Frances Stark hasn’t been this angry and disillusioned with the state of the world in a while—if ever. That’s evident in FOCUS: Frances Stark of the artist’s paintings on display at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth through January 9.
First opened at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and on view at the Contemporary Art Museum Houston (CAMH) through Feb. 6, 2022, The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse is a survey of Southern art that shies away from nothing.
Artist Neva Mikulicz sees a growing “anti-science” attitude in our culture, and it creeps her out.
there was some speculation as to the potential impact of the Blanton exhibit Pop Crítico/Political Pop: Expressive Figuration in the Americas, 1960s-1980s (through Jan. 16), as well as a certain wariness when it comes to trying to parallel contemporary problems with art from the past.
Now the world will also view O’Keeffe in a different light and see a trove of her recently discovered photographic art in the MFAH exhibition Georgia O’Keeffe, Photographer, running through Jan. 22.
San Antonio-based artist Jennifer Ling Datchuk reminded me of Brecht’s riddle-like assurance while discussing her current exhibition Later, Longer, Fewer: The Work of Jennifer Ling Datchuk, on view at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft until Jan. 8, 2022.
In September, Nelson’s wish came true: She curated the DMA’s new exhibition, Naudline Pierre: What Could Be Has Not Yet Appeared, on view through May 15, 2022.
This is Descendance, a work by artists and sometimes-collaborators Michael Love and Ariel René Jackson, who in April were named winners of the 2021 Tito’s Prize.
A Beautiful Despair, Agha’s exhibition commissioned by The Carter, is on view at the museum through Jan. 9, 2022.