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Tuymans is beyond canonical reproach. Ellis cannot buy his way into the literary canon. They have never met. The Conversation begins. Tickets for indoor seating [...]
Working in a variety of media, each artist employs strategies of non-linear narrative to examine issues surrounding identity, history, and culture.
Dr. White will discuss American art at the beginning of the 20th century and the lure of Mediterranean scenes for American artists.
This show was originally exhibited as a pop-up gallery within a truck in Marfa during Chinati Weekend. Works on view will include documentation of the [...]
A multimedia, site-specific installation inspired by being of both Chinese and Mexican heritage.
Dr. Judith Huacuja speaks about Día de los Muertos Celebrations at Texas Tech School of Art.
See one of six speaking events on urban development. Held in conjunction with the SPRAWL exhibition the series features a variety speakers.
This solo exhibition is presented in conjunction with Frankenthal’s participation in the Contemporary Art Museum of Houston’s group exhibition Outside the Lines.
A solo exhibition of new aerosol paintings by the artist who recently made a public art splash on Lawndale’s wall with UH professor Aaron Parazette.
Enjoy the fine art of a contemporary picnic brunch while checking out newly commissioned sculptures by Liam Gillick and Marianne Vitale. Advance tickets recommended. Tickets [...]
CUT! Costume and the Cinema takes an in-depth look at the art of making costumes through the British costumer, Cosprop Ltd.
Yoshua Okón is an artist born and raised in Mexico City. Two of his video installations are featured in the Modern’s exhibition México Inside Out: [...]
In Stine’s first solo exhibition at Art Palace, her work slips between traditional representation and abstract gesture.
Sale has been working with the subject of Florence Nightingale for over 3 years, with international travels to follow her path. He has collected information and [...]
These paintings continue Fisher’s exploitation of a wide range of pop cultural and literary references that resist interpretation.
Dallas/Fort Worth and national artists examine the multiple legacies of the 1963 assassination of JFK. Participants include: Mary Wallings Blackburn, Christopher Blay, Celia Eberle, Heyd Fontenot, [...]
West is an interdisciplinary artist-reseracher at UNT.
Doisneau photographed Parisian life in the twentieth century.