It’s a jam-packed, beginning early with a Thursday full of university shows, lectures, and openings at new and old spaces.
The Dallas collector is behind the renewed interest in a Japanese art movement called Mono-ha, and many of the pieces he owns are now on view in Dallas’ newest — and quietest — big-name art venue.
The Contemporary’s art wall, big photos at the Amon Carter, another pop-up in Deep Ellum, openings at The Public Trust, Barry Whistler, and more.
A gallery takes a look back at Dallas punk and the Design District hosts another round of openings. You can find all the new gallery events and more in our roundup.
As we suspected, the Nasher Sculpture Center announced a city wide public art initiative this morning which will feature ten newly commissioned works of art by ten local and international artists and art collectives at ten to-be-announced sites.
For two years there have been rumors that the Nasher Sculpture Center plans to celebrate its 10th anniversary with a city-wide public art exhibition. So how will the Nasher tackle public art in car-driven Dallas?
A pop-up in Deep Ellum marks the start of the neighborhood’s new future, Dallas Art Fair scores Seven, Maxwell Anderson’s ongoing row over antiquities, the year in performance art, plus all the gallery openings.
A review of Arthur Pena opening at RE Gallery, Museum Tower messes with the Nasher’s Ken Price exhibition, openings at the Dallas Contemporary, Goss-Michael, and more.
“There’s a carnival atmosphere to the art market today, which is more akin to the tulip craze in Holland in the seventeenth century.”
In part two of our interview, the DMA director discusses plans for a scientific collaboration between North Texas’ museums and universities and why he likes operating outside of the New York pressure cooker.
“I just have a lot more faith maybe than some of my colleagues in the capacity of the public to sustain and support us without necessarily bread and circuses.”
LocationModern Art Museum of Fort Worth 3200 Darnell St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
DatesJan 13 thru Mar 14
Simmons’ pieces give form to the many layers of this complex history, some in plain view, some overlapped and obscured.
An opening at Talley Dunn, a closing at RE Gallery, and a product launch at The Public Trust. Plus some thoughts on arts funding.
An unorthodox American family, experimental noise, a new look for a familiar artist, and the opening of the Fort Worth Drawing Center: all that and more in our roundup reviews of recent art exhibitions.
A slew of college galleries kick-off the semester, plus the opening of Fort Worth Drawing Center, videos at Black Lodge, and more.
Work at Red Arrow Contemporary was purchased at a pop-up shop, not eBay. But the difference in the asking prices highlights the disconnect between the Dallas Contemporary’s online and in-person stores.
For more than a year, the Dallas Contemporary has sold prints by some of the area’s most accomplished artists for basement prices on eBay, sparking a backlash from local artists and galleries.
Among Saturday night’s highlights, a fashion-art-music event at Kirk Hopper Gallery, and a new opening at the Dallas Contemporary. Photographer Andi Harman was there to capture the action.
Openings at the Dallas Contemporary and The Power Station top the weekend’s must-sees. Plus, a new drawing center in Fort Worth.
As we mentioned in this week’s spring art preview, the new season kicks-off this weekend, with a load of new openings, many centering in and around the Design District. Here are just a few highlights:
This weekend is the unofficial kick-off of a new art season, which means it is time we look ahead to the most anticipated upcoming art shows.
There are not too many openings this weekend, but enough to get your feet wet before the art season really kicks-off next week.
The robots have been running FrontRow over the past week or so, and this is our first day back. So let’s look back at some of the arts and culture chit-chat that transpired over the past week.
From comedian Will Ferrell to the Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne to legendary conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner, we have been fortunate to sit down with some pretty extraordinary individuals in 2012.
The Kimbell Art Museum has announced a significant loan from the Art Institute of Chicago which will send Henri Matisse’s Bathers by a River, as well as 20 other paintings by Matisse and Picasso, to the Fort Worth museum in 2013.
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