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Art by Kojack.

Best Of Culture 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
Critic’s Top 5 Exhibitions A solo exhibition, Jessica Fuentes’ Tree House Dividedat Gallery 76102 featured work in which the Fort Worth native explored the ethereal nature of dreams and memory via photographs, photo transpa...


PEOPLE-&-PLACES

Best Of People And Places 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
City Councilmember Readers’ choice: Ann Zadeh Critic’s choice: Ann Zadeh Fort Worth has got a pretty boring city council these days. Where is the in-fighting? Where is the out-fighting? It’s like we’ve elected nine jars...



Photo by Christopher Blay

An Art Pilgrimage

All roads led west and to a bittersweet farewell.
CHRISTOPHER BLAY
It’s been two weeks since I drove from Fort Worth to San Francisco. The trip, which also took two weeks, gave me a taste of the great American road trip, and it was an art pilgrimage of sorts. For all the times I’ve travele...


Hillary Dohoney’s “Creeping Thistle” is on display at Art Room.

Picture This

Fort Worth Weekly
Once again it’s time for Fall Gallery Night, Fort Worth’s yearly bash that gives you an excuse to spend Saturday night drinking free wine and eating free nibbles while looking at (we hope) worthwhile art. Venues in downtown...



Lupita Murillo Tinnen’s “Luis” and “Leticia”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
In a year when a presidential candidate has built his campaign on hatred of immigrants, TCU is holding a show that spotlights immigrant laborers. Lupita Murillo Tinnen shoots posed photographs of them and provides text and maps...


Liz Mikel, Justin Duncan, Aaron Green, Natalie Wilson King, and Djoré Nance suck on their Bootycandy at Stage West.

Two at Stage West

We review very different shows in Bootycandy and An Iliad.
Kristian Lin
Since my other duties at this publication leave me too busy to go to stage shows on a weekly basis, I thought I’d take the opportunity to take in both of the plays currently running at Stage West and write them up for you in ...



Rob Rhee’s “Occupation of Uninhabited Space CLANG CLANG AWKK”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Autumn is just around the corner, and that means gourds will be in season! We’re talking calabash, luffa, cucumber, Malabar, and so many other gourds! If you can’t contain your excitement, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts has a...


Trish Biddle’s “Fort Worth Style”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Milan Gallery is doing something different for the late summer. The Discovery Show will be the downtown venue’s first-ever juried exhibit, featuring works by more than 40 Texas artists. The opening reception is 6pm Sat.  ...



Gabriel Dawe’s Plexus No. 34 greets visitors to the Amon Carter Museum through 2018. Photo courtesy of The Amon Carter Museum.

Nice Threads

A rainbow fills the air above the Amon Carter’s staircase thanks to Plexus No. 34.
Kristian Lin
The main atrium of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art was completed 15 years ago this October as part of the museum’s expansion. To mark the occasion, the museum wanted to do something more imaginative than place a large ...


Kenneth Josephson’s “Matthew” is part of the Amon Carter’s exhibit on American photography.

Photo Thread

Fort Worth Weekly
It may be summer, but the Amon Carter Museum of American Art isn’t letting things stagnate in the dog days. Instead, they’re opening up two new shows this week to bring you down to the Cultural District. In addition to Plex...