Posts Tagged ‘art’
This carved walrus-ivory harpoon counterweight from the Bering Sea is part of the Amon Carter’s Indigenous Beauty.

Going Native

Amon Carter Museum’s Indigenous Beauty leaves too much unexplained.
Kristian Lin
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is hard to get to right now because of the extensive remodeling that the venue is undergoing, which has shut down the parking lot. It makes sense that, for now, the museum isn’t taking i...


Sir Joshua Reynolds’ ravishing “The Ladies Waldegrave” is part of  Botticelli to Braque at the Kimbell. Courtesy National Galleries of Scotland

Scots Wha Hae

Cultural treasures from the U.K. (for now) come to the Kimbell.
Kristian Lin
A show like Botticelli to Braque: Masterpieces From the National Gallery of Scotland doesn’t have much of a theme to coalesce around other than, “Wow, they have some nice things in that museum in Scotland.” Fortunately, t...



Michel Cruz Flores’ “Green Apple Envy”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Michel Cruz Flores’ show at Rose Marine Theatre features two series. The Emotionally Disturbed’s works depict negative emotions as characters, while Pistolero consists of portraits of famous people in an exaggerated style. ...


The Wild Feathers headline Kimbell Fest: Scotland, Sat.

Scot and a Lot

Fort Worth Weekly
Scotland is not its own country yet, but this past spring’s failed independence vote seems only to have spurred on events so that now its eventual breakaway from the United Kingdom appears to be a foregone conclusion. This bi...



Soon Warren’s “Heart of Cherries”

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Fort Worth Weekly
You can go around to eight different art galleries, or you can just stop in at FWCAC for their Selections 2015 show, which features works by regular artists from eight different venues around town. The show opened last week, bu...


This water jar from Hano Village on the Arizona Hopi reservation is part of the Amon Carter’s new show.

Homegrown

Fort Worth Weekly
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has long proudly showcased its works both created and inspired by Native Americans. However, this week, they welcome Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Co...



Fred Stonehouse’s “Higher”

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William Campbell gets all ludic with its exhibit opening this week. Tim Liddy’s sculptures are inspired by board games, while Fred Stonehouse’s paintings draw from fantastic creatures. Charles Waller’s found-object collag...


Velázquez’ “An Old Woman Cooking Eggs” is at the Kimbell’s new show.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 24 - George Bernard Shaw’s Man and Superman is rarely revived because of its length, and when it is, it’s often done without the third act (performed separately as Don Juan in Hell). However, National Theatre’s produc...



Ashlee Cave’s “In Time”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Ashlee Cave was offered her current show at the Milan Gallery after making an appearance on the “I Have a Dream” segment of Kidd Kraddick’s morning radio show. Now you can see what this military wife’s art is all about ...


Chuck Hüber's "Arbor Day — The Musical" can be seen now on VOD.

Über Hüber

A local actor turns filmmaker with a 9/11 musical comedy.
Kristian Lin
Fort Worth theatergoers have likely seen Chuck Hüber on a stage somewhere. The 44-year-old actor has worked in multiple productions at Stage West (including The Sports Page, Macbeth, and Dancing at Lughnasa) over the years, as...