Posts Tagged ‘artist’
This French silent film is unique, crowd-pleasing, and powerful.
After premiering at last summer’s Cannes Film Festival to rave reviews and a Best Actor prize, The Artist has played to rapturous reception at festivals (including the Lone Star International Film Festival) and art houses, pi...
Straddling the line between street art and high commerce is Brian Donnelly, a.k.a. KAWS. The 37-year-old New Jersey native started as a street artist who balanced that job with working on a freelance basis for Disney, painting ...
The internet is way cool. I get emails all the time like the one I got this morning. Somebody gets to googling something or another, they stumble across a story I wrote years ago, and then they email me. It’s fun. Back in...
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Gallery Art Show in Last 12 Months Readers’ choice: Piranha Bear, The Where House Critic’s Top Five: A Certain Shade of Aftermath by Timothy Harding, Gallery 76102 Guest-curated by Christopher Blay (past critic’s choice f...
Before the craziness of Fall Gallery Night descends on us (Sat, Sept 10), now’s a good week to take in the shows that are already up, including Broken Sugar, a collection of multimedia sculptures and two-dimensional works by ...
Big names — and even bigger ideas — abound in this impressive group show.
Ah, Fort Worth Library, or should we say, “The artist formerly known as Fort Worth Public Library”? You are now so much more than mere depository of books or, as we like to call them, “stupid things that are hard,” alth...
In ways très elegant, the young Fort Worth artist rages against the machine.
There’s a lot going on beneath the surface of Fort Worth artist Timothy Harding’s work, although it’s not always apparent at first. He earned a master’s in painting at TCU and currently specializes in stark, somewhat de...
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
This year, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s Teen Artist Project had six local artists mentor 15 talented teenage artists from the area to help them create new works.
The show mostly takes place in Austin and features a lot of Austin artists – why?
Austin is a lot of things: state capital, Live Music Capital of the Universe ®, home of the second most important football team in the state, hippie playground. But Austin has never really been an art town –– at least comp...
There’s more to this Fort Worth artist than frat-holes getting wasted inside a glass case.
Fort Worth artist Richie Budd is accustomed to all kinds of unusual reactions to his sculptural installations and so-called “performative sculptures.” But his favorite response so far may be from a New York blogger who took...