We still have an hangover, art and otherwise, from Saturday night's gallery hopping marathon, but luckily we were still upright and mostly cognizant by the time we made it to 500X where whiffs of Chris Tennen and Scott Hilton's collaborative installation, "The Society for Olfactory Preservation," wa ... More >>
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For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle
Doug Wright channeled his anger from growing up gay in the Park Cities into bizarre and brilliant plays
The work of Smith and Cannings explodes
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Lee Lozano was among the most celebrated conceptual artists of the 1960s. So why is she buried in an unmarked grave in Grand Prairie?
Denton's Good/Bad Art Collective takes its act to New York and hopes to survive the city's brutal art scene.