Dallas’ New Creative Class: Art Difference Makers Prep for Their Major Fair Moment

Dallas’ New Creative Class: Art Difference Makers Prep for Their Major Fair Moment

04.04.17

Just as she gravitates towards labels by women designers (The Row, Rosie Assoulin, and Céline fill her closet), Dallas native Hannah Hoffman acquires art works from women such as German artist Read

Houston’s Art Hermit: Dynamic Talent Insists on a Simple Life, Shuns Monetary Rewards to Promote Peace

03.24.17

INSIDE THE MONK-LIKE PURITY OF ACTIVIST AND ARTIST FORREST PRINCE’S HOME Forrest Prince lives a modest life — resembling a hermit who has taken a Read

Houston’s Art Hermit: Dynamic Talent Insists on a Simple Life, Shuns Monetary Rewards to Promote Peace
Houston’s Jazz Church Searches for a Home: Is the City’s Hidden Music Legacy in Danger of Being Lost?

Houston’s Jazz Church Searches for a Home: Is the City’s Hidden Music Legacy in Danger of Being Lost?

02.21.17

It’s a dark and cold evening, but a group of true believers has gathered for a higher purpose. A diverse crowd of 20 clusters in Read

Generation Next: This Young Curator Doesn’t Own a Car (in Texas), Bowls Like a Pro and Finds New Art Stars

02.06.17

Anna Katherine Brodbeck’s favorite work at the Dallas Museum of Art is a billowing acrylic on canvas by artist Sam Gilliam titled Leaf, 1970, which Read

Generation Next: This Young Curator Doesn’t Own a Car (in Texas), Bowls Like a Pro and Finds New Art Stars
Art & Business: This Private Fine Art Consultant Finds Her Well-Off Clients Unusual Works

Art & Business: This Private Fine Art Consultant Finds Her Well-Off Clients Unusual Works

01.30.17

For our first Art & Business story we spoke to Jacquelyn Herold the founder/owner/director of Herold Fine Art, a contemporary advisory service based in Dallas. We Read

A Treasure Trove of Roman Silver is Shown Off in Houston: But France Wants Its Splendors Back (So Hurry)

01.11.17

Did you think Versailles royals, Renaissance popes, Mughal-era maharajas, or 19th-century American robber barons cornered the market on sumptuous silver? Think again. No one did it like the Romans — especially around Read

A Treasure Trove of Roman Silver is Shown Off in Houston: But France Wants Its Splendors Back (So Hurry)
A Covert Market in Royal Indian Jewels: Dallas Gem Master Quietly Builds a Museum Worthy Collection

A Covert Market in Royal Indian Jewels: Dallas Gem Master Quietly Builds a Museum Worthy Collection

11.08.16

Imagine India at night. It’s dark, and Jayshree Dalal has discreetly entered the home of one of India’s royal families. Over tea, she discusses heirloom Read

East Meets West: Powerful Exhibit at MFAH Should Not Be Overlooked

by Angela Shah
10.22.16

While the newly launched exhibit “Degas: A New Vision” is, deservedly, receiving much of the attention at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, it’s worth your Read

East Meets West: Powerful Exhibit at MFAH Should Not Be Overlooked