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Bring a blanket and view the re-digitized 1977 documentary North Star: Mark di Suvero, directed by Francois de Menil, written by art historian Barbara Rose, [...]
A weekend of lectures, readings, exhibitions and peripheral high-desert hoopla all over Marfa, centered around the Chinati Foundation, whose schedule of events is available online.
Dallas Architecture Forum Panel Discussion: The Elephant in South Dallas’ Living Room: What Do We Do With Fair Park?
Fair Park is one of Dallas’ architectural jewels, and also a border between downtown Dallas and Deep Ellum and some of the city’s most impoverished [...]
Creepy drawings on sticky notes. $10 gets you a 2′x 5′ wall space. First come first served, hanging will be on Thursday Oct. 4th 5-8pm [...]
Chef Louis Ortiz leads a discussion about Depression-era food innovations and Bel Geddes’s influence on the modern, electric kitchen. In conjunction with the exhibition I [...]
When you drive on an interstate highway, attend a multimedia Broadway show, or watch a football game in an all-weather stadium, you owe a debt [...]
Sculptural animals are frozen in a moment of ultimate humiliation, covered with what appears to be frosting, flowers, and bows.
Ricardo Viera, Professor of Art, Director/Curator of Lehigh University Art Galleries, Bethlehem, PA speaks on Contemporary Latin American Art from Lehigh University Art Galleries Teaching [...]
Used hubcaps translated into modern mandalas.
Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (born Brian Donnelly) has received critical acclaim for straddling the commercial and fine art worlds. His monumental sculpture, Companion (Passing Through), 2010, [...]
Sarah Rothenberg performs works for the piano including John Cage’s 1952 modernist milestone 4’ 33” and work by Cage’s musical heroes, Satie and Schoenberg.
Works that speak loudly about being paper-made, displaying unique usage and original forms that are only made possible in paper, curated by Mari Omori. Presented [...]
With total access granted by Abramovic and The Museum of Modern Art, this riveting documentary sets the context for her work, including archival footage of [...]
Blackbox, a new art space located in central Austin, presents interactive reliefs by artist Bonnie Gammill that invite the viewer to pet, brush, and groom [...]
“Images of animals are used to communicate raw emotion, because people tend to hide this part of themselves. The animals and characters in the paintings [...]
Featuring works by Joel Barr (photography), Gary M. Conners (multi-media collage), Roy Hanscom (ceramics), Kay Nguyen (video, ceramics), Anita Rogers (painting), and Eric T. Sims [...]
Prints from the collection of art historian David Brauer highlighting the explosion of printmaking with the emergent Pop Art moments in Britain in the early [...]
The works in Frankfort’s third solo exhibition at the gallery focus on the landscape from observation.
Rick Timmons paintings invoke the myth of the outlaw loner, while Matt Bagley’s works are artifacts from his own personal narrative that seems to coincide [...]
Large canvases inspired by Padilla’s love of music.