Mortal, an exhibition of work by Kiki Smith at the Dallas Contemporary, on view through Dec. 17, spans the last 10 years of the artist’s output and includes the installation of Pilgrim, a set of thirty industrial steel windowpanes of mouth-blown stained glass.
Tommy Fitzpatrick’s current exhibition Crystal Cities, on view through Nov. 4, includes ten compelling, colorful, acrylic-on-canvas paintings of interlacing planar forms that command the main space of Holly Johnson Gallery.
A timely and thoughtful exhibition featuring the work of eleven Guatemalan artists across an array of media examines the aftermath of a calamitous civil war that ostensibly ended 20 years ago.
A captivating exhibition of over 150 prints drawn from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. has quietly opened at the Dallas Museum of Art as if it flew in under the radar.
An exhibition surrounding Polaroid photography has landed at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, and for many of us the subject is something from the not-so-distant past that comes with a heady dose of nostalgia.
As a timely acknowledgment of how lively things are in the Dallas art scene, Parisian gallerist Frank Elbaz opened a location in the design district across the street from the sizzling Dallas Contemporary.
In the current FOCUS series of exhibitions at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, abstract paintings by the African American painter Stanley Whitney are on view through April 2. This solo show is his first in Texas.
An exhibition on the development of modern art in Spain from 1915-1957 recently landed at the Meadows Museum on the campus of Southern Methodist University.
Installation shot of James Buss: The Poem’s Four Corners Credit: Todora Photography Artist and Fort Worth native James...
Almost seventy paintings and works on paper by Norman Lewis are on view through Aug. 21 at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth as part of Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis.