Posts Tagged ‘galleries’
Kris Pierce’s “A Challenger Appears”

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The Art Corridor
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In lighting terms, falloff is the rate of how much dimmer a light appears the farther away one is from the source. This is the title of Kris Pierce and Timothy Harding’s group show at TCC’s Southeast Campus. The exhibit rem...


Loli Kantor’s “Mariusz as Bruno”

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Artspace 111
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Two Loli Kantor shows remain up till the end of the month: What Once Was a Forest is at Gallery 76102 and There Was a Forest is at Artspace 111. The latter, a solo exhibition, features photographs from the Jewish enclaves of Ea...



“Hubble Oculus #1” is emblematic of Smith’s fascination with geometric shapes.

Smith’s Infinite Bloom

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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...


Wally Knight’s “purelsd”

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Arts Fifth Avenue
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The spirit of outsider art features heavily in Arts Fifth Avenue’s new show that opens this weekend, which includes burning cowboys depicted by Clara Jewel Moore and whimsical contraptions made by Wally Knight. The opening re...



Loli Kantor’s “Mariusz as Bruno”

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Artspace 111
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Though we featured Artspace 111 here last week, we haven’t talked about any of its openings in a while. On Friday at 6pm, celebrate Loli Kantor’s new show, consisting of photographs depicting the lasting damage from Soviet ...


Daniel Blagg’s “Steppin’ Out”

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Artspace 111
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This is your last weekend to check out Daniel Blagg’s current show at Artspace 111. The artist has been largely off the radar for three years, but his oil paintings and watercolors show him back on his old turf of depopulated...



Best Of 2012, Fort Worth Culture

Culture 2012

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  Solo Dance Performances Critic’s choice: (tie) Leticia Oliveira, Carolyn Judson, and Michele Gifford Oliveira and Judson alternated in the title role of Texas Ballet Theater’s Giselle, bringing different views of the...


Untitled pieces

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UNT on the Square
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Famous for their bright colors and geometric patterns, Kente cloths are woven or printed to embody concepts such as healing, royalty, wealth, peace, purity, and fertility. These dazzling pieces are on display through this month...



Leigh Ann Williams “Mars Volta Vibrations”

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Casa Mañana
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How appropriate that a music-themed art show should be up at Casa Mañana, of all the venues here. Leigh Ann Williams uses live music from various bands as inspiration for her paintings and sculpture. Musical Vibrations, thru S...


James P. Bell’s “Biloxi Blues”

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Grapevine Convention Center
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Movies have always been besotted with the romance of trains, and photographer James P. Bell pays tribute to this tradition by taking pictures of trains depicted in famous films. His exhibit opens this weekend at Grapevine Conve...