Memories + Moments from Dallas Arts Week
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

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David Shelton Reports
from Dallas Arts Week

by David Shelton
04.17.15

A notable Texas gallerist weighs in on year seven of the Fair: The Dallas Art Fair has incrementally improved its exhibitor list over the past couple of years, with this year generating high caliber national and international galleries signing on. Accordingly, I let this be my guide. For a sampling of Dallas flair there is Read

David Shelton Reports<br /> from Dallas Arts Week
The American Dream: Nate Lowman

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

Dallas Arts Week: Salle Forth

by Catherine D. Anspon
04.10.15

Here follows an appetizer to the banquet of important smart fare that defines Dallas Arts Week. Scenes follow from the truly remarkable David Salle exhibition at the Dallas Contemporary, as well as as a coterie of Houston collectors in the house at the Dallas Art Fair Preview Gala. For our full report, tune to the FRAMED Read

Dallas Arts Week: Salle Forth
American Debut + Reunion Tour

American Debut + Reunion Tour

by Catherine D. Anspon
04.08.15

Michael Petry at Hiram Butler Gallery and at Rice U Michael Petry is arguably the most intriguing visual talent Rice University has ever produced. The El Paso native earned a Rice degree then catapulted on to study in England, capping off his education with a PhD from Middlesex University. Petry returns to Houston this week for dual purposes: to attend his Read