Red opened last weekend at Curious Theatre Company. We'll publish a full review in the next Westword -- but Juliet Wittman was so impressed with the production, she provided this sneak preview: John Logan's Red is a two-hander about painter Mark Rothko. The year is 1958, and he has been commissione ... More >>
It's nearly Thanksgiving, and since gratitude is for the weak, I'm thankful this year for one thing and one thing only: imminent victory. As we move into the fourth week of Movember, that great month during which brave men attempt to eradicate cancer by growing mustaches (thus raising awareness, whi ... More >>
Frank Chimero's rendering of Colorado.Less is more, observed Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the architect widely regarded as the father of the modern steel-and-glass skyscraper, and it's likely Frank Chimero agrees; working with simple shapes and a pristine minimalist aesthetic, the illustrator an ... More >>
Florence Knolldefines modern at the Kirkland Museum.
Charles Eames's work turns Emmanuel Gallery into a showcase of modern design.
The DAM's new Hamilton functions as a 3-D advertisement and as a museum.
Revving Up Retro
Old guys still rule the architecture world.
October 1 - 7, 1998