In the work of Leslie Martinez, on view at the Blaffer Art Museum from through March 12, 2023, viewers tumble across landscapes as they explore the peaks and valleys of each piece unhindered by borders.
h Shannon and William Cannings are represented by Anya Tish Gallery, so showing them together at some point seemed predestined.
“I am turning 80 on April 19, and this is one of those ‘woulda-gonna’ projects that is finally happening,” Surls said. “If I’m going to do it, I have to do it now.”
There is actually no way to know how many artists support themselves solely through their artwork, but most people agree that it’s a fairly low percentage.
During a visit to the Getty Research Institute years ago, on an informal tour through the archives, I caught a glimpse of a box filled with Walter Hopps’s letters, marked “Top Secret” or some such about how the contents were to remain sealed until a certain date.
When I caught up with artist, professor, and 2022 Tito’s Art Prize winner Tammie Rubin, she was deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains, about to begin her second session at the Penland Artist Residency.
“Stepping into this exhibition truly feels like you’re embarking on a journey through time,” says Dr. Nicole R. Myers, Dallas Museum of Art’s interim chief curator and The Barbara Thomas Lemmon senior curator of European Art.
Today, a bronze cast of The Freedman can be found at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth.
Twenty years after his passing, the extraordinary twentieth-century polymath and pioneering modernist Lain Singh Bangdel is finally getting some much-deserved recognition in the United States.
In my first brief conversation with San Antonio-based artist Jose Villalobos regarding his 2018 Luminaria artwork, La Carga de Tradición, the artist was incorporating dance-based performance with wearable sculpture.
More than 25,000 square feet of gallery space at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth are devoted to I’ll Be Your Mirror: Art and the Digital Screen (Feb. 12- April 30, 2023).
When planning her show of paintings, sculptures, and videos at the Galveston Arts Center (Jan. 14-April 16, 2023), Joey Fauerso decided to consider the large, high-ceilinged main gallery as the site of a single installation.