Posts Tagged ‘exhibits’
UNT on the Square
The cultural and artistic history of Iran is not only rich but also unique, owing to the country’s origins as a non-Arab, non-Muslim society. Despite an oppressive government and continued political upheavals, it continues to...
If God is in the details, then John Holt Smith’s geometric paintings are truly cosmic. Working from photographs of landscapes, flowers, or human eyes, the veteran Fort Worth artist achieves minimalist symphonies of simple y...
Gallery at UTA
The Gallery at UTA is all about printmaking right now. One of the two shows there highlights prints made by Wisconsin artist John Hitchcock that are informed by various political and social views.
The title of The Art Corridor’s new exhibit Museum Staff Only comes from the fact that all five of the artists featured work in museums and are inevitably influenced by the impressive art that they see every day. The show at ...
Much like his fellow Canadian pianist and sometime composer Glenn Gould, Marc-André Hamelin has made a career out of playing classical music that interests him rather than hewing to the established works of great composers.
The Gallery Night exhibits continue at FWCAC through the end of the month. They include Susan Harrington’s works on paper, F. David Gibson’s abstract paintings, a collection of woven cloth pieces, and sketches by th...