Posts Tagged ‘modern’
Local curator gets personal, while public art shines over Dark streets.
I always read with a little stack of Post-it Notes nearby.
In November 2003, when the Cliburn Foundation and the Modern Art Museum were just starting their new series expressly devoted to contemporary music, the programmers set aside one concert for songs by three young composers bring...
Is the movie at the Modern this week the tip of a Fort Worth film revolution?
Bo Parker speaks in torrents. His conversation, cloaked with the terminology of marketing and design, crackles with ideas.
Since the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth moved into its current home, one of its most popular pieces has been Martin Puryear’s “Ladder for Booker T. Washington,” the sculpture of a small, crooked wooden ladde...
It’s too early in the year for the local museums to be launching major exhibits, but some of them are giving us new stuff to look at all the same.
Anyone who’s seen The Juke Jumpers knows the wild, sweaty nights this band can invoke.
Abstract art is to many minds American art, yet the Modern’s new exhibit, Declaring Space, looks to confound that view.
Fort Worth’s cultural institutions continue to do their part to show us classical music as a vibrant, growing contemporary thing.
Please do not touch or nitpick the Mueck.
Smug.”“Literal.”“Impervious to multiple interpretations.”“Susceptible to parody.”“Self-parodic.”“The Old Guard’s new clothes.”
The death last week of legendary Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman triggered a day of mourning for lovers of international cinema.