meaningfully. Superflat is the world seen through Murakami’s lens, where Read