The Main Feeling
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The Main Feeling

Pop Around the World
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Pop Around the World

Cartographer’s Dilemma
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Cartographer’s Dilemma

Gavin Delahunty on revisionist curation, the DMA's exhibition of Frank Bowling's map paintings, and the…

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Meetings in Art & Music
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Meetings in Art & Music

Isa Genzken: Retrospective
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Isa Genzken: Retrospective

Beyond Buildings
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Beyond Buildings

Great and/or Mediocre Houston and/or Texas Art of the Past and/or Present in Houston Museums Now!
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Great and/or Mediocre Houston and/or Texas Art of the Past and/or Present in Houston Museums Now!

That’s the muddled message coming out of Randy Tibbits’s complaint about what he sees as…

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Maurizo Cattelan and Nobuo Sekine–Who Wore It Better?
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Maurizo Cattelan and Nobuo Sekine–Who Wore It Better?

IMAGE: From left: Maurizio Cattelan, Untitled, 2009; and Nobuo Sekine, Phase of Nothingness — Cloth…

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Let There Be ‘Nur’
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Let There Be ‘Nur’

Wu-Tang Clan, the Single-Copy Album and Museums
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Wu-Tang Clan, the Single-Copy Album and Museums

IMAGE: Dario Robleto, At War With the Entropy of Nature / Ghosts Don’t Always Want…

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Seeing Klimt and “Timeless Modernity” in Islamic Art
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Seeing Klimt and “Timeless Modernity” in Islamic Art

If this early 13th-century Persian tile, which we're using as our April cover image, looks…

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Thomas Sully: Painted Performance
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Thomas Sully: Painted Performance

SAN ANTONIO—Well-represented in museum collections, the 19th-century Philadelphia portrait painter Thomas Sully (1783-1872) isn’t exactly…

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Looking at Milwaukee, Thinking About San Antonio
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Looking at Milwaukee, Thinking About San Antonio

At least from my vantage point in Houston, there don't seem to be many tea…

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performania
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performania

In doing some early research on the history of ballet in Texas, I emailed my…

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Are We World Class Yet?
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Are We World Class Yet?

Too Much is ‘Never Enough’
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Too Much is ‘Never Enough’

One of the Dallas Museum of Art’s strongest collecting areas is art made after World…

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Museum in Transition
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Museum in Transition

One of my most powerful art memories of 2013 is visiting the traveling exhibition 30…

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Hopper Drawing & Robert Smithson in Texas
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Hopper Drawing & Robert Smithson in Texas

A little Edward Hopper goes a long way with me, though I can’t picture American…

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Human and Alien
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Human and Alien

Matthew Bourbon Lets “Internal Disputes” Play Out in Paint IMAGE: (Detail from) Matthew Bourbon, viagra…

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Artifacts:  September 2013
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Artifacts: September 2013

Houston artist Robert Pruitt and FotoFest International founders Wendy Watriss and Frederick Baldwin will be…

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15th Annual Young Masters Exhibition at DMA
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15th Annual Young Masters Exhibition at DMA

Exhibition features fifty-six works from local Advanced Placement Studio Art, shop Art History, shop and…

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Dallas Museum of Art Announces Inaugural Art Ball Graduate Student Prize
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Dallas Museum of Art Announces Inaugural Art Ball Graduate Student Prize

Dallas Art Fair to Sponsor Prize as Part of Art Ball 2013 The Dallas Museum…

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Cézanne: A Life at Dallas Museum of Art
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Cézanne: A Life at Dallas Museum of Art

Alex Danchev in Conversation with Michael Ennis Acclaimed biographer Alex Danchev has created the first…

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