Posts Tagged ‘art’
Fort Worth Weekly 01-28-15

A Short, Wild Ride

The Where House closes its doors on five years of wheels-off partying.
STEVE STEWARD
In the midst of the last show at The Where House, I looked around the room and tried to make sense of everything going on around me. This was two weeks ago, so my memory is fuzzy, but I recall watching Telegraph Canyon playing ...


Gyorgy Beck’s “Hood”

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The Gallery at UTA
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Hungary briefly takes over the Gallery at UTA this month when Hungarian-born artists Gyorgy Beck and Sylvia Plachy show their works. Longtime friends, the artists share a similar dreamy aesthetic even though they work in differ...



Henri Fantin-Latour’s striking “A Studio at Les Batignolles” is a group portrait.

Impressive Faces

Van Gogh, Monet, Gaugin, and several other revolutionary painters come to life at the Kimbell.
LAURIE JAMES
We just can’t shake him. On billboards, on buses, in publications like this one –– it seems that wherever we look, there’s Vincent van Gogh staring back at us. The legendary Dutch artist’s 1887 self-portrait, its vibr...


Layla Luna’s “7 Moves”

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Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
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Artists like Leonardo da Vinci showed the world how art and mathematics could speak to each other. Fort Worth Contemporary Arts hopes to continue that hallowed tradition with its show 1-7, featuring pieces by seven local MFA st...



Bea’s “Through the Woods”

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Fort Worth’s first new art exhibit of 2015 is Songs From the Shadows, a collection of 25 watercolors painted by dementia patients in the North Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. The reception is 6-9pm Fri.  


David LaFevor’s “untitled”

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UTA Library
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To put it mildly, now is an interesting time to see David LaFevor’s Cuba: Histories of the Present, with its photographs of contemporary street life in Cuba. With the two nations’ recent move to normalize relations, you mig...



Superman has some advice for “Jack.”

A Death in Pictures

Dennis Blagg gathers some of Leslie Lanzotti’s most skeptical JFK paintings.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Fort Worthian Leslie Lanzotti describes her painting style as “fractured reality.” Fitting then that one of her favorite subjects is shrouded in mystery. And not just any big question but one of the biggest in the history o...


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The Campbells: Contemporary Classics

The first 40 years have been good for their gallery, the artists, and Fort Worth.
JIMMY FOWLER
Some folks do a good job of promoting Fort Worth by putting on tall boots and a big hat. Others do it in boardrooms and legislative chambers, in front of grand pianos, or on sports fields. For 40 years, Bill and Pam Campbell ha...



Richard Thompson’s “Painter’s Farm #7”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art opened in November 1974, and now the gallery is marking the anniversary with 40 Years and Counting, a show celebrating all the most distinguished artists who have helped make it into a Texas in...


Karen Weinman’s “Impermanent Chair”

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Gallery 414
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The malleability of human memory is the theme for the new show opening at Gallery 414 this week, featuring the multimedia works of Karen Weinman, Melba Northum, and Terri Cummings. The opening reception is 6-9pm Sat.