On the other side you will find a report William H. Whyte -- The Organization Man -- gave to the Dallas City Council on June 15, 1983. Whyte, then a fellow at the Dallas Institute who often came to town to give speeches on how to make our city "livable," wondered, quite simply, why Dallas didn't ... More >>
I did not know you could park next to Henry Moore's Vertebra in Three Pieces in front of City Hall.Surely you're aware by now: The Good Guys, filming here till July, makes its sneak-premiere two weeks from tonight at 7 on FOX. From the sound of the e-mails we get almost every day, most of the Fri ... More >>
We first took a long, hard look at Jaume Plensa's Sho, otherwise known as the 13-foot-tall head that weighs 600 pounds, back in August, when SMU's Meadows Museum announced its acquisition. But the sculpture rears its lovely head tonight with the official unveiling as the Meadows reopens the redes ... More >>
Last night's Passover seder no doubt kept some of you from attending the Dallas Tea Party planning session in advance of next Wednesday's rally in front of Dallas City Hall, scheduled from 5 to 9 p.m. -- and, do note, the time's been changed as the group says it's "been notified that a national news ... More >>
David Byrne shot True Stories at NorthPark Center, no doubt because it was the only art gallery in the world with a Gap. As we were leaving the office on Friday, word came down that Raymond Nasher had fallen ill on a flight back from Europe and had died at 85; no doubt you've read myriad pieces in ... More >>
It's too cool for school, but can we call it art?
And clothes off
Nasher Sculpture Center
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A year of capital-city pretensions and "Untitled Turkeys"
Meadows' show of Santiago Calatrava's designs is one big missed opportunity
The DMA's Henry Moore show leaves no multi-ton stone unturned
Tow to tangle, Ho-ho-ho
Ray Nasher wants to give the city his sculptures, but first there's a small zoning matter