“Fine Line: Mental Health/Mental Illness,” is an exhibit by photographer Michael Nye on the Southern Methodist Campus.
A Texas businessman bought his first samurai armor about 20 years ago, the beginning of one of the most significant private collections in the world. Part of that collection is on an international tour that opened this month at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth.
Bacon fat, coffee grounds and egg shells… believe it or not that’s what you’ll find at a new exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art.
Today photography means color and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art has an exhibition they’ve organized. It’s the evolution of color photography — Color! American Photography Transformed.
The Perot Museum has opened an environmentally friendly summer exhibit designed to let visitors — not museum employees — create the exhibit.
The Nasher Sculpture Center is submerging you in art in a new exhibition, Katharina Grosse: Wunderblock.
When most people think of Russian artist Marc Chagall, they think of his colorful paintings. But he worked in many different artistic styles, and now you can see his entire artistic career.
An interactive exhibit at the new Perot Science Museum of Dallas is closed after a visitor suffered an injury to his hand.
The DMA welcomes Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties inside its doors this March. The exhibit is the first of its kind, showcasing America fine art from the end of World War l through the beginning of the Great Depression. Youth and Beauty, organized by the Brooklyn Museum, will feature more than 130 works by more than 65 artists.
Amtrak is bringing its Exhibit Train to the Intermodal Station in downtown Fort Worth this weekend.
The museum celebrates women who exemplify courage, resilience and independence. Currently, the museum is celebrating Sandra Day O’Connor.
Dallas Contemporary focuses on engaging the public, so it makes sense that Rob Pruitt will be showcasing an original exhibition at the space.