From massive rock sculptures to delicate silk flower collages and room-sized installations, Jim Hodges’ artworks range across a wide spectrum of styles. But they often embody paradoxes about fragility and time. The DMA show is co-organized with the Walker Art Center.
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Today in the roundup: Jonathan Norton talks about his new show, the DMA visits Paris and the Nasher wants to text you.
Today in the roundup: The best in local arts, Fort Worth’s singer/poet and a slew of visual arts news.
Closing out the work week with a bang, a big bang of arts openings in the next week, plus UTD seems to be collecting museum directors, while a famous graffiti artist may go to jail, and not for spraying murals on walls.
The Cliburn Competition celebrates 50 years, The Jewish Film Festival gets underway and the Dallas Museum of Art gets a new exec. Happy Wednesday.
Hi, Wednesday! Designers duke it out. Maybe you’d like your house caught in the middle?; rising opera talent with local ties at Glimmerglass, and your vote counts to the DMA – plus, some area bands.
The Cindy Sherman show is a huge retrospective of her landmark photography from MOMA in NYC, while the Chagall is from France and there’s a site-specific installation by the celebrated Glasgow artist Karla Black — all on the DMA calendar through March.
Today in the roundup: Greater Tuna comes home, local music bits and decoding work at the DMA.
Today in the roundup: Getting to know Maxwell Anderson, Romney and the arts and checking in on a harmonica convention.
Today in the roundup: Talking Smile Smile’s new album, Kitchen Dog’s new season and the DMA’s heavy new exhibition.