Concentrations 61: Entremundos, on view at the Dallas Museum of Art through Feb. 17, 2019, is the first solo museum exhibition in the United States by Swiss and Brazilian-based artist Runo Lagomarsino, although he has shown work throughout the country.
Glasgow-based artist and filmmaker Luke Fowler aims to convey information through atmospheric means, layering affect and meaning in a highly evocative manner.
While it is an integral component of the art ecosystem, the role of the collector tends to be overlooked in the context of the museum, at least as far as the audience is concerned; the objects in a museum can seem like they’ve always been there, their presence unquestioned.
After seeing the selection of recent paintings by Katherine Bradford in the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s intimate Focus show of her work, on view through Jan. 14, I found myself searching for the perfect word to describe her surprising color palette.
The opportunity to see film and video in art museums in North Texas has been rare, a fact that is not surprising given that serious consideration of time-based media on the part of any museum was essentially non-existent until the early 2000s.
An interest in what isn’t shown in a photograph is a relatively recent preoccupation among art audiences.
It would be beating a long-dead horse to proffer any remark on the dearth of new music being performed in classical circles, a fact of which Elizabeth McNutt is well aware.
Thomas Riccio’s Dead White Zombies (DWZ) project is his most accessible but least challenging production produced under the Zombies umbrella.
Despite an output that was relatively small, Louis Kahn is one of the most important architects of the 20th century. Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture, the first major retrospective of his work in two decades, is on view through June 25 at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, a building he designed which is recognized as one of the most significant works of modern and contemporary architecture.
Richard Serra’s work in print-making may be unknown to the casual art-goer, the artist’s name associated instead with his massive, imposing sculptural work in steel.