Revelry at Rienzi<br />Twilight Tours to Start in May
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Revelry at Rienzi
Twilight Tours to Start in May

04.23.15

Rienzi, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston‘s house museum for European decorative arts (and the former home of philanthropists Carroll Sterling Masterson and Harris Masterson III), hosts its annual spring party this evening. And, starting next month, Rienzi opens for spring twilight tours. On May 20 and 27, guests will be invited to experience the collection and gardens Read

PC Acquire: Patrick Kratz

04.18.15

Meet Patrick Kratz, whose career intersects fine art and photography, seamlessly migrating between landscape and nature-based work and the rigors of images crafted for national advertising and editorial clients. At the heart of his investigations is a sense of time, space and a refi ned clarity and abstract strength, all elements visible in a new Read

PC Acquire: Patrick Kratz
NorthPark Center Presents 6th Annual ARTsPARK
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NorthPark Center Presents 6th Annual ARTsPARK

04.17.15

Transforming a luxe shopping mecca into a bustling, interactive arts scene might seem like a daunting task, but NorthPark Center — already a celebrated art hub — does it with ease. During its free ARTsPARK extravaganza Saturday, April 18, 1 to 5 pm, connoisseurs from organizations including the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Crow Read

The American Dream: Nate Lowman

by Catherine D. Anspon
04.16.15

He was among the post-9/11 “Three Amigos” who set Manhattan’s downtown scene a fire, along with fellow provocateurs Dan Colen (on view at James Cope’s gallery during Fair Week) and late Menil progeny/prodigy Dash Snow. This internationally exhibited, Guggenheim-collected, Whitney Biennial painter/sculptor/maker with his preternaturally gray hair was also famously stalked by paparazzi when he Read

The American Dream: Nate Lowman
Memories + Moments from Dallas Arts Week

Memories + Moments from Dallas Arts Week

by Catherine D. Anspon
04.15.15

Cheetos, Corn Flakes and a Bugatti, a Twig Room, Twin It-Girl Brit Painters + a $2.2 Million Night: 12 Highlights from Dallas Arts Week 2015 We already reported upon the remarkable David Salle showing at the Dallas Contemporary, which rightly so, deserved its own blog post. Here are more memories and moments from a week Read