Be Careful What You Wish For, or That Time I Finally Visited Centre Pompidou

This is the first of an occasional series of posts I will write on museums I have visited in recent years. These posts are not intended to be full-blown travel journalism, with all the details on what you’ll need to plan a visit. Rather, since all that info is readily available online, I will offer

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Sipping Wine for Salvador Dalí

This past Saturday night, a friend and I went to check out the opening reception for a show of Salvador Dalí prints and drawings for sale at Russell Fine Art Gallery. I’ve been to openings at the Russell many times. It’s one of the few places in Austin (that I know of) that brings in

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Wading into Contemporary Art

I had a neat experience earlier tonight. I attended a reception that included a preview of a new art exhibit where we got to see the artist finishing the installation of his pieces. The exhibit is called Luz y Movimiento (light and motion), and it’s by a Venezuelan artist named Ender Martos. I liked his

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