Like the swallows of Capistrano, the Drepung Loseling monks return every year to The Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas to spend a week [...]
Author: Christina Patoski
Christina Patoski is a journalist and photographer who lives in Fort Worth.
A former NPR reporter, she has been published in Newsweek Magazine, The New York Times, Life Magazine, and USA Today.
Her photographs have been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the United States, including the Smithsonian's Museum of American History.
She received a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship grant for her video and performance art which was shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art,the Walker Art Center and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Norman Bel Geddes’ compass always pointed forward. From his design of the Palais Royal nightclub in 1922 to his plans for a pilot television studio [...]
At this point in the winter calendar, I’m ready to be transported far from all things Western. Noble Change: Tantric Art of the High Himalaya, [...]
What did the art world’s favorite rock star do on a rare day off during his recent U.S. tour with St. Vincent? Following their fantastic [...]
ATTENTION FUTURISTS: Report to Austin, Texas on Thursday November 1 by 7:30 p.m. for author/futurist/design visionary Bruce Sterling‘s kick-off speech at this year’s Harry [...]
Mexican artist Yvonne Domenge‘s 13-foot abstracted yellow sphere, “Tabachin Ribbon”, could be heading to Fort Worth in the next few weeks. For the last year [...]
In the not so distant past, being a photographer required more skills than being able to point and shoot. Beginning in the early 19th century, [...]
Ever since the mid-1970s, I’ve traveled to Houston whenever it was time for a good art fix. Back then, there were just a handful of [...]
No need to panic when you turn the corner of the second floor gallery at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and discover Melissa [...]
If great cities are measured by their cultural institutions, Fort Worth is extraordinary. Its Cultural District is compact, pedestrian-friendly and internationally famous for the five [...]
The 1930s marked a complex intersection of events in America. The Stock Market Crash of 1929 and the ensuing collapse of the American economy set [...]
Few things are more universally maligned by artists than a canvas full of bluebonnets. I admit I have been guilty of disparaging the shameless embrace [...]
Vernon Fisher started off his art career as an abstract painter, but by the mid-1970s that line of inquiry came to a screeching halt. He [...]
Christina Patoski explores the jam-packed world of Julie and Bruce Webb, owners of Webb Gallery, an outsider art wonderland in Waxahachie. Christina Patoski is [...]
Turning fifty can provoke people to do unpredictable things, as it did Andy Warhol in 1978. Following his sixteen-year reign as the Prince of Pop, [...]
No question about it, Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum is a world-class museum, but it’s never been known for its cutting edge exhibitions. Enter Malcolm [...]