2 months ago | Arts & Culture News
There is a long history of symphony orchestras taking their music outside in the summers, performing in surprising places during a season in which we all seem to seek events that are more approachable and less formal than a night at the symphony. ...
4 months ago | Visual Art
When Dee Mitchell approached Ludwig Schwarz about doing a retrospective of Schwarz’s drawings, he told Mitchell he hadn’t drawn in years and wasn’t planning to return to it anytime soon. Not to be deterred, the two came up with something else...
6 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Yayoi Kusama occupies an interesting position in the world of contemporary art; few artists have achieved the level of mainstream celebrity this Japanese artist commands. Of course, some in the art world wonder at that status, especially since Kus...
8 months ago | Visual Art
“I want my work to completely abandon the notion that I’m working for a specific audience,” Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich says, responding to a probing question concerning the globalized art world contemporary artists are forced to reckon with. Pi...
9 months ago | Books
Chuck Klosterman speaks at the Dallas Museum of Art 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 Nostalgia is a controversial topic in artistic circles. Critics hate it (it’s uncritical and lazy), but audiences love it (it’s fun and escapist). Culture critic Chuck ...
10 months ago | Festivals
Three years in, SOLUNA, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s annual International Music & Arts Festival, is still trying to forge an identity. In contrast to the first year’s big splash under the direction of Anna Sophia Van-Zweden, and last year’s...