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Quin's travels to Brazil

After you listen to our retrospective on the late architect Oscar Niemeyer and the futuristic city of Brasília, take a look at some of the images Quin took with his camera on his 2011 trip to the capital city.


Oscar Niemeyer's Brasília

Architect Oscar Niemeyer recently passed away at the age of 104. We take a look back at the late architect's futuristic creations in Brazil. Listen to it here:

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Oscar Niemeyer's Brasilia


Podcast: Art Matters for October 28, 2012

On this week's show, an interview with Dallas Museum of Art director Max Anderson about their new digital archives. Find out how Art Matters will be a part of it.

Then Sharon speaks to the architect of The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 10 years after its construction.

Plus, we take a look at the newest exhibitions at the Nasher Sculpture Center.

All that and some very special news about our future.

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Art Matters, October 28 2012


Coming up this Sunday, October 28

We have a packed week on Art Matters:

First, listen to Quin's conversation with Dallas Museum of Art director Max Anderson about the DMA's new digital archive.  Find out how Art Matters will be a part of it.

Then Sharon interviews renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando for the tenth anniversary of the opening of his building, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.  Listen to how he feels about the building ten years later.

Lastly, two shows at the Nasher Sculpture Center push the boundaires of sculpture. we speak to Curator Dakin Hart on "Sculpture in So Many Words" and chief curator Jed Morse on the companion book/exhibit "Fountainhead," based on the iconic image of Marcel Duchamp.

Catch Art Matters Radio, this Sunday at 5:30 p.m. on WRR 101.  Click here to listen live.



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First, Sharon has a conversation with Goergia Clinton about her role in the play, Children.  Check out the show presented by the Wingspan Theatre Company, now playing at the Bath House Cultural Center.  And as we continue our look back on the past 24 years of our show, this week we focus on architecture.  Listen for our past interviews with Frank Gehry (pictured right), I.M. Pei and Stanley Marcus on why he fired Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Art Matters, September 30 2012