Ever active, the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association, a.k.a. F.W.A.D.A., which includes a host of non-profit exhibition spaces, museums (as the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, the Kimbell Art Museum, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth), highly independent art dealers, and various university-based galleries -- and has been, for years, the primary sponsor of the ever-popular Fall and Spring Gallery Nights -- has unofficially commandeered much of the month of July to stage this year’s Selections exhibition. The wide-ranging show highlights a select number of works from a breadth of touted local galleries and art spaces, among them: Atrium Gallery at the UNT Health Science Center, Artspace 111, Lakeview Gallery, Galerie Kornye West, McAnthony’s Multicultural Center, Tarrant County College Northwest Campus, SiNiCa Studios, Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio, Weiler House Fine Art Gallery, the Upstairs Gallery, and William Campbell Contemporary Art.
And in a clear gesture of trans-Metroplex, bi-partisan cooperation, the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association has reached out to the Dallas Art Dealers Association (or D.A.D.A.) to present Selections: DADA, a full-on, collaborative effort between the two like-and-art-minded organizations. This particular show will be on display in two galleries, as it weaves in works from two Dallas spaces: David Dike Fine Art and LuminArte Gallery.
Details: Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s Annual Selections Exhibition: Through July 31. Where: Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy St., Fort Worth, TX 76107. The exhibition is free. For more information, contact: Rebecca Low of Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio.