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Thomas Hart Benton’s “Shipping Out” features the face of John Paxton, father of Fort Worth-born actor Bill Paxton. The painting, now on display at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, sold in 2014 at a Christie’s auction for more than $1 million. Private collection, Photo by Chip Cooper.

Benton and the Paxtons

One of America’s greatest art treasures has a long connection with one of Fort Worth’s most popular families.
Jeff Prince
Thomas Hart Benton was such a major American artist and muralist during the 1930s and 1940s that some consider him America’s version of Diego Rivera. Benton’s large, populist images are amazing to see, including the Hollywo...


Arno-Kortschot-Captured

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
The Dutch≠ artist Arno Kortschot’s sculptures are austere in their geometric forms, yet the bright colors on certain sides of them render them unusually playful and approachable. His Gallery Night show Captured remains on v...



Not-Quite-There

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
A full slate of art shows opens this weekend at FWCAC. Among those, you can see the cloudy acrylic paintings of Ariel Davis, the installation of Bernardo Vallarino, or the show called Not Quite There, with works by four TCU und...


Courtesy of Museo del Prado, Madrid

Something Borrowed

Titian’s "Entombment of Christ" spends the spring at the Kimbell.
Kristian Lin
When the Kimbell Art Museum announces it has taken a Titian painting on loan, you take notice. However, when it’s one of the 16th-century Venetian master’s greatest works on loan from the breathtaking Museo del Prado in Mad...



Vessel-No.-1

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Fort Worth Art Dealers Association and Gallery 414 have different titles listed for Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff’s current show. Regardless, you can see the UNT graduate student’s MFA exhibit at 414. Showcasing her realistic...


(From left to right) Lauren Childs, J.W. Wilson, and Leigh Ann Williams are set to put Fort Worth artists to work. Photo by Edward Brown.

The Art Corridor

There’s a new contemporary art gallery in town.
Edward Brown
Along with every other gallery in Fort Worth (and some in Alrington and even Euless), Fort Works Art celebrated Spring Gallery Night last Saturday. But unlike every other gallery in town, Fort Works Art was also celebrating its...



“L’ènetènafionale” is the centerpiece of Focus: Glenn Kaino. Photo by Tim Johnson, courtesy of the artist and Kavi Gupta, Chicago.

Art Space

The Modern mounts a telescopic view of Glenn Kaino’s art.
Kristian Lin
Glenn Kaino is the subject of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s current Focus exhibition. Other artists like Kehinde Wiley have seen their work go from occupying just the one gallery that Focus takes up to larger shows at...


John Hernandez’ “Kuklasaul”

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Fort Worth Weekly
The world of Saturday morning cartoons influences John Hernandez’ work, but he infuses their bright images with a dose of anticorporate satire. An installation of his drawings, sculptures, and wall reliefs is up at UTA, and t...



Thomas Hart Benton’s “Member of the Chorus” is on display at the Amon Carter’s show about the artist and Hollywood.

Hart Cinema

The Amon Carter explores Thomas Hart Benton and the movies.
Kristian Lin
The Impressionist painters were still around when cinema first appeared on the scene, and over the following decades the new art form slowly convinced people that it deserved to be taken seriously as both visual and intellectua...


Salvador Dalí’s “On the Seizure of Life”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Pierre Argillet was Salvador Dalí’s longtime publisher and friend, and some of the artist’s work passed into his hands over the decades. Now Argillet’s daughter Christine is accompanying the exhibit of the Surrealist’s...