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“Divine Bodies”
"Divine Bodies: Sacred Imagery in Asian Art" informs us as to how Asian artists have for centuries blended spirituality, myth and formal beauty. More...


Larry Bell
Larry Bell's signature form for over half a century is the cube, and we get a whole bunch of them here. Their vacuum-coated surfaces set them apart from the beginning, reflecting color at the same time that they permit light to flood through. More...


Patti Warashina
Patti Warashina takes on issues ranging from social media obsession to political corruption, but injects whimsy and humor to leaven and lighten things. She does it all in highly stylized ceramic figures, which are at times abstract generalizations, at other times very specific. More...


David Hockney
David Hockney has been painting a whole lot of portrait over the last few years, and they are gathered into a guilty pleasure of an exhibition. More...


James Lumsden
The abstract vision of James Lumsden display a mature formalism that is also full of feeling. Consisting of numerous layers of pigment and gloss medium, many works bisect the canvas to effect a dynamic visual interaction. More...


Considering the Viewer
Often artists either fail to consider their viewers, or pointedly disregard them. Richard Speer explains the value of concern for the viewer. More...


Minerva Cuevas
A single immersive on site mural turns the table on corporate branding strategies. Minerva Cuevas draws on cartoon and animation graphics to tell a narrative of migration, surveillance and ominous danger. More...


Betsy Schneider
What are today's teens experiencing and thinking about themselves? Bet Schneider has photographed teens since 2012 in an effort to help us get inside their heads. More...


Joerael Elliot
Her floral imagery is appealing, but its natural beauty collides with the harsh mechanics of firearms in Joerael Elliot's show, "A Clip of Petals." More...


Ryan Burghard
Ryan Burghard focuses on traces of things we sense but cannot see. An impaled bumblebee, the charred imprint of an unseen flame, a chalk mark--all are in some way inspired by a Virginia Woolf short story. More...


Confessions of an Art Biographer (Pt I)
Matthew Kangas shares some of the insights, and pitfalls, he has gained as a writer over the years. More...


“Earthscapes: Contemporary Views of and from the Land”
Prolifically explored a subject as landscape has been for as long as that has been so, "Earthscapes" sets out to establish that artists continue to enrich it with new knowledge that enlarges the context in which it is interpreted. More...

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