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Fail Strong
Fail Strong

Fail Strong by The Art Foundation semigloss. Magazine (June, 2013) “The moral flabbiness born of the exclusive worship of the bitch-goddess SUCCESS. That — with the squalid cash interpretation put on the word success — is our national disease.” – William James to H. G. Wells (1906-09-11)   “There’s no success like failure, and failure’s no success […]

Altered States
Altered States

The Art Foundation presents Altered States, an art party fundraiser in support of Ruined State(s) No. 2, a project by UTD CentralTrak artist-in-residence, Robert Andrade. The fundraiser will help the California-based artist create a conceptual multi-site, privately-funded public work in Dallas, TX. The Art Foundation hosts this night of music and art near Andrade’s proposed […]

Ruined State(s) No. 2
Ruined State(s) No. 2

Facilitated by The Art Foundation, Robert Andrade proposes Ruined State(s) No. 2, a public work in Dallas, TX exploring issues of state power related to the communal environment and physical site from which authority derives validity. As the project progresses it has evolved to question the role of the proposal and efforts to realize the […]

Art in the Public Sphere
Art in the Public Sphere

“Art in the Public Sphere” a series of brief art talks Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 7-9 PM The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, 3120 McKinney Ave., Dallas 75204 {MAP} Organized by The Art Foundation, “Art in the Public Sphere” will be a series of brief slide presentations on the subject of public art, in its myriad iterations, by […]