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Woven
“Woven: Connections and Meanings” explores a lineage of historically feminine craftsmanship, with textiles and weaving at their cores. More...


Currency as Art
Artists have been crying out about money and corruption for many years. David Rubin takes a look at some incisive examples. More...


Francesca Woodman
Francesca Woodman was born to art world royalty and attending an elite school when she took her life at age 22. This show validates her emerging originality and talent, while forcing reflection on her tragedy. More...


Marjorie Norman Schwarz
Marjorie Norman Schwarz's superb all over abstractions draw on images and colors extracted from deep within her mind’s eye. More...


Whitney Bedford
Whitney Bedford appropriates and reinterprets landscapes by artists such as Friedrich, Constable and Singer Sargent, presenting them as backgrounds. Monochromatic and close-up depictions of plant-life push the sources into the background. More...


Joe Sola
Joe Sola’s “I Drove to San Francisco and Back” is a digitized romp through tropes and tricks, but the star attraction is a VR experience. More...


Tess Mosko Scherer
Tess Mosko Scherer beckons us to consider the rich complexities of silence. She crumples paper, creating terrains of light and shadow. It is torn, soaked, peeled, and manipulated to signal the interplay of nature and nurture. More...


On Susan Sontag
Susan Sontag, established as one of the literary geniuses of her generation, had a vital but uneven relationship with the visual arts. More...


Árpád Forgó
Árpád Forgó's luminous shaped canvases shift color and shape as you move around them. Meticulous and modular, they mesmerize. More...


Laurits Andersen Ring
A retrospective of Danish painter Laurits Andersen Ring situates the artist between 19th century Romanticism and 20th century Modernism. More...


Laurits Andersen Ring
A retrospective of Danish painter Laurits Andersen Ring situates the artist between Romanticism and Modernism. Ring’s technique and subjects are very much of the 19th century, but we see how he adjusted to modern technology and aesthetic thinking. More...


The Rauschenberg Effect
Robert Rauschenberg's legion of young acolytes have been popping up steadily for years--decades really--and show no signs of abating. More...

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