Ruffling the Fringe
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Ruffling the Fringe

WOULD YOU ATTEND YOUR OWN funeral? Would you let a stranger wash your hair? Would…

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Cut and Paste
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Cut and Paste

IN A 1929 PHOTOGRAPH BY RUSSIAN avant-garde artist El Lissitzky, an extreme close-up of an…

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Strait To Houston
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Strait To Houston

IRINA CHMYREVA AND EVGENY Berezner do not rush to answers. After each question, there is…

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Creating In Motion
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Creating In Motion

Sublimation Simulacrum January 7–February 11 Cohn Drennan Contemporary www.cohndrennancontemporary.com If there’s anything Dallas born sculptor…

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Review: Antonio Murado
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Review: Antonio Murado

Antonio Murado Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas January 7–February 11, 2012 Some shows transform a gallery…

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Review:  Joseph Havel
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Review: Joseph Havel

Joseph Havel Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas January 14–February 25, 2012 When art places us squarely…

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Review:  Luther Smith
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Review: Luther Smith

We may not take the time to notice, but there are patches of wilderness that…

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Review:  Angel Fernandez and Kit Reisch
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Review: Angel Fernandez and Kit Reisch

Variety of style and reference, scale and medium, motivation and effect — with Angel Fernandez…

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Review:  KAWS
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Review: KAWS

KAWS Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth December 11, price 2011–February 19, 2012   The…

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SURVEYING THE SCENE
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SURVEYING THE SCENE

A statewide preview of some interesting new shows   GLENN LIGON: AMERICA Modern Art Museum…

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POPAGANDA:  Shepard Fairey
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POPAGANDA: Shepard Fairey

Punk rock skateboarder turned infamous street artist, Shepard Fairey moves beyond guerrilla-style art to forge…

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Review:  Where Will We Live?
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Review: Where Will We Live?

If Kafka and John Burger had a baby, it would be New York-based artist Matthew…

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Review:  McArthur Binion
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Review: McArthur Binion

“Perspectives 177: McArthur Binion” is one of two recent exhibitions to open at the Contemporary…

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Review:  Observed Imagined Abstracted
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Review: Observed Imagined Abstracted

“Observed Imagined Abstracted” At Hiram Butler Gallery January 14 - February 25, 2012, three different…

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Review:  Jade Walker at Lawndale Art Center
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Review: Jade Walker at Lawndale Art Center

As the exhibition title, “Contact,” implies, Jade Walker’s current installation in the large John O’Quinn…

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Leaving the Silo: Artists on Seeing Other Disciplines
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Leaving the Silo: Artists on Seeing Other Disciplines

BEING AN ARTIST IS AN ALL ENCOMPASSING job, illness with time and money often in…

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John Sonsini Men at Work
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John Sonsini Men at Work

THE PHRASE “PAINTING FROM life” can bring to mind a host of images produced by…

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Moments of Respite
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Moments of Respite

Understated Elegance Triumphs in Yoshio Taniguchi’s Asia Society Texas Center   HOUSTON IS NOT KNOWN…

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Laura Lark – All the Pretty People
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Laura Lark – All the Pretty People

February 11–April 3, price 2012 “The Liveable Forest” Preview: Friday, Feb. 10, 6–8 p.m. Opening…

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Signs of Power
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Signs of Power

THIS SPRING, THE CONTEMPORARY Arts Museum Houston hosts the nationally touring exhibition “The Deconstructive Impulse:…

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Works of Note: December 2011
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Works of Note: December 2011

AURORA 2011 Dallas Arts District October 28, 2011 With the public art festival Aurora, Dallas…

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Colorful World of Artist Rex Ray
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Colorful World of Artist Rex Ray

You could call him a punk rock post-modernist artist. Rex Ray is a visual musician,…

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Public Art at the Texas Discovery Garden
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Public Art at the Texas Discovery Garden

“Look Up! Look Up!” The young girl commanded her parents as she entered the Texas…

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Life in Black & White
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Life in Black & White

Fine art photographer Jay Rusovich is fiercely — and refreshingly — old school. He shoots…

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KAWS & Effect
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KAWS & Effect

The silken concrete walls at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth would seem like…

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An Artful Life
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An Artful Life

Deborah Colton & Her Texas Home for International Contemporary Art   GALLERY OWNER AND COMMUnity…

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The Colville Formula
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The Colville Formula

Q + A with Pat Colville   December 3, viagra 60mg 2011–January 14, help 2012…

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Pushing Paint: Joseph Cohen at Wade Wilson Art
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Pushing Paint: Joseph Cohen at Wade Wilson Art

January 6-28 “Joseph Cohen: Paintings from Italy” Wade Wilson Art JOSEPH COHEN BENDS THE LINE…

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Abstract Track: The Abridged Story of Daniel McFarlane
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Abstract Track: The Abridged Story of Daniel McFarlane

DANIEL MCFARLANE’S CV READS well beyond what any ambitious young artist could hope for: Bachelors…

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Pamela Nelson in ConTEXT
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Pamela Nelson in ConTEXT

Shimmering mosaics in Ravenna, meticulously woven textiles in the Middle East and suggestive labels in…

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Amon Carter’s Modern Man
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Amon Carter’s Modern Man

During his lifetime, mind American modernist John Marin was the country’s most celebrated artist. His…

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Staring at the World
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Staring at the World

They say art is an expression of life and for artist Rolando Diaz, sick this…

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The Art of High Fashion
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The Art of High Fashion

If there’s one thing Jean Paul Gaultier hates, it’s convention. That’s why the famously dubbed…

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A Fair Share
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A Fair Share

 Producer Max Fishko Talks Up The Texas Contemporary Art Fair   Max Fishko is no…

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Cultural Warrior:  Jenni Rebecca Stephenson
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Cultural Warrior: Jenni Rebecca Stephenson

Jenni Rebecca Stephenson describes herself as a recovering artist and performer who has seriously studied…

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Pivot Point:  John Sparagana In Motion
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Pivot Point: John Sparagana In Motion

September 9–October 22 “Going Down for the Third Time” Bryan Miller Gallery   John Sparagana…

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Heady Times
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Heady Times

Sex, order texture and politics collide in Donald Moffett’s “The Extravagant Vein”   If you’re…

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