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Leslie Lanzotti has long been obsessed with James Whale’s Frankenstein films from the early 1930s. Now her series of Rembrandt-influenced paintings of scenes and shots from those films is up at Artspace 111. Hurry, though: Th...


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Cecelia Feld and Cecilia Thurman
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Artspace 111 is all about abstract art this month and about two artists with similar first names. Cecelia Feld and Cecilia Thurman contribute photographs, collages, and collagraphs (prints applied to rigid substrates) that expl...



Night & Day

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WED ? 2 At noon, 8.0 Restaurant & Bar is hosting its annual Indianapolis 500 Champion’s Luncheon, presented by Texas Motor Speedway. The Indy champion, who will be making just his or her second public appearance after bei...


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Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy
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Natural forms dominate the space at Artspace 111, courtesy of art by Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy (whose Radiolaria series was featured in an earlier Gallery item).



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Greg Miller’s exhibit On the Road isn’t inspired by the news segments that Charles Kuralt used to do for CBS News but rather by the billboards in and around his adopted hometown of Los Angeles. The show will be up a...


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If you saw the Justin Hilliard film The Other Side of Paradise a couple of weeks ago at Artspace 111, then you were also on hand for the opening of the gallery’s current show, Paintings, Prints, and Presents. If not, you ...



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Fort Worth native Matt Clark lives and works in London, which explains the title of his current series of abstract acrylic-on-wood paintings. He had an exhibition in Dallas back in January, and now his work can be seen here at ...


The Thing From Another World

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The ever-busy Linda Blackburn enjoys a solo exhibition at Artspace 111, having contributed to their Gallery Night show last month as well as the Painted Violins display at Bass Hall.



Cirkit of Mythos: SYNAPTIC SNAP!

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The group of artists who call themselves Cirkit of Mythos have displayed before at TCC, UNT Artspace FW, and Dallas’ 500X.


Arggghhht!

A local quartet cranks up the rhetorical noise, all the way to 111.
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Home to elegant mannerists John Hartley, Nancy Lamb, Leslie Lanzotti, Jo-Ann Mulroy, and twin brothers Daniel and Dennis Blagg, Artspace 111 may be the last place you’d expect to find politically charged art.