Posts Tagged ‘art’
The spirit of ’64 gets a makeover at 414.
I must have been breathing heavy or something, because during the opening party last weekend for Tasty Bits, a group show at Gallery 414, the elderly gentleman whose gray noggin and hunched shoulders obscured my view of a certa...
In these angsty times, sometimes you have to scour the art scene for life.
As mannered Britons dump garbage all over gallery floors under the auspices of creating “art,” and brash young Americans simply Xerox their favorite photos of celebrities onto canvases in a seemingly endless, relent...
It’s too early in the year for the local museums to be launching major exhibits, but some of them are giving us new stuff to look at all the same.
It’s a pity that we can’t reproduce the above picture in color, because then you’d see the shocking pink of Tom Hollenback’s abstract acrylic and steel sculptures, which fire the room with their hues.
UNT’s end-of-semester art show is a retrospective of Rob Erdle’s paintings.
William Campbell Contemporary Art brings back old favorite Jake Gilson, who uses an acid called gun bluing to etch his abstract images onto steel plates.
Based on the debut last weekend of the Lone Star International Film Festival, good cinematic things are in store for the Fort.
One of the best things about the Lone Star International Film Festival, presented by the Lone Star Film Society, is that the festival’s inaugural outing last week was true to the “Lone Star” and “International” portio...
In the centuries immediately following Jesus’ death, European civilization was fairly nonexistent and Christianity was just one of a number of religions vying for followers with the likes of Mithraism, Baalism, and Gnosticism...
The same week that William Campbell keeps its doors opens for the first First Friday, you can see Field Presence, their current show of paintings by Jane Helslander.
Abstract art is to many minds American art, yet the Modern’s new exhibit, Declaring Space, looks to confound that view.