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Candace Hicks’ “Read Me”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Do you like puzzles? The new art show at TCC’s Southeast Campus is a puzzle the size of a room. Candace Hicks’ installation acts as a giant puzzle book, with clues in the form of optical illusions and text leading to the un...


Rachael Banks Taylor’s “Taylor”

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Fort Worth Weekly
We mentioned Art Room on our Night & Day page as one of the venues taking its first bow on Gallery Night. Its debut show is fitting entitled One, and it features local and national artists doing unorthodox takes on traditio...



Carl Benton Compton’s “Woman With Nautilus”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Carl Benton and Mildred Norris Compton were big players in the world of Texas art in the first half of the 20th century, and Carl served as an art professor for 25 years at UNT back when it was called North Texas State Teachers...


John Hernandez’ “Kuklasaul”

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Fort Worth Weekly
The world of Saturday morning cartoons influences John Hernandez’ work, but he infuses their bright images with a dose of anticorporate satire. An installation of his drawings, sculptures, and wall reliefs is up at UTA, and t...



Salvador Dalí’s “On the Seizure of Life”

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Pierre Argillet was Salvador Dalí’s longtime publisher and friend, and some of the artist’s work passed into his hands over the decades. Now Argillet’s daughter Christine is accompanying the exhibit of the Surrealist’s...


Bernardo Vallarino’s “Between Dying and Death”

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Fort Worth Weekly
An exhibit at the Rose Marine Theater that’s called Between Dying and Death? It sounds like something more appropriate for Día de los Muertos. Then again, Death never takes a holiday, and Bernardo Vallarino’s sculptural in...



Harlan W. Butt’s “Grand Canyon Vessel”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Travels through Yellowstone, Denali, Acadia, and other national parks inspired Harlan W. Butt to make a series of vessels inspired by what he saw, along with a series of haiku written to go with each piece. You can see his work...


Harmony Padgett’s “Smolder”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Harmony Padgett probably wouldn’t mind if you accused her of painting with too broad a brush. She sometimes uses a broom to apply paint to her abstract canvases. These are getting their own show at William Campbell Contempora...



Conrad Felixmüller’s “Selbstbildnis”

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German Expressionism, that vibrant form that arose in post-World War I Germany before being snuffed out by Hitler, started in paintings and eventually spread to theater, music, film, and other art forms. UNT is hosting a show o...


Ricardo Paniagua’s “Paris Street, Rainy Day”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Ricardo Paniagua has created new work from the vinyl of billboards advertising the Kimbell Art Museum’s exhibits. His show, surely the first in Fort Worth to have the word “fleek” in the title, has its opening reception 6...