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Randall Reid’s “Reflection”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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The name of the game is “retro” at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Randall Reid’s new show of collages takes its inspiration from commercial and graphic art from the 1960s, specifically from pulp novel covers and Space...


Danville Chadbourne’s “The Tenacious Mystery of Divergence”

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Artspace 111
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Danville Chadbourne will be all over Artspace 111. As part of the Bryan native’s new solo show, his large ceramic sculptures will be on display on the grounds outside the gallery while his paintings will be exhibited inside. ...



"The moor" totally kicks Damien Hirst's ass.

Museum Swap: Bernini

ANTHONY MARIANI
There’s this really ridiculous, rarely fun game I play called Museum Swap, in which I try to picture an exhibit at one of our major museums –– the Carter, Kimbell, or Modern –– in either one or both of the other two. ...


Tom Hollenback’s “SPWP-SD3”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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The name of Tom Hollenback’s new solo show at William Campbell Contemporary Art is Mutabilis, Latin for “mutable,” a quality illustrated by the artist’s work here. One way he blurs the line between two-dimensional and t...



Benjamin Terry’s “The Crane”

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TCC Southeast Campus
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Benjamin Terry’s new show at TCC Southeast Campus is made up of paintings and drawings on wood panels. The artist seems to have moved away from figurative works, but he clearly hopes that viewers can still discern a story at ...


Christopher Wallace’s “Grooming Part 1”

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Gallery 414
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The concept of Gallery 414’s show is right there in the title: Six printmakers have made works in other media for this exhibit. This is the first show at Gallery 414 since the place temporarily closed due to street constructi...



Allie Pohl’s “Untitled”

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UNT on the Square
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The cultural and artistic history of Iran is not only rich but also unique, owing to the country’s origins as a non-Arab, non-Muslim society. Despite an oppressive government and continued political upheavals, it continues to...


Kim Cadmus Owens’ “Smoke and Mirrors: Coming and Going”

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The Gallery at UTA
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The Gallery at UTA gives us striking works by two Dallas artists this month. Allison V. Smith’s photographs of life in rural Texas are juxtaposed with Kim Cadmus Owens’ paintings that take an abstracted view of the state’...



James Blake’s “Oak Tree in Rattlesnake Canyon”

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Art lovers with a dendrological bent will want to check out the show at William Campbell Contemporary Art. James Blake’s paintings of trees in various settings are often rendered in striking colors and from angles that captur...


Austin Stewart’s “Roadside Seed Bomb”

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TCU, Moudy Bldg
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TCU’s current art show is all about prints — and politics. The artists here use old and new techniques to make statements, such as Annie Bissett’s Japanese wood-block prints that mimic U.S. currency or Austin Stewart depi...