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“Every decade, century or millennium, there is an artist, an inventor, a writer, someone with a radical vision or ideas whose mission is to change [...]
25 of El Centro College’s advanced fine art students, and work from instructors Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Omar Hernandez, Barbara Armstrong, and Krystal Read. New Gallery Director [...]
Allison Hunter explores the beauty and fragility of insects in our increasingly toxic environment.
Richard Halpern will explore the darker impulses in Rockwell’s illustrations, which were presented under the guise of innocence. Halpern’s book, Norman Rockwell: The Underside of [...]
Original renderings by Houstonian Patrick Lopez, who has collaborated with Hines, Skidmore Owings and Merrill, Helmut Jahn, Johnson and Burgee, as well as numerous local [...]
Emerging artist Taylor Winn organizes gallons of good, old-fashioned paint on acres of good, old-fashioned canvas. According to the press release, you can “pair Cy [...]
Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson meets with the late American blues musician Pinetop Perkins in a field near Pinetop’s home in Austin, Texas. Kjartansson films Pinetop [...]
For the official preview party for the East Austin Studio Tour, ticket-holders ($55-$65) will tour selected east side art spaces and studios for a private [...]
Hear America’s most sought-after costume designer! Tickets: $7 McNay members, $15 nonmembers, $5 for educators and students with an I.D. A professor of drama at [...]
To produce Infinity, Japanese-Berlin video art duo Yamashita and Kobayashi jogged for eight days in the pattern of an infinity sign until their footsteps inscribed [...]
Katy Siegel, contributing editor for Artforum and professor of art history at Hunter College, CUNY, discusses her recent book, Since ’45: America and the Making [...]
World renowned photographer Robert Polidori will exhibit Selections from Parcours Muséologique Revisité, a series of photographs capturing the restoration of the royal palace of Versailles.
Drake’s monumental charcoal drawings based on borders and a new series of white cut-outs created using an X-Acto blade.
Israeli-born Dallas artist Hadar Sobol’s immersive installation combines video art and embroidery on vintage linen and paper based on bar/bat mitzvah Torah wimples.
New oil paintings by Laguna Vista artist Carol Plumb, who “finds uncharted territory in the oft traveled roads to the beach and discovers new perspectives [...]
Michael Auping, chief curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, presents Los Angeles: Light and Space at Land’s Edge, focusing on the unique [...]
The invitees are: Henry Cardenas, James Wyatt Hendricks, Carole Myers, and Anne Brennan Vela
Thomas Feulmer and Christina Rees taken over a pristine but empty century-old bungalow in the cultural district behind the Fort Worth Modern for a sequel [...]
Curator and writer Leah Abir, the inaugural Artis Curatorial Fellow at Creative Time, will be lecturing at SMU on Tuesday, November 1, at 1pm in [...]