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Matthew Collings and Emma Biggs: Suspicious Utopias
March 23 – May 11, 2013
Opening Saturday, March 23, 6 – 8 pm

Prominent British arts writer/television presenter/artist and his partner, artist and historian Emma Biggs, bring to FWCA a large scale installation using Merlin Carpenter's critiique as a platform for the explanation of abstract painting, as well as their collaborative works on …

Matthew Collings and Emma Biggs: Suspicious Utopias
March 23 – May 11, 2013
Opening Saturday, March 23, 6 – 8 pm

Prominent British arts writer/television presenter/artist and his partner, artist and historian Emma Biggs, bring to FWCA a large scale installation using Merlin Carpenter's critiique as a platform for the explanation of abstract painting, as well as their collaborative works on paper and a very special custom publication which, instead of merely cataloging this exhibition, is actually part of it. The show opens to the public on FWADA's Spring Gallery Night.

Location

2900 W. Berry Street
Fort Worth, TX, US
Monday–Tuesday, Sunday, Closed
Wednesday–Saturday, 12pm–5pm