Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio
Ken O’Toole’s attractive abstract digital prints will be on display for this weekend only at Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery. There will be light refreshments at the west Fort Worth venue, but the exhibit will be on vi...
Heavy-handedness keeps Jerry Smith’s exhibit from achieving glory.
In the annals of Fort Worth contemporary art, Vernon Fisher probably looms the largest. And for good reason. The veteran multimedia artist and painter is a complete badass. There’s really nothing that pops up in his head that...
Amon Carter’s new exhibit isn’t comprehensive but still says a lot.
The new exhibit at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art contains all of its color in a black box. The entrance and exit to the galleries are darkened, resembling a camera obscura or dark chamber. These contraptions were used ...
Back in 1963, Kennedy was a wanted man by the de facto white supremacists who ran the city.
This is not a book about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In fact that event and its aftermath are detailed only in the epilogue. Instead, Dallas 1963 is a fascinating study of the political climate in the city i...
Chefs know that you can make marvelous (if ephemeral) sculptures out of spun sugar. Janet Morrow has taken that idea and created Sweetie Pie, her Gallery Night show at Gallery 76102. This holiday season, there’s still time fo...
William Campbell Contemporary Art
Ken Dixon’s show at William Campbell, 3 Short Stories & 12 Options, takes its inspiration from Texas’ Hill Country, but the artist renders his landscapes in paint, paper, and carved wood. The show remains up through Sat...
A new comic tackles addiction and power.
There have been as many takes on the superhero genre as there are members of the X-Men. The artform has been deconstructed, reconstructed, and outright parodied. But there’s never been a superhero who gains his powers from do...
The literature accompanying MacGuffin, a new multimedia exhibit by the Fort Worth/Dallas collective HOMECOMING! Committee, is intentionally vague: lots of talk about desire, sight, sound, multiple dimensions, and “a snapshot ...
“Nobody does something for nothing,” declares Maxine (Georgia Clinton), a bitter, delusional old woman nearing the end of her life in a respectable if impersonal eldercare facility. While she may not be as close to death as...
The classical music scene in Fort Worth is all too often one of weak attendance figures and stale, centuries-old programming. Last Tuesday’s performance of Dracula: The Music and Film by Philip Glass and his namesake ensemble...