The Pollock Gallery of the Division of Art at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present Consuming (Interests): Photographs from Taos, New Mexico by Debora Hunter from September 3 through October 12, 2013.
On October 5, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art opens Color! American Photography Transformed, a compelling examination of how color has changed the very nature of photography, transforming it into today’s dominant artistic medium. Color! includes more than 70 exceptional photographs by as many photographers and is on view through January 5, 2014. Admission is free.
The Forney Arts Council is calling for entries for Top 40! Regional Art Exhibit and Contest. The council is looking for paintings and drawings for a juried show
A unique collection of drawings, personal correspondence with artists, and photographs amassed by American collector and connoisseur William Hood Stewart in the late 19th century has been acquired by the Meadows Museum, director Mark A. Roglán announced today. Stewart was an influential patron of the Modern Spanish School and the majority of the items in his personal album are letters written by prominent Spanish artists, many of whom became his close friends.
We recently tweeted back and forth with Dallas-based commercial advertising photographer (and dare we say visionary) Brian Braun. Mr. Braun caught our attention with his Kickstarter.com campaign. Braun wants to take a Mercury-era space suit on tour of the United States. And we think that is a grand idea. We would even like to follow his progress along the way. Check out Bran’s press release below and consider contributing to his campaign.
Dallas Art News walkabout reporter Rosie Lindsey reviews The Exhibitor’s Exhibit at the Cliff Gallery at Mountain View College through May 10th.
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art announces its upcoming fall exhibition schedule. The special exhibition Color! American Photography Transformed is the first-ever survey of fine art color photography’s journey to becoming a fully accepted art form. Other exhibitions on view include photographs of New York City neighborhood life by John Albok, the collection of works that hung in President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy’s Hotel Texas suite during their visit to Fort Worth in 1963 and prints by José Guadalupe Posada. Admission is free to all exhibitions.
Closing this Sunday, April 21, 2013, is a delightful exhibition of large photographs at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. The exhibition is called Big Pictures and the title means what it says. On display are some really big pictures from the museum’s collection. Big Pictures is an exhibition of forty works that explore what larger media brings to contemporary photography.
Orisons Art and Framing is presenting the works of Mark Renz in Photographs of Memory + Place. The exhibit is opening on Saturday, April 13, 2013, with an artist reception from 7-10 p.m.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings will kick-off Dallas Arts Week on Wednesday, April 3, 2013, at Dallas City Hall.
To celebrate Dallas artists and the city as a prominent cultural destination, Mayor Mike Rawlings and the Dallas Cultural Affairs Commission are proud to announce the first Dallas Arts Week, April 7-14, 2013.
Walkabout Dallas Art News reporter Melanie O’Halloran reviews Cindy Sherman at the Dallas Museum of Art. The exhibition runs through June 9, 2013.
The New Mexico Museum of Art announced the opening of Shiprock and Mont St. Michel: Photographs by William Clift on April 19, 2013.
Cottonwood Art Festival has selected Michelle Mardis as the featured artist for the spring 2013 event, to be held May 4-5 at Richardson’s Cottonwood Park.
Heritage Auctions features portraits of President Kennedy and Pablo Picasso in photography event on March 23 in Beverly Hills.