Posts Tagged ‘gallery’
Gabriel Dawe’s Plexus No. 34 greets visitors to the Amon Carter Museum through 2018. Photo courtesy of The Amon Carter Museum.

Nice Threads

A rainbow fills the air above the Amon Carter’s staircase thanks to Plexus No. 34.
Kristian Lin
The main atrium of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art was completed 15 years ago this October as part of the museum’s expansion. To mark the occasion, the museum wanted to do something more imaginative than place a large ...

Kenneth Josephson’s “Matthew” is part of the Amon Carter’s exhibit on American photography.

Photo Thread

Fort Worth Weekly
It may be summer, but the Amon Carter Museum of American Art isn’t letting things stagnate in the dog days. Instead, they’re opening up two new shows this week to bring you down to the Cultural District. In addition to Plex...

Britt Stokes’ “Tunes”


Fort Worth Weekly
Fort Worth Community Arts Center still has a few shows holding over from July, but the venue is opening two new shows this week, one of Chris Thames’ paintings of celebrities and the other a juried show for the gallery’s me...

Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild’s “untitled”


Fort Worth Weekly
A number of FWCAC’s shows are ending this week, so now’s your last chance to see them. John Christensen and Thomas Zanz’ portraits are a vivid study in contrasts, while Roy Adams’ abstracts are irreverently entitled Scr...


Gray Area

Marshall Harris’ rigorous style pits content against craft.
Marshall Harris is as big and tall as you’d expect a former NFL player to be. At 6’7” and 280 pounds, he defies the stereotypes of a one-dimensional athlete. He is also the 2013 winner of the $50,000 Hunting Art Prize for...

Jun Kaneko’s “Hawaiian Drawing d95-37”


Fort Worth Weekly
The secondary market in art is defined as any piece that was previously sold either because the original owner died or got tired of the work and decided to sell a piece when its market value was highest. William Campbell’s ne...


The 2016 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards Festival in Photos

Eric Griffey
I hope everyone had as much at our little festival as I apparently did. (You know it was a fun night when everyone who sees you the next day greets you with a mix of taunting concern and medical advice: “Man, are you OK? You ...

Maier captured a time and place (Chicago) that revealed universal truths.

Vivian Maier: Street Photography

Now up at the Arlington Museum of Art is a career retrospective of a lost legend.
Street photography is like time travel. Instead of a portrait or landscape, these fragments of everyday life manifest the emotion and atmosphere of a specific point in time in a specific place, often artfully. The more distant ...

Charles Gray’s “Untitled”


Fort Worth Weekly
A new slate of shows opens this weekend at FWCAC that includes Barbara Hack’s dreamlike figurative paintings, artworks created by special-needs students, houses designed by UTA’s architecture alumni, and Charles Gray’s se...

“Aurora Borealis” is part of the Amon Carter’s Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis.

Parading Around

Fort Worth Weekly
Many people don’t think of African-American artists when they think of the great American abstract painters of the mid-20th century. Norman Lewis, born in Harlem in 1909 to Caribbean parents, made an abrupt turn into abstract...