Posts Tagged ‘kimbell’
Henri Fantin-Latour’s striking “A Studio at Les Batignolles” is a group portrait.

Impressive Faces

Van Gogh, Monet, Gaugin, and several other revolutionary painters come to life at the Kimbell.
We just can’t shake him. On billboards, on buses, in publications like this one –– it seems that wherever we look, there’s Vincent van Gogh staring back at us. The legendary Dutch artist’s 1887 self-portrait, its vibr...

MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibit catches on at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 8 The Dallas VideoFest kicks off today with a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger, a 1926 film based on the story of Jack the Ripper. Later on the festival will show This Is Spinal Tap, Charles Burnett’s mast...

On Display

If you want to see everything our city has to offer culturally, there isn’t a better value than Day in the District. For one day, Fort Worth’s most venerable historical, artistic, and scientific institutions open their door...

Iron, leather, gold, and bronze combine in this suit of armor from the mid-Edo Period.

Samurai: Killer Style

Armor, helmets, masks, and serious scholarship make this Kimbell exhibit a winner.
Apparently, ancient Japanese samurai were as stylish as they were fearsome. Though Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection has been up for several months now, the Kimbell Art Museum is in the midst of...


Not So Crazy

Mark Cuban is a lightning rod who isn’t afraid to give his opinion on anything from the state of journalism to politics. But he’s not just a lunatic in a tinfoil hat collecting stray cats (no offense to our in-house cat lov...

Green Day's American Idiot starts at 7:30pm tonight at Bass Performance Hall.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 19 Rock music and Broadway haven’t always been best friends, but what the stage version of American Idiot may lack in plot or character, it makes up for in raw, idiosyncratic music, courtesy of Green Day’s ambitious...


Night & Day

WED ▪ 5 Shay Youngblood is many things: novelist, artist, playwright, Peace Corps volunteer. This evening, the writer in residence at the Dallas Museum of Art gives a talk called Move Your Feet When You Pray, detailing her cr...

The Kimbell’s Japanese art is a backdrop for suits in Samurai.

A Shogun’s Armor

When the makers of Star Wars were inventing the design of Darth Vader’s helmet, they borrowed liberally from the kabuto, the helmet that samurai wore, often adorned with ornaments to identify the warrior’s place of origin a...

Daniel Binelli is one of the featured musicians at the Latin American Music Festival.

Latin American Musical Celebration

Two major musical events start Thursday: TCU’s ninth annual Latin American Music Festival and the official inauguration of the 298-seat performance hall in the Renzo Piano Pavilion of the Kimbell Art Museum. Pianist Olga Kern...

A scene from Balthus: Through the Looking Glass at the Kimbell.

Girls on Canvas

One thing that great art does is make us uncomfortable. In this, Balthus’ paintings succeed like nothing else. The French-born, Polish-descended Swiss artist has enjoyed a major posthumous rediscovery this past year through a...