Posts Tagged ‘art’
W.D. Smithers’ “Hotel, Study Butte”

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And X
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The Austin-based collective Lakes Were Rivers launches a show pairing an original work with a work from Austin’s Harry Ransom Archive. This Saturday, an opening reception will feature an auction to benefit the art publication...


Thomas Eakins’ “Miss Amelia Van Buren” at Amon Carter. ca. 1891, oil on canvas, The Phillips Collection

Museum Madness

KRISTIAN LIN
Two of Fort Worth’s major art museums open spectacular shows this week. The Kimbell at 40: An Evolving Masterpiece celebrates the museum’s anniversary with the best pieces from the permanent collection, including Caravaggio...



Cover photo by Linus Sundahl-Djerf

K8 in Your Face

Rebelling against hometown Fort Worth takes an avant-garde artist to success in New York.
ANNABELLE MASSEY MALLOY
For nine days in mid-July, K8 Hardy was marooned. On an island. She made the best of it, taking long walks on the deserted shore, sandwiched between wind-carved sand dunes on her left and the great blue Atlantic Ocean on her ri...


Austin Ballard’s “Scaffolding (Character Study)”

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UNT Art Gallery
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Another school year starts this weekend and so too do the art shows at UNT. Three of them open in the span of eight days, and this Thursday evening you can catch the opening reception for Contemplating Limits, the show at UNT A...



John Flippin’s “Real Circles”

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UNT on the Square
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This week is your last chance to see On My Own Time, a show of artwork by UNT faculty and staff. Not only are professors taking part in the exhibit, but university employees like construction manager John Flippin also are. The ...


James P. Bell’s “Biloxi Blues”

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Grapevine Convention Center
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Movies have always been besotted with the romance of trains, and photographer James P. Bell pays tribute to this tradition by taking pictures of trains depicted in famous films. His exhibit opens this weekend at Grapevine Conve...



James Blake’s “Coastal Oaks at Montecito”

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Brand 10 Artspace
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Limited or artificial light is the theme of Brand 10 Artspace’s new show, whether it’s James Blake’s nighttime woodland drawings or Janaki Lennie and Soledad Salame’s nocturnal cityscapes. You can catch the opening of t...


Christopher Poteet’s “1:19:16”

Gallery: Casa Manana

Ring of Fire
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The Johnny Cash musical may be gone from Casa Mañana, but the Man in Black still prowls the halls. That’s because the theater’s gallery is continuing to exhibit various works inspired by Johnny Cash’s life and music. &nb...



John Holt Smith’s “Hubble Oculus #1”

High Voltage

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Painter John Holt Smith enlarges photographs until they’re abstract bands of color and then renders the results on aluminum panels. His “Oculus” series does this to pictures of human eyes, turning them into concentric ban...


Cat Snapp’s “I can’t really tell you about it”

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Fort Worth Weekly
This Friday you can attend the opening receptions of two new shows at the Center for Visual Arts in Denton. Besides a group exhibition of wood pieces, the venue is showing Cat Snapp’s book and box structures, which you are in...