D/FW ART - Dallas Art Museums, Galleries and Artists & Fort Worth Art Museums, Galleries and Artists

Visual Art in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex
Plus Art in Texas and the Southwest
by joel Sampson, artist / engineer / musician

More Cowbell
Kinetic Percussion Sound Art
© 2016 by Joel Sampson


My photograph, Shell.
On display at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth
in American Photographs, 1845 to Now
© 2002 by Joel Sampson


Few cities have more art or better art than we now have in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. From the second largest contemporary art museum in the U.S. to the world class Nasher Sculpture Center - there is lots going on!

The Dallas / Fort Worth area (called the Metroplex) also has anactive group of working artists, art centers, and many great privategalleries. In addition to our six major art museums, we have severalsmaller art museums that are very special. This non-commercial web sitelists them all with links and a few comments.

We also feature the art museums in Texas and the Southwest. Texas is truly State of the Arts! And Oklahoma is OK too!

We have some great art in Big D and Cowtown! Y'all come and see it!

Dallas / Fort Worth Art Gallery Openings

I am back posting D/FW Gallery Openings on the original page. It makes it easier to print out and take with you. I update the list when I get a new opening. On days with a lot of openings, I list by locations, which makes it much easier to play your trip. I will leave openings up for a week or two if you want to catch up on what you missed.

Enjoy, joel Sampson, editor

DF/W and Texas Art Museum News

Yayou Kusama - Installation at the Dallas Museum of Art. It's very cool. She just had a big show at the MFA in Houston. Extened uhtil April 29th. Don't miss it!

Laura Owens - also at the DMA. The show is interesting.

First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone - An interesting take at the Nasher Sculpture Center. It's up until April 28. I really liked the exhibit.

Lands of Asia - at the Kimbell in Fort Worth until August 19th. It's a very large exhibit. The genre is not my expertise or interest, but I found the show very interesting. I enjoyed the disks, axes and knives.

Ron Mueck is back at the Modern in Fort Worth. Up until May 6, 2018.

Future exhibits

2019 - The Kimbell has Goya, Monet and some other interesting shows scheduled.

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