Posts Tagged ‘art’
Albrecht Dürer’s “The Nativity” is on display at AMA.

Scenes from the Nativity

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The Annunciation to the Shepherds, the Massacre of the Innocents, the Flight into Egypt, the Adoration of the Magi, the Madonna and Child –– these incidents from the story of Christ’s birth have all been commonplace subje...


Billy Hassell’s “Roadrunner South of Marfa”

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Brand 10 Artspace
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Not only is the Fort Worth Art Dealers’ Association’s Selections exhibit going on this month at Fort Worth Community Arts Center, but on Tuesday the 19th you can also go there to catch a discussion on the role of public art...



Dr. Seuss’ “Walghast”

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Milan Gallery
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Not only is the Fort Worth Art Dealers’ Association’s Selections exhibit going on this month at Fort Worth Community Arts Center, but on Tuesday the 19th you can also go there to catch a discussion on the role of public art...


For his Aluminum Life series, Mohammed Al Qassab subtly comments on the pliable material that employs many UAE citizens.

Emirati Art

A dazzling touring show from the UAE lands in Fort Worth.
JIMMY FOWLER
Past Forward: Contemporary Art from the United Arab Emirates is a national traveling show of multimedia works that makes its North Texas stop at Artspace 111. The exhibit is immediately notable for what it lacks — any obvious...



Dana Harper’s “Pink Rocket”

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WoCA Projects
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Spend your Halloween at the opening reception for Material Matters, the new show at WoCA Projects. We wish the exhibit had a Halloween theme, but it’s a juried exhibition with 15 artists experimenting with their chosen media....


George Takei talks about his colorful life and career at UNT, Monday.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 22 If you go into National Theatre Live’s broadcast of Medea expecting a play about a large black man in drag as an old woman, you’re in for quite a nasty shock. Helen McCrory stars in the production of Euripides’...



Carolyn Judson was spectacular as Aurora, perhaps her best role.

What a Beauty

Texas Ballet Theater opened its season brilliantly with a lavish classic.
LEONARD EUREKA
There probably isn’t a better way to open a dance season than with a lavish production of Sleeping Beauty with choreography by Ben Stevenson, sets and costumes by Broadway designer Desmond Heeley, and a Tchaikovsky score that...


Stephen Daly’s “Vortex”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Stephen Daly appears to be trying to invent a new kind of pictorial language in his show currently up at William Campbell. The Texas artist uses large drawings and sculptural pieces to express his ideas about how human beings c...



Edgar Degas’ “Dance Class” is part of the Kimbell’s Faces of Impressionism exhibit. See Sunday.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 15 Verdi’s original opera version of Macbeth had the Scottish usurper sing a final aria after being mortally wounded by Macduff, but eventually the composer decided that that was too silly and returned to Shakespeare...


Philip van Keuren’s “Tree VIII”

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UTA Gallery’s shows actually opened more than a week ago, but the opening reception is still Friday at 5:30pm. Here, you can see Philip van Keuren’s black-and-white nature photographs as well as Liz Ward’s microbiology-in...