Posts Tagged ‘art’
James Marshall’s “Red #347”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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The coolness of the abstract shapes of James Marshall’s sculptures is set off by the vibrancy of their colors. William Campbell’s current show spotlights Marshall’s works, and the opening reception is 5pm Friday.   T...


Wayne Thiebaud’s “Salads, Sandwiches, and Dessert” at Amon Carter’s Art and Appetite.

Food, Glorious Food

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A few weeks ago we remarked in this page on Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks” and how the glass in the diner’s window was so vividly rendered that you felt like you could reach inside the painting and tap on it. Well, now yo...



The Met’s production of Rusalka broadcast is at 6:30pm at various movie theaters.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 12 Renée Fleming absolutely crushed the national anthem at the Super Bowl, didn’t she? Now you can see the soprano at her day job, so to speak, when she stars in the Met’s production of Rusalka, Dvorák’s opera t...


René West’s “Charm”

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The Art Corridor
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René West’s works carry on the legacy of Hannah Höch, the German Dadaist artist who used photo collages to critique popular culture in the 1920s. West’s collages are currently on view at TCC’s Southeast campus and will ...



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In his new book, Houston law professor David Dow bites off more than he can chew.
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University of Houston law professor and anti-death penalty crusader David Dow made a big noise in 2010 with his first book, The Autobiography of an Execution. In it, Dow took a highly personal look at the stressful, morally com...


The Kimbell’s Japanese art is a backdrop for suits in Samurai.

A Shogun’s Armor

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When the makers of Star Wars were inventing the design of Darth Vader’s helmet, they borrowed liberally from the kabuto, the helmet that samurai wore, often adorned with ornaments to identify the warrior’s place of origin a...



Retiring trumpet professor Keith Johnson gives his farewell performance with UNT Symphony Orchestra at Winspear Hall Wednesday.

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WED ▪ 5 There will be many misty eyes at Winspear Hall when retiring trumpet professor Keith Johnson gives his farewell performance with UNT Symphony Orchestra. He’ll be playing as part of Shostakovich’s First Piano Conce...


Janet Chaffee’s “Spitze”

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Artspace 111
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Artspace 111’s new show is called paper, and it features the paintings of Jim Malone, the collages of Kate Rivers, and the lacework-inspired drawings of Janet Chaffee. The show has its opening reception at 5pm Friday.   ...



Justin Ginsberg’s “Lullaby Dreams”

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The Gallery at UTA
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There’s still time to catch UTA’s 14th faculty biennial, showcasing the works of 35 faculty members in every kind of media you can imagine. The show includes Leighton McWilliams’ photographs and Justin Ginsberg’s gossam...


Daniel Binelli is one of the featured musicians at the Latin American Music Festival.

Latin American Musical Celebration

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Two major musical events start Thursday: TCU’s ninth annual Latin American Music Festival and the official inauguration of the 298-seat performance hall in the Renzo Piano Pavilion of the Kimbell Art Museum. Pianist Olga Kern...