Posts Tagged ‘art’
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...


Students from Arlington High School and Bowie High School exhibit at the AMA.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 20 Arlington Museum of Art has spent this past month focusing on AISD Youth Art shows, devoting 10 days or so at a time to works by students from different local high schools. Today marks the beginning of the last of th...



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’...



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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 6 UNT Symphony Orchestra plays this evening with the school’s Concerto Competition winners. Seven pieces of music will be heard in all, including Sibelius’ Violin Concerto and Ravel’s glorious Piano Concerto for t...


Van Cliburn won the inaugural Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow in 1958, a year after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik and seemed to be at a distinct advantage.

Van Cliburn (1934-2013)

The tall, skinny Texan leaves an indelible mark on local culture.
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Fort Worth took a double whammy last week with the passing of Van Cliburn, the iconic pianist for whom the Cliburn International Piano Competition is named, and major arts patroness Nancy Lee Bass, whose name, along with that o...



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...



Linda Lucia Santana’s “Rebozos”

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WoCA Projects
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The only Fort Worth gallery devoted especially to present-day female artists of color is WoCA Projects, which unveils its inaugural show this weekend, showcasing works by Linda Lucia Santana, Desha Dauchan, and Joy Ude. The ope...


Joshua Elliott’s “self-congratulatory nonsense”

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Gallery 76102
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Joshua Elliott’s multimedia installation explores our delusions about ourselves and possibly even the whole idea of projecting one’s obsessions and neuroses into an art exhibit. Other information on this artist is hard to c...