Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
A free, one-day symposium on ancient Japanese ceramic arts and the collaborative project of Japanese sculptor Tadashi Hirakawa and a team of archaeologists whom have...Read More
New sculptures and a video by artist Jonathan Schipper, that, like a roller coaster, are pregnant with potential energy but need to be experienced to...Read More
Works by current TCU MFA students Amanda Arredondo, Mason Bryant, Courtney Hamilton, Alyssa Hawkins, Fernando Johnson, Layla Luna, and Max Morris–all responding to the idea...Read More
Téllez makes films in collaboration with psychiatric patients and people with disabilities. Combining elements of fiction and documentary, Téllez and his collaborators rewrite familiar stories...Read More
A group show at TCU’s satellite space and curated by Rachel Cook of Houston’s DiverseWorks, the work will explore the rapidly evolving interconnection between photographs...Read More
New work by TCU MFA candidates: Tara Cook, Ryan Goolsby, Jennifer Guest, Courtney Hamilton, Alyssa Hawkins, Fernando Johnson, Maxwell Morris, and Lucia Simek.
A film and photographs by the German artist team of Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz blend historical fact with a contemporary reenactment to challenge preconceptions...Read More
Abstract paintings in a 100 year old tradition, leavened by a conceptual practice that begs the question.
Hybrids between ceramics, photography, drawing, video and sculpture can seem dirty, frightening or dangerous to those who need the clear cut boundaries of media specificity....Read More
A poetic collection of works that undermine expectations through subtle gestures. Curated by Terri Thornton of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
A Texas-Japan exchange growing from bonds that germinated during the Sun & Star 1996 Festival in Texas.
“The event of putting on a group show of graduate students’ work is a complicated act”, says guest curator Thomas Feulmer.
Organized by Frances Colpitt, Color Pictures examines the rocky fusion of photography’s high technical and aesthetic standards and the intentionally amateur and nonchalant approach to...Read More
Large-scale, meticulous drawings circle the hard truths of Bise’s youth growing up in a bible-belted, suburban sprawl of hypocrisy and identity crisis. Bise’s life-threatening heart...Read More
A discussion among five collaborators: Bradly Brown, co-founder of Homecoming of Fort Worth; Nathan Green, co-founder of Okay Mountain, Austin; M, of the fromer Good/Bad...Read More
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts observes the 22nd Day With(out) Art, on World AIDS Day, December 1, by participating in the national, simultaneous, free screenings of...Read More
A single, melancholy, droll, introspective sculpture by Angust Fairhurst (1966–2008) the critically acclaimed yet often overlooked YBA. On loan from Dallas’ Goss-Michael Foundation.
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts features the exhibition Housing Edition, a large-scale sculpture installation conceived by Sterling Allen during his residency at ArtPace. Together with eight...Read More
We eagerly anticipate what the artist currently known as "M" has in store for us in the upcoming exhibition at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts. Curator...Read More
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
Transmission features new work by TCU’s Masters of Fine Arts students in dialogue with work by their primary influences. The list of students and their...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.