Posts Tagged ‘art’
Fantasy and color combine in painterly ways in Patrick Nagatani and Andree Tracey’s “Alamogordo Blues.”

In Living Color!

Amon Carter’s new exhibit isn’t comprehensive but still says a lot.
CHRISTOPHER BLAY
The new exhibit at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art contains all of its color in a black box. The entrance and exit to the galleries are darkened, resembling a camera obscura or dark chamber. These contraptions were used ...


Wally Knight’s “Angel”

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Arts Fifth Avenue
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Darrin Kobetich, Ginny Mac, and Katie Holmes (no, not that one) will provide live music as Arts Fifth Avenue opens John Carlisle Moore’s fourth annual holiday show this Friday at 7pm. The works on display include Wally Knight...



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An Opus in Pianissimo

The Kimbell’s new pavilion is a subtle homage to the Kahn original.
EDWARD BROWN and ANTHONY MARIANI
The Kimbell Art Museum building, designed by legendary architect Louis I. Kahn and opened in 1972, is one of the finest examples of Modern architecture in the world. Quietly confident and commanding, the Kahn building, as it’...


HOMECOMING! Committee’s MacGuffin

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The literature accompanying MacGuffin, a new multimedia exhibit by the Fort Worth/Dallas collective HOMECOMING! Committee, is intentionally vague: lots of talk about desire, sight, sound, multiple dimensions, and “a snapshot ...



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Obsessed by Florence

Artist Tom Sale turns Florence Nightingale’s life into a vast and strange artistic adventure.
ANNABELLE MASSEY MALLOY
For Julie and Bruce Webb, outsider art is a passion. The Waxahachie collectors lecture and curate exhibits at universities and museums around the country involving the work of those iconoclastic artists. Beat-generation writer ...


Ebony Marshall-Oliver stars in Neat, a companion piece of sorts to playwright Charlayne Woodard’s Pretty Fire.

Not so Neat

Racism is messy business in Jubilee’s new one-woman show.
JIMMY FOWLER
Actor Ebony Marshall-Oliver was born and raised in a small south Louisiana town called Donaldsonville, although her family had moved to Atlanta by the time she was in high school. At 35, Marshall-Oliver is too young to have wit...



Sarah Williams’ “Sherman”

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Gallery at UTA
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Deserted landscapes that bear the imprint of humanity but aren’t exactly urban provide Sarah Williams with her inspiration. The painter shares the exhibit at the Gallery at UTA with photographer Amy Blakemore, whose works fre...


¡Hombre! Prints by José Guadalupe Posada runs thru April 6 at Amon Carter.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 23 Just in time for Día de los Muertos comes Amon Carter Museum’s new show ¡Hombre! Prints by José Guadalupe Posada. The Mexican printmaker died 100 years ago this year and was famed for his highly detailed prints ...



John Hartley’s “Battlefield Scrimmage”

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Artspace 111
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You’ll feel like a kid in a toy store at Artspace 111’s new show opening this week. That’s because John Hartley’s paintings take toy soldiers, action figures, and weaponry as their chief subject, though there are a few ...


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Tavern: No Snookie’s

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Remember Snookie’s? Snookie’s was this place on Hulen where the only people who could ever get served were TCU dudebros and football players. I used to live in nearby Stonegate, and it was the only bar within walking distan...