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March 2019- Dallas

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ERIN MATHEWS 214.520.8300 ERIN@ERINHOME.COM THE RESIDENT EXPERT OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. 30 Rose-cut diamond earrings at Bell and Bird A few weeks before Chrissy Sayare left for Paris for the Fall/Winter 2019 shows, we sat down for a chat. Amidst the flurry of fashion presentations and parties, Sayare, co-owner of luxury consignment store To Be Continued, opened her first international showroom, just off the Champs-Élysées. By appointment only, the showroom will be a hub for Sayare's extensive European, Asian, and Middle Eastern clientele — a rare breed of fashion collectors who consign with TBC, thus stocking her stores in Dallas, Arizona, and (soon-to-open) Beverly Hills, with a vault of women's designer fashion and accessories. To Be Continued's Paris showroom will also be open to shoppers, meaning you PARIS, A CONTINUATION Looking in the Golden Lens: What can be said about a talent whose unerring eye traverses 50 years. That artist is Keith Carter, the Beaumont-based lensman whose noteworthy photographic career commands museum and collector respect. Carter is known for his uncanny ability to mine the beautiful, haunting, or surreal from the most modest of settings. See the show that documents his half-century journey and acquire the accompanying volume — Keith Carter: Fifty Years (UT Press, signed copies at the gallery, $65) — at long-time dealer Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery (March 9 – May 4). Lights, Plexi, Color: At Liliana Bloch Gallery, Rhode Island-based Lynne Harlow returns for an immersive installation formed from her signature materials of Plexiglas, fabric, fringe, and sensual baths of light. A former Chinati artist in residence who's in the collections ART NOTES N amed for Victorian-era explorers Gertrude Bell and Isabella Bird, Austin's Bell and Bird is a go-to for rare 18th- and 19th- century jewelry in Central Texas and beyond. Owners Rhianna and Cyrus Shennum travel the world searching for antique jewels and take on a limited number of custom orders. They count themselves among a small group of jewelers who remain committed to classical techniques. After eight years in its original location, Belle and Bird moves into a renovated 1924 Colonial Revival house on West 35th Street. Treasures include an 18th-century Rivière necklace with 54 rose-cut diamonds; and a gold cannetille parure with pearls and natural pink topaz that includes earrings, a necklace, a brooch, and a detachable cross pendant with hidden locket. Bell and Bird, 1815 W. 3 5 t h S t . , A u s t i n , b e l l a n d b i r d . c o m . Lisa Collins Shaddock ROMANCING THE STONE of MoMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harlow's Liliana Bloch solo, "Golden," considers the sensibilities of life in the disparate cities of Los Angeles and Istanbul (through March 23). Fair Time: Next month, Liliana Bloch is among the 90-plus dealers gearing up for year 11 of the Dallas Art Fair at Fashion Industry Gallery (Opening Night Preview Benefit, Thursday, April 11; fair days Friday through Sunday, April 12 – 14). Stay tuned. Catherine D. Anspon might finally get your hands on that rarefied Birkin you've been coveting. To Be Continued Paris, 50 Rue de Bassano; To Be Continued Dallas, 5600 W. Lovers Lane, Christina Geyer Lynne Harlow's Tilt Toward the Sun, 2018, as staged in Brooklyn; the artist solos in "Golden" at Liliana Bloch Gallery COURTESY THE ARTIST AND MINUS SPACE, BROOKLYN To Be Continued co-owner Chrissy Sayare in Paris

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