Last week, the security cameras at the Meadows Museum caught Edmund P. Pillsbury (Ted to his friends and sycophants) red-handed. Actually, surveillance video revealed white-gloved hands carefully tracing the gentle curve of a nude woman's buttocks. He was seen stroking the arch of another's back, caressing the contours of her tiny breasts, up in the galleries. Away from the art-filled office where he runs Southern Methodist University's underappreciated art museum, Pillsbury was pressing the flesh of exquisitely drawn female figures, fondling images of courtesans cavorting on rarely seen,... More >>>
The centerpiece of the exhibit, the "bilingual" amphora, shows both Appollonian and Dionysian themes.