Author: Rafael Barrientos Martinez

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FOCUS: Fred Tomaselli

In his current show at the Fort Worth Modern, Fred Tomaselli suspends layer upon layer of cutout images of flowers, jewels, bodily organs, and wildlife […]

Fred Tomaselli, Avian Flower Serpent, 2006, Leaves, photomontage, acrylic, gouache, and resin on wood panel, 84 x 72 ½ inches

Robert Smithson in Texas at the DMA

  Robert Smithson in Texas, now on view at the Dallas Museum of Art, is a stunning and intimate exhibition curated by Leigh Arnold that […]

Robert Wade, Robert Smithson drawing at Northwood Institute, 1970. Photo courtesy of Robert Wade, Austin, Texas

Walead Beshty at The Power Station

A far cry from the typical white cube gallery, The Power Station’s visually intriguing space in the former 1920s Power & Light building in Dallas […]

Still from The Continuous Presents of Futures Past (Post-apocalypses 1959-1985, Spanish)

MEX ATTACKS! México Inside Out at MAMFW

México Inside Out: Themes in Art Since 1990 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is an ambitious display of Mexican contemporary art, featuring […]

MEX ATTACKS! México Inside Out at MAMFW

Boom Town: A Recap

Last week Boom Town closed. The month-long group exhibition, curated by The Art Foundation, the Dallas-based art collective whose members now include Andrew Douglas Underwood, […]

Boom Town: A Recap