Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
August 25 - October 7, 2017
“Finding Fanon is a three-part film series and installation inspired by the lost plays of Frantz Fanon (1925-1961), a politically radical humanist whose research and writing looked at the psychological effects of colonization and the social and cultural consequences of decolonization. U.K.-based artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy examine Fanon’s ideas, and consider how society, race and racism affect our relationships with each other in an age of new technology, pop culture and globalization."
SMU’s Division of Art, in partnership with the Meadows Museum at SMU, the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts gallery at TCU, and the Modern Art Museum...Read More
Wish You Were Here is curated by Alison Hearst and Leslie Murrell of Subtext Projects and is taking place at the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts...Read More
Liam Gillick’s short films Faction, Erasmus in Kassel, Briannnnnn and Ferryyyyyy, Downtown Community Television plus more are featured in this new exhibition at TCU. Also...Read More
Curators Thomas Feulmer and Christina Rees present Floor Corner Wall: Selected Work from The Rachofsky Collection. This exhibition features sculptural works by heavy hitters Carl...Read More
"Unlike artists working in the more progressive or art-lofty spheres of the two coasts, the Texas artist—especially the highly reactive, imaginative, and sensitive one—finds himself...Read More
"Unable to physically enter the gallery space during the run of the exhibition, the viewer will experience a truncated view similar to a storefront window...Read More
Check out SUPER DYNAMIC ACTION GO!, which "envisions characters and objects with both fantastical and functional iconographies, painstakingly brought to life through machinist techniques," in...Read More
This two-person exhibition features the work of Icelandic sculptor Margrét H. Blöndal and Norwegian video artist Lars Laumann.
This exhibit features portraits by not only Andy Warhol, but also Rineke Dijkstra, Douglas Gordon, CS Leigh, and Tony Scherman.
Just in time for the election, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts has a group show exploring persuasion, from "flattery and seduction through to coercion and threats."...Read More
Robert Boland, Erick Michaud, and Jared Steffensen
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts kicks off the fall season with work by Rebecca Baron (shown), Tom Sachs, and Richard Wentworth. This looks like one of...Read More
Check out this space’s first graduate curatorial project selected by Candace Hicks, a printmaking grad student and the director of The Image Warehouse in Athens,...Read More
Lifting, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts‘ second exhibit, features work by artists who aren’t afraid to use the five finger discount, including A-153167, The Art Guys,...Read More