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Tuesday Evenings at the Modern
Nov 13, 2012

Bruce Nauman is one of the most influential artists working in the world today. The quintessential multi-media artist, Nauman has been a pioneer of performance and body art, conceptual photography, the use of language and sound as mediums, as well as video and site-specific installations. The Museum has recently acquired a new room-sized installation by the artist, Studio Mix, 2010. The work is inspired by a set of piano exercises that the composer Béla Bartók (1881–1945) wrote as a means of teaching children the piano.

Nov 15, 2012

Ana Vidovic

For ticket information, call 817.498.0363 or visit www.guitarsociety.org.

The Modern Shop
Nov 16, 2012

 

Shop easily! The Modern Shop is open Tuesday through Sunday 10 am to 5 pm and Friday until 8 pm!

Three good reasons to shop the Modern-
Free and easy parking
Member discount on full priced merchandise- members save 20%!
An amazing selection…The Modern Shop has something for everyone on your list!
Spend $200 in the Shop and receive a free tote bag. It folds flat to easily tuck into a purse or car console. (While supplies last)

Don’t forget- Shop late, Friday nights until 8!

Contemporary Dance Fort Worth
Nov 17, 2012

Contemporary Dance/Fort Worth presents films documenting movers who dance in the high space, above the earth’s surface:

Contemporary Dance Fort Worth
Nov 17, 2012

Contemporary Dance/Fort Worth presents films documenting movers who dance in the high space, above the earth’s surface:

The Last Tightrope Dancer In Armenia (Armenia, 2009, 52 min.) Two septuagenarians, the most celebrated tightrope dancers in Armenia, share the same dream – that their only remaining student will keep their daring heritage alive. An elegy to a vanishing art form, this remarkable film by director Inna Sahakyan was the winner of the Best Documentary Film at the 2011 Dance On Camera Festival.

Nov 20, 2012 - Aug 11, 2013

December 2012 is the 10th anniversary of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s building designed by Tadao Ando. The Modern will mark the anniversary with a series of new acquisitions on view this fall, culminating in a celebration gala and dinner on December 6, 2012.

Director Marla Price comments, “These are exciting additions to the Modern’s permanent collection. We are acquiring work by important new artists in several cases and increasing our holdings of works by Vernon Fisher, Dan Flavin, Howard Hodgkin, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Nauman, and Nicholas Nixon.”

The Modern Shop
Nov 23, 2012 - Nov 23, 2012

 

Shop easily! The Modern Shop is open Tuesday through Sunday 10 am to 5 pm and Friday until 8 pm!

Three good reasons to shop the Modern-
Free and easy parking
Member discount on full priced merchandise- members save 20%!
An amazing selection…The Modern Shop has something for everyone on your list!
Spend $200 in the Shop and receive a free tote bag. It folds flat to easily tuck into a purse or car console. (While supplies last)

Don’t forget- Shop late, Friday nights until 8!

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern
Nov 27, 2012

Howard Rachofsky is an internationally renowned collector of contemporary art living in Dallas. He began collecting in the mid-1970s, and over the past three decades has amassed a world-class collection of paintings, sculpture, video, and installation art by many of the era’s greatest artists, including Robert Irwin, Donald Judd, Anselm Kiefer, Jeff Koons, Bruce Nauman, Gerhard Richter, and Mark Rothko, among many others.

The Modern Shop
Nov 30, 2012 - Nov 30, 2012

 

Shop easily! The Modern Shop is open Tuesday through Sunday 10 am to 5 pm and Friday until 8 pm!

Three good reasons to shop the Modern-
Free and easy parking
Member discount on full priced merchandise- members save 20%!
An amazing selection…The Modern Shop has something for everyone on your list!
Spend $200 in the Shop and receive a free tote bag. It folds flat to easily tuck into a purse or car console. (While supplies last)

Don’t forget- Shop late, Friday nights until 8!

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern
Dec 04, 2012

Jenny Holzer is internationally recognized for her daring approach to public art and her dramatic site-specific installations in galleries and museums. Since the mid-1970s, Holzer has used language as her primary means of expression, delivering various statements and stories through a wide range of media. Beginning with inexpensively printed posters, Holzer’s art has steadily evolved in sophistication, expanding into a lexicon that includes advertising billboards, radio, television, clothing, and the medium she is most associated with—the electronic sign.

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