The Art Galleries at TCU
The Art Galleries at TCU provide an extensive series of exhibitions, lectures, panel discussions, and other public programs. Its two galleries–Moudy Gallery and Fort Worth Contemporary Arts–allow an opportunity for the university community and general public to engage with a diverse array of creative production.
Drink My Drink
TCU's BFA Senior Art Exhibition 2013
Tonight, April 22, 5 - 7 pm in Moudy Gallery
Featuring work by:
FORT WORTH CONTEMPORARY ARTS
Biggs & Collings: Suspicious Utopias
March 23 – May 11, 2013
Opening Saturday, March 23, 6 – 8 pm
In a joint enterprise, Biggs and Collings create autonomous abstract paintings that take their place in a modernist tradition going back 100 years, inflected by a conceptual practice that challenges an absolute reading. For their exhibition at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts the artists stage an inquiry into what it might mean for art to be its own thing in an age of suspicion. The installation, with its wall text, jewel-like oil paintings, and collage of gray surfaces both depicted and actual, amounts to a tournament of color, conflict, abstraction, disappearance and redaction, in which Biggs and Collings throw punches in an argument with post-post modernism.