Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
September 15 - January 5, 2014
México Inside Out: Themes in Art Since 1990 is one of the largest and most ambitious exhibitions in over a decade to examine contemporary art of central Mexico and Mexico City from the 1990s to the present day. Organized by curator Andrea Karnes, the exhibition is the first of its kind to be presented in North Texas.
Come out and celebrate Glasstire’s 10th anniversary with a series of events! First, and perhaps most star-studded, is a panel on the topic of regionalism [...]
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth announces the exhibition Ed Ruscha: Road Tested. The exhibition, organized by Michael Auping, the Modern’s chief curator, tracks [...]
Robert Lazzarini is best known for his sculptures of common objects in which detailed craftsmanship is combined with precise illusionistic distortion. For his FOCUS exhibition [...]
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth kicks off their FOCUS exhibition series with Eric Parker beginning December 1st! Organized by MAMFW and curator Andrea [...]
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presents one of Texas’s most internationally recognized artists, Vernon Fisher in K-Mart Conceptualism. Organized by the Museum’s chief [...]
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth joins with the Lone Star Film Society and the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas to present a [...]
Get your Pop-Art on with the first U.S. museum survey exhibition to explore works by Warhol that were created during the final eight years of [...]
Gabriel Acevedo Velarde presents his first solo exhibition in an American museum at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth! Velarde’s experimental videos and installations create [...]
"The first Focus exhibition for the 2009–2010 season will feature the work of Gardar Eide Einarsson, who often explores the complex relationship between individuals and [...]
25 paintings selected by FWMAM chief curator Michael Auping, who has known Rothenberg for over 30 years. Says Auping: "Rather than focusing on Rothenberg’s famous [...]
"William Kentridge: Five Themes features the most comprehensive survey to date of the films, drawings, books, prints, sculptures, and stage designs by this influential contemporary [...]
This two-part exhibition continues with the installation of work from the permanent collection on the museum’s second floor. As Chief Curator Michael Auping puts it, [...]
Painter and native Texan Rosson Crow‘s exhibit features her "large-scale, vivid depictions of nostalgia-laden interiors that blend aspects of history with theatricality. Interior spaces are [...]
To create his large, abstract canvases, Elrod begins with “frictionless drawings,” created with a computer mouse and a simple computer graphics program. He then takes [...]
Shettar‘s unassuming materials and intensive handwork make her large-scale sculptural installations a must-see!!
Austin-based artist duo Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler have been working together for the last 15 years to create photo and video installation works.
Organized by the WalkerArtCenter, this is the first full-scale American museum survey of Kara Walker‘s work!! Set in the Antebellum South, Kara’s cut-paper silhouettes are [...]
Since graduating from Yale in 2001, Kehinde Wiley‘s star has been on the rise, and he has even been featured on The Today Show. In [...]
This thirty-year retrospective organized by MoMA features forty-five of Puryear‘s striking sculptures. Puryear will be at The Modern on April 8 to have a conversation [...]
Mosley combines "digitally photographed stop-motion puppets, a 24-inch-high bronze monument, and ink-wash painted environments."
Organized by Michael Auping, Chief Curator of the Modern, and includes: Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Barnett Newman and Mark Rothko.
The Modern is bringing thirteen beautiful works by Mueck center stage. Including Untitled (Seated Woman), the infamous Dead Dad, the huge In Bed, a twenty-foot [...]
Organized by curator Andrea Karnes, including pieces by: Sanford Biggers, Jennifer Zackin, Rineke Dijkstra, Nathalie Djurberg, Adam Fuss, Anna Gaskell, Miranda July, Makiko Kudo, Loretta [...]
Ziervogel's drawings are a must see in FTW! His drawings take the appearance of scrolls or panels like those of Hieronymus Bosch, but beware there [...]