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Finding Mañanaland

R.I.P. Ron Tomlinson

The Art of Beer

Tom Wesselmann’s “Still Life No. 15” is one of the most uproarious pieces in this dynamic show.

Art and Appetite: Ravenous Beasts

Need and Desire

Art

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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...

Socially Engaged Murals

The weathered, graffiti-strewn rear wall of Frank’s Market underwent a transformation last Saturday. Around 200 children, teenagers, and adults painted between black outlines on...

About that West 7th Post Office

The Museum Place Post Office at the edge of the Cultural District is the last structure visitors may think to visit for its architectural...

Vivian Maier: Street Photography

Street photography is like time travel. Instead of a portrait or landscape, these fragments of everyday life manifest the emotion and atmosphere of a...

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...

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...

Just Looking: Arnoldo Hurtado’s Artscream

As much as he is a visual artist, Arnoldo Hurtado is also a traveler –– across both place and time, and from tradition to...

Doing the Hustle

It wasn’t something Jessika Gúillen expected. But being a Latina artist in Fort Worth meant reoccurring negative experiences at art exhibits. “I felt displaced,” she...

Sweet Tooth

There’s nothing ironic about Jana Renee’s feminine/pink/candy-laced creations. Her paintings often depict women in various states of bliss, whether licking lollipops, floating in a...