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Jason Lee’s “El Campo, Texas, March 1, 2017”

Jason Lee takes modern-day vintage photographs. That’s to say, the star of TV’s My Name Is Earl uses expired Kodak film and a 1950s-era...

Crystal Wagner’s “Paroxysm Bloom I”

Room-filling paper sculptures and installations are what Philadelphia’s Crystal Wagner does. Her latest show, Tropism, comes to Fort Works Art this weekend, and it...

Matt Clark’s “Cala Mia”

Matt Clark’s show of abstract canvases continues at Artspace 111 this week. You can see his alluringly blue painting “Cala Mia” or his “Ahau,”...

Myriam Abdelaziz’ “Egypt’s Revolution, Protests in Tahrir Square”

There’s still time to catch RAWIYA’s exhibit of photographs at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts. The collective’s first exhibition in Texas captures the Middle East’s...

Luther Smith’s “From Bridge”

Now that it’s actually pleasant to be outside, why would you want to be stuck inside? Then again, if you have to be inside,...

Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff’s “Zack’s Chair”

This is your last weekend to catch Gallery 414’s Spring Gallery Night show. Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff’s representational and abstract paintings draw you in with their...

Byrd Williams III’s “untitled”

UNT on the Square’s exhibit devoted to four generations of the Byrd Williams family officially opened last week, but the opening reception is this...

Al Souza’s “Antique Kaleidoscope Redux”

Do you like jigsaw puzzles? Al Souza glues sections of completed puzzles onto his abstract acrylic paintings to create artworks that blur the lines...

Frank X. Tolbert’s “High Island Rookery”

Of interest to art lovers and ornithologists alike, The Texas Bird Project is a show of paintings by Frank X. Tolbert that depicts our...

Neal Paustian’s “All the Water That Will Ever Be, Is Right...

It’s been 10 years since the MFA program at UTA was inaugurated, so you can excuse the school for wanting to blow its own...