Posts Tagged ‘art’
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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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...


Devon Nowlin’s “Nature Deficit Disorder”

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Artspace 111
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The women own the show at Artspace 111 for the next six weeks. The venue’s new exhibit, Go Figure, features paintings of human subjects by female artists Sarah Green, Nancy Lamb, and two previous Visionary Awards winners, Mic...



Anitra Blayton’s “Standing Ovation”

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The Gallery at UTA
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Between Love Field’s modernization and DFW Airport’s commissioning new artwork, UTA is putting on a show spotlighting these highly visible examples of public art. The exhibit opened back on the 14th, but its opening recepti...


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Museum Maker

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Amon Carter’s name adorns the Fort Worth museum that houses his beloved collection of Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell paintings — and rightfully so. Carter’s love of Fort Worth and Western art was unparalleled. ...



Yinka Shonibare’s “Odile and Odette” at the Modern.

Double Focus

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We were supposed to have only one new exhibit at the Modern to look at this weekend, but thanks to climate change, we’re getting two. Focus: Gary Simmons was originally scheduled to come to Fort Worth last October, but Hurric...


David Conn’s “Fox Hollow”

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Artspace 111
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David Conn’s large-scale paintings and prints capture forest landscapes so dense that the branches and trunks almost become abstract elements. The artist has been working on these pieces since he retired from his TCU art prof...



Timon of Athens

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WED ▪ 28 Amphibian Stage Productions’ screenings of live broadcasts of National Theatre productions continue with Timon of Athens, Shakespeare’s fable about a powerful patron surrounded by sycophants and swindlers. The ce...


“Hubble Oculus #1” is emblematic of Smith’s fascination with geometric shapes.

Smith’s Infinite Bloom

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If  God is in the details, then John Holt Smith’s geometric paintings are truly cosmic. Working from photographs of landscapes, flowers, or human eyes, the veteran Fort Worth artist achieves minimalist symphonies of simple y...