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Wednesday Morning Roundup


by Stephen Becker 3 Feb 2010

FAMOUS NAMES AT DALLAS ART FAIR: When the Dallas Art Fair opens its doors on Friday, you’ll have a chance to see work by artists whose names you normally see in museums. And, as it turns out, you’ll also see work by some artists whose names you associate more with the gossip pages. Alan Peppard […]

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FAMOUS NAMES AT DALLAS ART FAIR: When the Dallas Art Fair opens its doors on Friday, you’ll have a chance to see work by artists whose names you normally see in museums. And, as it turns out, you’ll also see work by some artists whose names you associate more with the gossip pages. Alan Peppard reports that Kristy Stubbs Gallery will show work by Georgia May Jagger, the 18-year-old daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall. He’s got the deets on some other tangentially famous artists Stubbs will be representing.

HOLLYWOOD EAST: North Texas is turning into quite the TV hotspot. ABC’s The Deep End shot here during the fall (though it’s questionable if the ratings-challenged show will return next season). Fox’s Code 58, starring Colin Hanks and Bradley Whitford, is currently filming around town. And now Unfair Park reports that the King of Blowing Things Up, Jerry Bruckheimer, is prepping a pilot about U.S. Marshals to be shot here in the spring. If you happen to see someone running and a giant explosion go off just behind them, you’ll know filming has begun.

THE FORECAST FOR SPRING: If you’re planning to travel this spring, be sure to check out Glasstire’s preview of spring visual arts happenings around the state. Among the local highlights are Michael Craig-Martin at the Goss-Michael Foundation, James Gilbert at the Dallas Contemporary and Liam Gillick at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts.

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