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JULES DE BALINCOURT and more at The Modern

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November 15 to January 25

 

The Modern’s first Director’s Council FOCUS exhibition for the 2014-2015 season features the work of New York-based artist Jules de Balincourt. The exhibition presents a selection of key works spanning the past few years of the artist’s career alongside new works on view for the first time.

Tuesday, November 18, 4 – 7 pm

 

Get everything checked off your list this year with a modern twist! Members are invited to join us at the Modern Shop to celebrate the holidays with live jazz music, wine, and exclusive discounts and offers on gifts. Members will receive an EXTRA 10% discount on selected items, a FREE gift with a purchase of $50 or more (while supplies last), and the chance to enter a raffle for a gift basket valued at $350!
 
RSVP to membership@themodern.org.
 
Stay after for the Tuesday Evenings presentation featuring FOCUS artist Jules de Balincourt
 
November 18, 7 pm

 

Jules de Balincourt, the artist featured in the Modern’s exhibition FOCUS: Jules de Balincourt, works from the position of an outsider on paintings of American politics and marginalized communities, both utopian and dystopian, in compositions that explore the shifting relationship between representation and abstraction. For Tuesday Evenings, de Balincourt shares his work and experiences over the past decade.

 

The museum galleries remain open until 7 pm on Tuesday evenings during the series (general admission applies). Café Modern serves cocktails, salads, and appetizers on Tuesday nights during the lecture series.

THIS WEEK

Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth: Masters of Form & Color

November 15, 2 pm

Alessandro Deljavan, piano; Gary Levinson, violin; Michael Klotz, viola; Jason Calloway, cello

A pre-concert discussion series with Laurie Shulman begins at 1:15 pm.

More info…

 

November 21, 5:30 pm
The idea of “slow art” has its origins in the “slow food” movement centered on the enjoyment and appreciation of food that began in Italy in the late 1980s.

 

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