Posts Tagged ‘photography’
Arlington Museum of Art’s retrospective is breathtaking — and almost over.
This week is your last chance to catch Ansel Adams Masterworks, a series of original, spellbinding photographs curated by the legendary photographer during the twilight of his career. Along with some of his most recognizable pi...
UNT on the Square
It’s not often that gallery openings happen on a Monday, but that’s when UNT on the Square is unveiling its photography show devoted to Diane Williams’ works. The gallery’s other show about horse country has its opening...
A treasure trove of photos kicks off the documentary Finding Vivian Maier.
This story began in winter 2007, when real estate agent John Maloof, a habitué of flea markets and storage auctions, bought a box of photo negatives hoping to find something he could use in a history volume he was planning to ...
Byrd Williams IV told a UNT crowd about a century of photography.
If Byrd Williams IV were not a world-class photographer, he might be doing just about as well as a writer. As editor of Fort Worth Weekly, I’ve known for years about Byrd’s photographic skills and the legacy of his family o...
The Art Corridor
René West’s works carry on the legacy of Hannah Höch, the German Dadaist artist who used photo collages to critique popular culture in the 1920s. West’s collages are currently on view at TCC’s Southeast campus and will ...
Amon Carter’s new exhibit isn’t comprehensive but still says a lot.
The new exhibit at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art contains all of its color in a black box. The entrance and exit to the galleries are darkened, resembling a camera obscura or dark chamber. These contraptions were used ...
In 19th-century England, a housemaid named Hannah Cullwick formed an unusual S&M-tinged relationship with her employer Arthur Munby, frequently posing for photographs while dressed as different kinds of women. Normal Work, ...
Dallas’ Sixth Floor Museum hosts a spellbinding archival photo exhibit.
A photo exhibit at The Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas is powerful enough to transport viewers into a time warp, even though many of the photos have been seen before. The American President: Photographs from the Archives of The As...
An exhibit by the first family of photography in Fort Worth makes the rounds.
Before Fort Worth was a city of cowboys and culture, it was a city of, well, cowboys. The people of this not-so-long-ago time are documented beautifully in The Swartz Brothers: Fort Worth’s First Family of Photographers, a co...
Grackle Art Gallery
A show with a grammatically curious title, Dear John, Is Stat an Island? features painting, sculpture, drawing, and photography, curated by Paul Leicht. It’s only up for one night, so make sure you reserve your Saturday for t...