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Velibor Božović: Inside The Lazarus Project

UNT on the Square

February 26 through March 27, 2015

An exhibition of photography by Velibor Božović, created in collaboration with writer Aleksandar Hemon (this year’s UNT Artist-in-Residence) for the book “The Lazarus Project”–a National Book Critics’ Circle Award and National Book Award finalist. The show includes many images that were not included in the publication.

Intercollegiate Student Art Competition Exhibit

Last Chance - February 3 through March 28, 2015

A juried exhibit of more than 50 art works by students from Abilene-area colleges and universities–Abilene Christian University, Cisco College, Hardin-Simmons University, McMurry University, and Texas State Technical College. Also on view, Life after Death–a show of photographs by 19-year-old Abilene photographer Jeremy Martinez.

Anna Elise Johnson and Charlotte Smith: Ambassadors

Cris Worley Fine Arts

Last Chance - February 21 through March 28, 2015

A two-person exhibition featuring abstractions by Charlotte Smith and collages by Anna Elise Johnson–both of whom are known for their experimental layering techniques and for pushing traditionally two-dimensional materials into 3D forms.

Stephen Lapthisophon / Jeff Gibbons / Vincent Ramos

Conduit Gallery

Last Chance - February 21 through March 28, 2015

Three solo shows: Drink The Bath– painting, sculpture, and video work by Jeff Gibbons; Seven­– Stephen Lapthisophon’s works on paper and canvas combining text and letterforms; and Vincent Ramos’ installation of small drawings and collages–The Parable of Arable Land, If I Had a Hammer, The Wilhelm Scream.

David Willburn: A Column of Air Between You & Me


Last Chance - February 22 through March 28, 2015

Fort Worth-based artist David Willburn addresses absence, pattern, and time in this fabric and wheat paste installation, comprised of geometrically reduced images of his dog.

Gail Peter Borden: Faceted Lines

Galleri Urbane Dallas

Last Chance - February 21 through March 28, 2015

A large, solo exhibition by artist, architect, and author Gail Peter Borden, whose works act together as an entire installation wrapping around the gallery as well as individual fragments.


Mary Tomàs Studio Gallery

Last Chance - February 21 through March 28, 2015

A group exhibition of work by artists Amy Cheng, Xan Sinclair Koonce, Masri, Roy Tamboli, Blair Vaughn-Gruler.

Caroline Mousseau


Last Chance - March 6 through April 3, 2015

The first international solo exhibition of work by Vancouver painter Caroline Mousseau.

Who’s Afraid of Chuck and George?


February 13 through April 4, 2015

A visual art “roast” of Dallas artists Brian Jones and Brian Scott. who each make art works of their own as well as collaborate under the moniker “Chuck & George.” Nearly a hundred artists were asked to create work immortalizing the beloved duo for this homage exhibition.

Kristina Paabus: in for it

The Safe Room at Texas Theater

February 21 through April 4, 2015

Artist Kristina Paabus’ recent two-dimensional and sculptural works, utilize a combination of print techniques and are informed by her recent investigations in logic, game strategies, luck, and superstition.

Reinhold Engberding: Sudarium


March 7 through April 4, 2015

The continuation of German artist Reinhold Engberding's series of image "interviews," this installation comprises 144 ink drawings on used bed sheets. Contemplating the father-son-relationship, the artist’s imagery is of men, and is sourced from the internet–porn websites, news sources, law enforcement websites, etc.

FOCUS: RongRong&inri

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

January 31 through April 5, 2015

The Modern's FOCUS exhibition series showcases the work of the Chinese/Japanese, husband and wife collaborative team, RongRong&inri, who’ve been creating works that push the boundaries of traditional black-and-white photography since 2000.

El Sicario

Webb Gallery

February 22 through April 5, 2015

A show featuring paintings by Jose Antonio Galvan, known as El Pastor–who runs a housing and recovery program near Juarez and makes paintings based on Mexican identity and border issues–as well as drawings by legendary Texas self-taught artist and pastor, Reverend LT Thomas.

H. Schenck: Clubhouse

500X Gallery

March 14 through April 5, 2015

A fort perhaps made from boxes and chairs,  behind the stairs on the top floor of 500X. Maybe with a cat.

Kate Colin / Diane Durant / Timothy Harding / H. Schenck

500X Gallery

March 14 through April 5, 2015

Diane Durant: The silent air of ruin is fragile; Timothy Harding: Things; Kate Colin: Plane Intersection; H. Schenck: Clubhouse. Plus Project Space exhibitions: Michael Furrh and Sebastian Stoddart: Exquisite Corpse; M. Kate Helmes and Katherine Baker: Facebook Divorce; Jessica Fuentes and Jean-Luc Vila: Recursive.

Noriko and Ushio Shinohara: Cutie and the Boxer in Dallas

Kirk Hopper Fine Art

March 7 through April 11, 2015

An exhibition of works by artists Noriko and Ushio Shinohara, who were profiled in the documentary Cutie and the Boxer. Best known for his boxing paintings, Ushio has made bold, oversized works since the ‘60s. His wife Noriko’s success has been more recent, with her series of autobiographical drawings and prints.

The Modern Lecture Series

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

March 17 through April 21, 2015

A series of free lectures and presentations by artists, architects, historians, and critics–presented each Tuesday evening at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth through April.

Beili Liu: STRATUS

Grace Museum

January 22 through April 25, 2015

Artist Beili Liu’s large-scale installation–a hovering, cloud-like mass of granite and wax-coated sheets with motion sensitive lighting–is a rumination on water crises, and specifically, the current statewide drought.

Blue, Yellow, Red

Barry Whistler Gallery

March 7 through April 25, 2015

An exhibition featuring prints by Ellsworth Kelly, color photographs by Allison V. Smith, hand-colored black and white photographs by Ann Stautberg, and paintings by John Wilcox.

Noah Simblist: Palestine, Texas

The Reading Room

March 21 through April 25, 2015

An exhibition of works by writer, curator, and artist Noah Simblist telling the parafictional history of a small American town–a mix of colonial histories, holy lands, and catastrophes.

Student Art Show: Talking Back

Old Jail Art Center

March 22 through April 30, 2015

5-12th grade artists were invited to submit artworks that "talk back" to one of five works in the museum collection and exhibitions. Thee winning pieces are exhibited along with the original museum artworks.

Earlie Hudnall, Jr.

Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery

February 21 through May 9, 2015

Photographer Earlie Hudnall, Jr. studied at Texas Southern University in the late-1960s under the direction of John Biggers. This exhibition of Hudnall’s striking photographs includes images taken in African American neighborhoods in Houston, Galveston, and his hometown of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Dornith Doherty: Exchange

Holly Johnson Gallery

February 21 through May 9, 2015

With the support of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Dornith Doherty traveled across the Australian continent with x-ray equipment to photograph rare and critically threatened plants. This exhibition features new collages made from these x-rays.

Flor Garduno: Trilogy

McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)

March 21 through May 9, 2015

An exhibition of works by Mexican photographer Flor Garduño, including images from her Trilogy publication–a “dance” in three movements, realized through years of photography in Mexico and Europe.

Melvin Edwards: Five Decades

Nasher Sculpture Center

January 31 through May 10, 2015

A retrospective exhibition of renowned American sculptor and pioneering figure in African-American art, Melvin Edwards, who has redefined the modernist tradition of welded sculpture with his defiant artistic explorations of social, political, and personal issues. The show includes a range of works created since the 1960s, including never-before-seen pieces.

Leonardo Drew

Talley Dunn Gallery

March 20 through May 16, 2015

A solo exhibition of sculptures and installation work by Brooklyn-based artist Leonardo Drew made by manipulating materials such as wood, iron, cotton, paper and mud.

Sam Reveles: Iarnród

Talley Dunn Gallery

March 20 through May 16, 2015

An exhibition featuring six recent works on paper by abstract artist Sam Reveles. Inspired by the subtle colors of Ireland’s grey landscape and skies, the show’s title references the national railway system lines that cross that country.

The Spiritual Image

Old Jail Art Center

February 7 through May 24, 2015

A fantastically wide-ranging selection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and objects from the Old Jail Art Center’s collection that reference, elicit, or are inspired by spiritual ideas, feelings or responses.

Natasha Bowdoin: HEX∆M

Old Jail Art Center

February 7 through May 24, 2015

Intricately layered collages by artist Natasha Bowdoin, taking some inspiration from the initials HEX∆M carved into the limestone blocks that form the OJAC’s 1877 jail. This show is part of the Cell Series of exhibitions.

The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass

Kimbell Art Museum

March 1 through May 24, 2015

A selection of paintings and sculptures, from Impressionist to post-World War II art, amassed by pillars of the Texas philanthropy, the Bass family. Includes works by Van Gogh, Picasso, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Vuillard, Bonnard, Matisse, Miró, Léger, Chagall, Rothko, Rodin, Maillol, Segal.

Audubon’s Beasts

Amon Carter Museum

January 15 through August 2, 2015

A selection of hand-painted prints by famed scientist and artist John James Audubon (1785–1851)–some of his greatest depictions of North America’s four-legged animals in their natural habitats, from swamps to savannahs.

Framing Desire: Photography and Video

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

February 21 through August 23, 2015

An exhibition featuring recent acquisitions, including works by Cory Arcangel, Artemio, Larry Clark, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Rineke Dijkstra, Debbie Grossman, Candida Höfer, Misty Keasler, Ragnar Kjartansson, Robert Mapplethorpe, Gordon Matta-Clark, Ryan McGinley, Nicholas Nixon, Catherine Opie, Orit Raff, Laurie Simmons, Allison V. Smith, Arne Svenson, Frank Thiel, and Gillian Wearing.

At Home and at Court

Crow Collection of Asian Art

March 14 through August 23, 2015

An exhibition of Chinese and Japanese paintings from the Crow Collection, exploring the shared East Asian fine-art heritage of hanging scrolls, hand scrolls, and folding screens.

Benevolence and Wisdom

Crow Collection of Asian Art

February 14, 2015 through January 17, 2016

An exhibition of art works recently donated to the museum at the bequest of Margaret Doggett Crow, including Asian export porcelain, delicately carved jade vessels, and Japanese ivory netsuke.

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