How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Art World
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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Art World

Dr. Michael Corris Last year, Creative Time, a respected New York City based non-profit arts…

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The Modernist Musketeers
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The Modernist Musketeers

Events in real time are fluid, dynamic, and spontaneous. Some philosophers call this quality “lived,”…

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Review:  John Webb “Pile”
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Review: John Webb “Pile”

John Webb: “Pile” Sculpture Peel Gallery March 2–April 30, 2012 www.peelgallery.org Tendrils, tentacles and vesicles…

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Review:  Priya Kambli “Color Falls Down”
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Review: Priya Kambli “Color Falls Down”

Priya Kambli’s “Color Falls Down” is one of three new exhibitions to open at the…

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Review:  Amy Blakemore “New Pictures”
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Review: Amy Blakemore “New Pictures”

Looking at a distant hillside, we see the colors of the landscape fade to the…

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Review:  Glassell School of Art
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Review: Glassell School of Art

At first glance, the Glassell School of Art’s “2012 Core Exhibition” seems disjointed and aimless,…

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Review:  FotoFest 2012 Biennial
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Review: FotoFest 2012 Biennial

There was a chasm, according to the curatorial statement, a trench clawed into the cultural…

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Cultural Warrior:  Matthew Lennon
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Cultural Warrior: Matthew Lennon

HAA’s Director of Civic Art & Design With Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” guarding…

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Park Place Projects: The Art of Russ Pitman Park
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Park Place Projects: The Art of Russ Pitman Park

“I’m interested in politics, the idea of connecting to the earth — as in artist…

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All Is Fair In Art?
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All Is Fair In Art?

The Dallas Art Fair (DAF) makes two unspoken promises that, prima facie, seem at odds…

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Drawing with Gravity: Richard Serra at The Menil
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Drawing with Gravity: Richard Serra at The Menil

Over 35 years and 1000 square feet of black pigment fill the contemporary galleries of…

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Look Here: Liliana Porter’s Situational Portraits
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Look Here: Liliana Porter’s Situational Portraits

Liliana Porter is a gatekeeper of emo­tional capacity, whose artwork is heav­ily informed by the…

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Review:  Acoustic Shadows
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Review: Acoustic Shadows

Acoustic Shadows Dallas Museum of Art November 2011–October 2012 From time to time a work…

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Review:  Gerardo R
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Review: Gerardo R

Gerardo R: Un Día a La Vez Start Gallery Dallas March 3–April 15, 2012 Terrible…

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Painting as Painting
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Painting as Painting

Dallas painter and post-medium practitioner Ludwig Schwarz loves a good glitch every now and then.…

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Review:  The Age of Impressionism
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Review: The Age of Impressionism

The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth…

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Review:  “Word Spirit”
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Review: “Word Spirit”

“Word Spirit” Crow Museum of Asian Art, Dallas February 25–May 5, 2012 There may be…

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Review:  Michael O’Keefe “Continuum”
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Review: Michael O’Keefe “Continuum”

Michael O’Keefe: Continuum Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Dallas February 25–March 31, 2012 Figurative…

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Review:  Joseph Glasco
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Review: Joseph Glasco

Joseph Glasco: Paintings from the Estate Talley Dunn Gallery, seek Dallas March 2–April 14, 2012…

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ARTifacts:  April 2012
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ARTifacts: April 2012

Maxwell L. Anderson, the new director of the Dallas Museum of Art, has appointed Robert…

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Those Were the Days
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Those Were the Days

Few moments in American cultural history are as readily recognized as the “roaring” twenties —…

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Artfully Stated
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Artfully Stated

William Powhida is a visual artist and former art critic who continues to blaze the way forward with…

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Review:  Elliott Hundley
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Review: Elliott Hundley

Elliott Hundley Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas January 28–April 22, 2012   While ancient Greek texts…

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Review:  “Border”
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Review: “Border”

“Border” Photos Do Not Bend Gallery, vcialis 40mg Dallas February 18–May 5, viagra order 2012…

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The Pop World of Ruben Nieto
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The Pop World of Ruben Nieto

Ruben Nieto, UT Dallas doctoral candidate and artist in residence at Centraltrak, has re-imagined his…

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Watercolor Round-Up
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Watercolor Round-Up

Now on exhibit, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art presents more than 100 of…

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French Invade Fort Worth
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French Invade Fort Worth

On March 11, “The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark” opens at…

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From Russia With Love
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From Russia With Love

Irina Chmyreva and Evgeny Berezner do not rush to answers. After each question, there is…

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A Day at the Museum
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A Day at the Museum

Talking about art is good for kids’ minds: it helps them think critically, develop strong…

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Young Masters at DMA
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Young Masters at DMA

Peruse the concourse of the Dallas Museum of Art this month and 53 pieces of…

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A Collision of Thoughts
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A Collision of Thoughts

Born and bred in New York City, artist Glenn Ligon infuses the sumptuous surfaces of…

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Review:  Luminous
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Review: Luminous

As the name suggests, “Luminous” is a show meant to shine light on, well, light.…

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Review:  Otabenga Jones “Fort HMAAC
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Review: Otabenga Jones “Fort HMAAC

“Fort HMAAC” is the latest offering from Houston-based collective Otabenga Jones. The inaugural exhibition marking…

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Review:  Brendan Cass “Texas”
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Review: Brendan Cass “Texas”

Brendan Cass’ bright landscapes may seem crude, garish and generally unsettling at first, but the…

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Review:  “Revelation:  Major Paintings by Jules Olitski”
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Review: “Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski”

“Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski” is a tight and quietly heroic retrospective of the…

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Review:  Lia Cook “Bridge 11”
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Review: Lia Cook “Bridge 11”

These photographs aren’t prints: they’re woven fabric. Trading pixels for thread, Lia Cook weaves photography…

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Review:  Joel Shapiro “New Installation”
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Review: Joel Shapiro “New Installation”

Installation art can mean many things. Often it suggests the contiguity and continuity of stuff,…

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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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