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Fought and Pittman
David Fought's tabletop-scale sculptures of humble materials are paired with Stewart Pittman's simple abstractions that are not so simple. More...


Performance Art is Where Liberal Humanism Thrives
That stuff that's not really performance art is being called performance art, argues Lisa Wainwright, ignores the context of its emergence and direction over the last half century. It has from the start been an expression of the tradition of liberal humanism. More...


What I Didn’t Take Pictures of in Nepal
Leery of social media's trivializing effects he may be, but Richard Speer concedes that it has raised public awareness of the visual realm. On a recent stay in the Himalayas he found plenty of things to photograph and post, but also learned something about what not to photograph. More...


What I Didn’t Take Pictures of in Nepal
Leery of social media's trivializing effects he may be, but Richard Speer concedes that it has raised public awareness of the visual realm. On a recent stay in the Himalayas he found plenty of things to photograph and post, but also learned something about what not to photograph. More...


Painting for the Green New Deal
The final exhibition at the now defunct Pasadena Museum of California Art focused on a revision of the traditional landscape through the sensibilities of a selection of female artists. More...


Mayme Kratz
In Mayme Kratz' current exhibition politics intersects with plants and animals encountered during time spent at Bears Ears National Monument. More...


Deborah Boardman
"Painter &" reveals longtime Chicagoan Deborah Boardman to be an artist of spirituality, symbolism and vulnerability. More...

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