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Gallery Night Roundup

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Electric Earth Shines

“Song1” is arguably the first work you encounter in Electric Earth. Music from the seven-channel composite video installation seeps into the stairwell leading to...

Phillips Collection: The Collector’s Eye

A hundred years ago, what we now call “modern art” had yet to make a favorable impression on our country’s critics and tastemakers. In...

Welcome, Artluck

When Guillermo Tapia invited me to participate in a nude drawing session, I envisioned a French parlor room setting where steely-eyed, mustachioed artists slaved...

Two Exhibits, One Architect

Since the Kimbell Art Museum opened its doors in 1972, its galleries have hosted (in addition to the museum’s incomparable permanent collection) some of...

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...

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...

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...

Need and Desire

On March 26, the Kimbell Art Museum will host an exhibition of the work of its architect. Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture will...

Painting with Light

Like many Fort Worthians, I was introduced to the vibrant drip artworks of Dan Lam, the socially conscious oil paintings of Riley Holloway, and...

Goolsby’s Totems

In a bright, LED-lit gallery nestled between the industrial and design districts of Dallas are precisely crafted wood and metal sculptures that lie somewhere...