Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
April 17 - September 18, 2016
A comprehensive survey of works from Frank Stella's career, including paintings, reliefs, sculpture, and drawings. This show is co-organized with the Whitney Museum of American Art and curated by Michael Auping.
Auping, Chief curator at the Modern, offers insights into what he learned through his repeated visits with the greatest portrait painter of our time.
Marlon Blackwell, FAIA, practices architecture in Fayetteville, Arkansas and serves as Distinguished Professor and Department Chair in the School of Architecture at the University of...Read More
Martin Gayford, the British critic, writer, and curator shares what he observed throughout his extended sittings and the relationship that he inevitably developed with the...Read More
Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (born Brian Donnelly) has received critical acclaim for straddling the commercial and fine art worlds. His monumental sculpture, Companion (Passing Through), 2010,...Read More
Art star Rosson Crow had her first solo exhibition in the US at the Modern. First attracting attention as a graduate student at Yale making...Read More
Acclaimed photographer Nicholas Nixon gained broad attention when it was included in one of the most influential exhibitions of the 1970s, New Topographics: Photographs of...Read More
David Dawson, painter and longtime assistant and friend of Lucian Freud, shares personal insights on the painter.
Heyd Fontenot, portraitist and director of CentralTrak, talks about Lucian Freud.
The Gerhard Richter documentary everyone’s talking about. Screenings Friday at 6pm; Saturday at 5pm; and Sunday at noon, 2pm, and 4pm. 97 minutes; German and...Read More
A preview of the documentary Freud’s Naked Truths. The film will premiere on Smithsonian Channel in July. Screenings on June 30, at 12:00, 1:30, &...Read More
British artist Ged Quinn’s paintings combine landscapes in the vein of Claude Lorrain with fragments of history, art history, and mythology.
Distinguished writer, curator, editor, lecturer, and activist Lucy Lippard presents Undermining, touching on photography, the new West, development, water, and land art, as she discusses...Read More
Writer and artist Gregg Bordowitz presents Testing Some Beliefs, an ongoing series of lectures/performances that consider the strength and longevity, as well as the present...Read More
LA artist Andrea Fraser has used performance, video, and a range of other media to explore the motivations that drive artists, collectors, art dealers, corporate...Read More
Brooklyn-based artist Byron Kim, known for Synecdoche, a grouping of hundreds of small monochrome paintings based on skin tones that was included in the 1993...Read More
New York institutional critique artist Jill Magid: presents Embedded, a survey of her career with insights into her strange and thrilling experiences and endeavors as...Read More
Scientistic art from Glaswegian Katie Paterson. Many of her installations involve collaboration with astronomers, nanotechnologists, and fireworks manufacturers.
A young British cross-medium, multidisciplinary, conceptual artist who focuses on nature, ecology, geology, and cosmology. She was named one of four “Best New Artists in...Read More
Tim Rollins is an artist, activist, and teacher based in South Bronx, New York, who is known for what might be understood as “art activism,”...Read More
Andrew Campbell is an art historian at Texas State University. For this Valentine’s Day presentation, Campbell presents one facet of his current project, Bound Together,...Read More
Artist Glenn Ligon in conversation with curator Scott Rothkopf on the subject of Ligon’s midcareer retrospective Glenn Ligon: AMERICA, which opens to the public on...Read More
The first comprehensive, midcareer retrospective of Glenn Ligon (b. 1960), organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art and curator Scott Rothkopf, in close collaboration...Read More
This edition of the quarterly Modern’s Graduate Lecture Series features Houston artist Eileen Maxson. Graduate students from across the state can see the show, hear...Read More
Brooklyn-based artist Brian Donnelly, aka “KAWS,” is the subject of the Ft. Worth Modern’s first FOCUS exhibition for the 2011-2012 season. KAWS’ as you can...Read More
This edition of the quarterly Modern Graduate Lecture Series features Emily Morrison of Trouser House, New Orleans as guest speaker. Graduate students from across the...Read More
Katy Siegel, contributing editor for Artforum and professor of art history at Hunter College, CUNY, discusses her recent book, Since ’45: America and the Making...Read More
Michael Auping, chief curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, presents Los Angeles: Light and Space at Land’s Edge, focusing on the unique...Read More
Los Angeles artist Koki Tanaka presents the development of his playful and insubordinate art.
Curator, art critic, and associate professor of art at Claremont University in Claremont, California, presents Getting It Wrong in Just the Right Way: Diebenkorn’s West...Read More
Julie VandenBerg Snow, FAIA, here as the lead juror for the Forth Worth AIA annual Design Awards, presents her thoughts on architecture today and how...Read More
Art critic, corresponding editor to Art in America, and Deedie Potter Rose Chair of Art History at Texas Christian University, Dr. Frances Colpitt presents the...Read More
The largest museum exhibition ever devoted to Diebenkorn’s most celebrated works, curated by Orange County Museum of Art curator Sarah C. Bancroft. The show will...Read More