Roosevelt Library Gallery (at Stone Standard)
Three abstract painters: Dallas-based Tady, Houston-based McNeil, and Brooklyn-based Mackey.
Sculptor Lazes shows his physically morphed Plex paintings and his steam-bent wood sculptures.
California-based landscape photographer here shows his large, dramatic black-and-white photos of big storms brewing on horizon lines.
Three solo shows under one roof: International fashion photographer Testino turns his lens on mountainous people of Peru and their traditional and festive costumes. Uklanski is […]
Via the FW Modern: “Tuesday Evenings at the Modern opens this season with insights into the art and issues of Urban Theater: New York Art in […]
Screening of short film by the ascendant Frank Mosley (“Upstream Color”) and Lee Luna. Part of a quartet of movies they shot in Seattle.
Insane, apocalyptic paintings with an outsider bent by the ever-colorful Clay Stinnett.
A selection of works on paper, some very rare, by such luminaries as Edgar Degas, Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh, Édouard Manet, Jacques-Louis David, Théodore Géricault, […]
Winter, professor emeritus at SMU, has been a fertile source for his pupils over the years. “This expansive exhibition will include over 45 of Winter’s […]
Preview screening at Texas Theater of Art21 Season 7 episode featuring Katharina Grosse and her exhibition at the Nasher Sculpture Center (summer of 2013) with a Q&A […]
New gallery opens with a big group show curated by Tex Kerschen.
ALH’s 2014 Texas Patron of the Year exhibition, features a diverse selection of works from over thirty folk, self-taught, and visionary artists.
Havel and Ruck assemble sixty architectural fragments from condemned houses into a large form, or sculptural action, in the center of the gallery.
A traveling group exhibition exploring the creative misuse of built structures, suggesting the possibility of alternative forms of engagement, both physical and psychological— “parkour turned […]
This will be a screening of the Art21 episode featuring Katharina Grosse’s exhibition at the Nasher Sculpture Center last summer. After will be a Q&A with […]
Works by UT MFA candidates Bryan Martello, Annie Miller, and Anne Rogers, on the theme (as far as we can tell) of playful orifices, dark […]
Photographs from Lily Brooks, Christine Collins and Kate Greene that examine the often futile human desire to connect with the natural world.
Photographs and videos by the NYC-based artist that address the preponderance of technology in contemporary life.
Current artist-in-residence David Brooks bisects the VAC’s big gallery with a 70-foot long geologic core sample. Like the kind you’d find in an oil field.