“From very early on, it has been my endeavor to show the importance, the beauty and the magnificence of everyday people,” Huckaby said. “Ordinary people are not usually celebrated in a way that is larger than life. The Fulbright Scholar fellowship will give me the needed support to create a piece that is of local, regional, national and international importance.”
The Nasher Sculpture Center has named Dallas artist, curator, and activist Vicki Meek as the inaugural Nasher Fellow in Urban Historical Reclamation and Recognition.
The Joan Mitchell Foundation recently announced the twenty-four artists who will participate in the 2022 Artist-in-Residence program hosted at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans. . .San Antonio-based José Villalobos and Fort Worth-based Sedrick Huckaby are among the artists participating in this year’s residency.
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Letitia and Sedrick Huckaby make up one of the most prominent couples in the North Texas art scene. Their latest project: turning Sedrick’s grandmother’s house into a “living, breathing, moving work of art.”
Tyler Museum of Art curator Caleb Bell covers Natasha Bowdoin’s brand new publication Wild Eyed, which documents three major installations: Maneater at MASS MoCA (2018), Sideways to the Sun at the Moody Center for the Arts (2019), and In the Night Garden at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art (2020).
Wild Eyed is available now and can be purchased at Amon Carter and MASS MoCa stores, as well as Bowdoin’s website.