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Wilkinson Says everyone poops

Jay Wilkinson has been busy. The Fort Worth artist has become known around town for his nontraditional installations and collaborations, working outside the sometimes staid...

A Reviving Mural

The magnetic effect of a marketplace mural has become the preferred approach to urban renewal in the last two decades, and the artistic intention...

Words that Pop

Standing in a workshop, Vince Veazey gazed thoughtfully at his newest stencil-based creation, periodically adjusting pieces of tape here and there. The phrase “I LOVE...

Lorna Simpson: Head on Ice

The entry to FOCUS: Lorna Simpson is almost completely filled by a Madonna-esque diptych. At 5-by-8 feet, “Famous Statue Damn” and “Famous Statue Volcano” depict...

Western Memories

There are two concurrent exhibitions of photography at Fort Works Art right now. In the street level gallery is Laura Wilson’s Photographs in the...

Trey Wilder Trolls Ridgmar

I feel kind of bad writing about Trey Wilder again, but he is doing some interesting things. Like putting on an art show at Ridgmar...

Black House Shines

Gallery Night in Fort Worth is as close to an art fair as Fort Worth ever gets. Granted, the exhibitions are scattered throughout the...

KAWS it’s Cool

Within hours of its opening last Thursday, the website for the gift shop at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth crashed due to...

Avedon’s Texas?

There’s nothing uniquely Texan about Avedon in Texas, especially if we exclude the two images of gentlemen in cowboy hats, including “Cotton Thompson,” a...

Shaping Our Heritage

Landscape architect Lawrence Halprin (1916-2009) had been established in private practice for 20 years in San Francisco when he was invited to Fort Worth...