Posts Tagged ‘art’
"Einstein on the Ranch"


Fort Worth Weekly
Jim Malone’s “Einstein on the Ranch” Jim Malone experiments with all manner of both media and subject matter, and you can see the common threads running through his work at his show at Artspace 111. The title, Scene/Not S...

KAWS’ “Pass the Blame” is part of the Modern’s new show.

KAWS Again

Kristian Lin
Were you sad three years ago when the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth removed “Companion” from its front entrance? Well, good news! This week you can welcome our cuddly and miserable friend back to his old crying grounds as...



What’s a day’s work worth without a story to tell?
By Jackie Hoermann-Elliott
Based on a book by radio legend Studs Terkel, Working: A Musical was the first play that Jubilee Theatre Director William Earl Ray ever produced. And that was back before the veteran Austin area native was acting or directing f...


Nobel, No Bob

Does Bob Dylan do it for you? I ask only because I keep hearing that people either love him or hate him. I guess I’ve always been hovering somewhere in the middle –– not anymore, though. The 75-year-old native Minnesotan ...

“The Pointe de Héve at Low Tide”

Early Impressions

The Kimbell’s new show focuses on Monet’s youthful period.
Kristian Lin
If you’re going to put on an art show about Claude Monet at this point, you’d better have something new to say. That’s the challenge facing the Kimbell Art Museum, which opened Monet: The Early Years last week. The exhibi...

Deedra Baker’s “A February Flower Bed”


Kristian Lin
Deedra Baker’s interest in her family’s history is the impetus behind the pop-up art show that happens this Friday at the Art Room. Five: Ties That Bind uses portraits, still lifes, and landscapes to document her relationsh...


Gabriel Horn Gets Sketchy

A Fort Worth actor’s drawing has a shady past that might lead back to Picasso.
Kristian Lin
Gabriel Horn’s latest adventure started eight years ago at an art auction in Los Angeles. The Fort Worth actor was looking to buy some artwork when a pencil drawing of Jesus Christ caught his eye. “I have a great sense of f...


Survival of the Phatest

The Man. He’s always trying to keep us down. Like when all you want to do is have a few harmless illegal gambling machines in your convenience store, he takes them away. Or when you paint a mural on the side of your building ...

Prints of “Sisters” by Fort Worth photographer Chip Tompkins will be among a bevy of prints by emerging and established artists as part of Art Tooth’s Pop Up Print Project.

Art Tooth

A new hybrid gallery project is feeding Fort Worth’s appetite for modern art.
Edward Brown
The unfolding story of Fort Worth’s contemporary art scene would be missing a few chapters if not for the efforts of several young artists whose names have become familiar recently. Aimee Cardoso, Shasta Haubrich, Dee Lara, B...

Arts Goggle

Arts Goggle 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
There are one of two ways to take this: that Fort Worth is a lot bigger than many of us might think or – or – that downtown Fort Worth is not as important as we like to think it is, especially as we kick and scream in the s...