I'm not going to get involved in the stupid "Dallas vs. Fort Worth" pissing contest, although I've lived in the Fort for most of the last 35 years, so that should give you a clue as to my loyalties. Now that development dollars - many of them from Big D - have created our very own bar ghetto here (t ... More >>
There's a lot to like about tonight's show at the Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth--so much so that the unique location of the show (in the museum itself) falls pretty far down the line. First of all, there's headliner Alela Diane, of whom Falling James writes in this past week's paper:Her rustic fo ... More >>
The Modern hosts a brief visit from Goya
William Campbell's gallery turns 3-0
Bernstein's Big D story
The Nashers open their land of "ah"s
It could be that easy for Dallas to pull away from the pack
The sister cities finally split up for "Gallery Night"
More Whitney hoo-hah
Main St. artists, trapped online, can only pine for tornado-ravaged downtown
Up-write Citizens Brigade
The Whitney Biennial has brought out the worst in the art world -- fussing, feuding, and in-fighting. But Fort Worth's Michael Auping stands by his decision to bring a few Texans to New York.
Fort Worth schoolchildren get a lesson in censorship
Form, function, and abstraction blend in sculptor Anthony Wright's new show
Everyone's a critic; Art breaker