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Depending on how you look at them, Andy Warhol's famous early short films Kiss (1963) and Blow Job (1964) are either cunning scams on...

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The weather this summer is pretty inhospitable, so it's lucky that the artists at Upstairs Gallery's show Plain Air did their work a few...

The Shape of Things

Chalk it up to fate, or astrology, or good genes destined to collide, but it's not surprising that two of Fort Worth's best actors...

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Cecil Touchon started Flux Museum as an offshoot of the Fluxus Movement, a strongly Dadaist school of art whose practitioners include Joseph Beuys, John...

Hard-Earned

Judging by last Sunday's matinee at Theatre Arlington, the arc of the universe bends not just toward justice but also toward farce. What else...

Space is the Place

Michael Barnard is a wealthy Fort Worth real estate developer who owns property all over town. His latest project has an artistic bent, though...

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Self-taught artist Jesse Sierra Hernandez describes himself as influenced by Caravaggio, though perhaps Frida Kahlo is more evident in his renderings of human figures....

Bardolatry?

Last Friday night's performance of Twelfth Night proved that Willie's name is still box-office gold. The house was sold out. But were the good...

Stained Class

Like most single working mothers, Sheran Goodspeed Keyton feels lucky if she can grab five minutes of "me" time on any given day. Unlike...

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J.C. Pace III's show of found-art sculpture at Artspace 111 is tantalizingly subtitled "Chain Saws, Edgers, Lawnmowers, Weed Eaters, Hedge Trimmers, X-Rays, Artichokes, Brussels...