Posts Tagged ‘current’

Robert McAn’s “Blazing”

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Robert McAn is hardly the first to discover art by going through the trash, but his current show at William Campbell sets out to make a statement about the things we throw away. The exhibit includes a series of abstract express...


Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 18 While the golf world mourns the death of Seve Ballesteros and buzzes about the latest injury to Tiger Woods, the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial begins in earnest this week. Zach Johnson will be on hand to defend...



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Upstairs Art Gallery
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Dotty Zamora has spent most of her career painting in the rough medium of wax emulsion, but a recent trip to Italy has inspired her to take up painting in oil. You can see the fruits of her labors in her current show at Upstair...


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Gallery 414
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Household objects dominate the scene in Gallery 414’s current show, Domestic Light.



Now Leaving the Station

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The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) is collaborating with Fort Worth Weekly to come up with a new name for a commuter train to run from Sycamore School Road in southwest Tarrant County, through downtown Fort Worth, ...


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Gallery 414
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A heavy dose of feminist theory is what you’ll be getting at Gallery 414’s current show.



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Bill Barter
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Upstairs Gallery’s current show is just a seasonal exhibit, but the pieces do have the feeling of summer, from Bill Barter’s colorful geometrical abstractions to L.A. transplant Mario Garcia’s pointillist landscapes.


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Firehouse Gallery
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We don’t have a great deal of information on the current show at the Firehouse Gallery, other than that it features paintings, acrylic, and mixed-media works by Denise Cooper, Brad DeMeurisse, Carrie Hunt, and David Lawrence.



A Solitary Man Goes Back to School

Michael Douglas tries to hold back the years in this mild comedy.
KRISTIAN LIN
Since the turn of the new century, Michael Douglas has gradually been phasing himself out of the stardom that he enjoyed in the late ’80s and early ’90s, when he often played angry white men under siege. These days, he’s ...


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This week marks the 35th anniversary of the founding of William Campbell Contemporary Art. The official celebration won’t be until next month, but you can still mark the occasion by catching the gallery’s current ex...