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David Beck
This survey of David Beck's mostly small, always intricately detailed and imaginatively rich works is riveting. If the model of the Enlightenment era wunderkabinett has earned fresh fascination over the last couple of decades, Beck may be one of its finest exemplars. More...


Natasha Bowdoin
“Seedling” is the latest iteration of an expansive installation of shaped panels that depict nature run amok with floral elements. More...


Still a White People’s Place?
On a recent visit to the headline exhibition at San Francisco's Museum of the African Diaspora, Maria Porges noticed how the predominantly African American audience stood in stark contrast with the overwhelmingly white audience you see at most museums. But there may be signs that diversity is taking hold. More...


“Seattle Style: Form/Function”
Fashion means something in Seattle, mainly for sportswear, and bringing function and couture into a heady mix of high and low aesthetics. More...


Configuring Language
David S. Rubin explains how two recent exhibitions, one featuring Allen. Ruppersberg, the other featuring Mel Bochner show how text-based art can be engaging and lively rather than a tedium to get through. More...


“Dilexi Gallery: Early Years”
Techno-nostalgia is a real thing these days, and this show revisiting the 50s-era Dilexi Gallery, one of several to come, implies that a fresh look at those then rebellious avant gardists is the art world's very timely equivalent. More...


Suzette Mouchaty: Nudies in the Cube‚Ä®
Strange and colorful sea creatures inhabit a gallery rather than the ocean, thanks to Suzette Mouchaty’s fascination with nudibranchs. More...

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