The solo exhibition Michelle Mackey: Beyond Measure (Nov. 19, 2022-Feb. 11, 2023), at Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas, is in many ways a homecoming for the artist.
What constitutes meaning? It’s not a simple question, and it’s one that has captured the imagination of artists, philosophers, and scholars alike for millennia.
With a tagline of “international, powered by women & curiously lo-fi,” Frame Dance’s line-up this year for Frame x Frame Film Fest 2022 offers a range of impactful films.
Anne Windfohr Marion’s life story has the makings of a Lone Star legacy. Recognized as an oil heiress, rancher, horse breeder, and business executive, her philanthropy included support for the arts as well.
Meadows Museum in Dallas secured Vermeer’s Woman in Blue Reading a Letter for its new exhibition, Dalí/Vermeer: A Dialogue, on display Oct. 16, 2022 through Jan. 15, 2023.
Speaking With Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography, on display at the Amon Carter through Jan. 22, 2023.
Like so many artists, Matthew Bourbon holds an array of roles in the field.
On view at the Contemporary Art Museum Houston from Oct. 28 through Feb. 26, 2023, If Revolution Is a Sickness centers around a video of the same name.
Jenelle Esparza’s weavings reflect her South Texas lineage, but also ask what that history might look like from the perspective of the landscape.
The Dallas Museum of Art seemed to have known that Matthew Wong was on the cusp of fame before most of the world’s other leading art museums.
In 1966, Gordon Parks, one of the most acclaimed photographers of the 20th century, set out to profile rising civil rights leader Stokely Carmichael for Life magazine.
Manalo’s family immigrated to the United States from the Philippines when he was nineteen, sparking what would become one of the major driving questions - what does ‘home’ mean?