On view at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth May 15 through September 25 is Women Painting Women, a thematic exhibition of forty-six women artists who choose women as subject matter in their works.
After a shortened 2021-22 season, TITAS/Dance Unbound is roaring back for its first full, live season since the pandemic. That’s 10 companies, hailing from four countries, with five making their Texas debut.
Nothing says summer in Dallas quite like Shakespeare in the Park. For 50 years now, the Bard of Avon’s fans have been unfurling blankets, laying out picnics, and popping the corks on glistening bottles of chilled wine before enjoying an evening of iambic pentameter under the stars.
Cyrus shares aspects of his spirited path along sonic territories by creating sculptures, denim works, drawings, and sound, all of which are part of his upcoming solo exhibition at The Modern in Fort Worth, on view through June 26 as part of the museum’s ongoing Focus series.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has been fortunate. Except for recasting a few concert programs in January after a few cases of omicron cropped up among its musicians—who recovered—it has been able to operate “full go-ahead” this season as planned, executive director Kim Noltemy says.
During the first part of its 2021-22 season, TITAS/Dance Unbound treated Dallas audiences to U.S. and Texas premieres, reimagined cultural icons, exuberant Latin dance, and even pieces choreographed to the music of R&B legend D’Angelo.
Indigenous perspectives: ‘The Language of Beauty in African Art’ at the Kimbell Language of Beauty in African Art
More than a century ago, the western art world found a new subject of intrigue. As Europeans began heavier colonization of Africa, they began returning home with a variety of exotic art unlike anything the public had seen before.
Art Making as Life Making: Kinji Akagawa at Tamarind, on view April 23 through Oct. 30 at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, showcases the meaning and impact of collaboration in this renowned artist’s life.
It’s no exaggeration to say that Spirit Lodge: Mississippian Art from Spiro, on view at the DMA March 13-Aug. 7, could be the last time a show of this magnitude comes around, at least in our lifetime.
Despite the ongoing pandemic-related complications, Dallas-based company Bruce Wood Dance has continued to commission and premiere new works over the past months.