If you have a chance to visit Dallas' most beautiful garden on a rainy night, it's a rather sublime way to experience the lushness. For the opening of Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto's new exhibition, "Cuddle on the Tightrope," our friends at the Nasher threw a soiree with South American roots on Frid ... More >>
Art fight! Art fight! Everybody ditch class and run out in the halls to watch! The rich kids are fighting about their art!
On this day when the national economy is still on life support, Texas schools are sinking into Dickensian poverty and the city can't afford sewers, our city's one and only, sol ... More >>
Flickr user: Diorama SkySpent the latter half of the afternoon tracking down a mystery for a Friend of Unfair Park, who wondered whatever became of Man and Pegasus, Carl Milles's 1949 sculpture -- one of six, actually. For a long while it's been perched at Harwood and Bryan, in front of Bryan Tow ... More >>
A Friend of Unfair Park asked this morning: "What's going on over at Cityplace? Looks like they're sinking a giant drill bit." Funny he should ask: Moments ago we got word that today's doings are related to the installation of three pieces of public art that begin at 7:30 this morning. Says the r ... More >>
Photo at left, Dallas Municipal Archives; at right, the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture MuseumYesterday, in the comments accompanying the item about the old central library on Commerce, George Gimarc asked this of the sculpture Dallasites once knew as Youth in the Hands of God: "Anyone recall th ... More >>
On our way back from an early-morning Trinity River outing yesterday (more about that tomorrow), we happened past the Trammell Crow Center on Ross. The boy wondered why there was a giant horse in the street; his mother, a former art-history major, explained that's a sculpture by Antoine Bourdelle ... More >>
Mastermind, the forthcoming animated 3-D movie from DreamWorks, is presumably a technologically sophisticated bit of filmmaking. So why's the studio promoting it via a medium associated with buffet lines and cruise ships?
Lugedoctor.comAn eight-foot tall ice sculpture of the movie's villain ... More >>
Today's eye-opener is more abstract than a short doc about Willis Winters. Instead, it's a virtual sculpture by noted neon-sign collector, Dan Holzschuh, who counts among his collection's pieces remnants from the old Prince of Hamburgers, the Circle Inn, the Gemini Drive-In and even Jack Ruby's Caro ... More >>
Patrick MichelsThis morning, crews were removing the most famous sculpture at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Don't worry, kids: It returns in a year or so.On his way into the office this morning, downtown dweller Patrick Michels stopped by the Nasher Sculpture Center, where he espied crews with cra ... 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 >>
Patrick MichelsWhen the music stops, there's only one seat open.Rosa Parks Plaza at DART's West End Station is still a noisy dust-covered construction site, but with help from sculptor Erik Blome, the corner at least has its centerpiece installed: a bronze statue of Parks on a bus seat, planted on a ... More >>