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Midterms -- Where Will You Be?
The midterm elections this year reflected a key moment in the current perilous zeitgeist. DeWitt Cheng reflects on art's place in it. More...


Project Blue Boy
Project Blue Boy constitutes an unusual blend of rather unique if not standard performance art and public engagement. More...


“Natural Persuasion”
“Natural Persuasion” brings together two photographers with a penchant for documenting an unusual subject — the impact of renewable energy industries on the landscape. More...


John Fraser
John Fraser works with mixed media and found objects to create abstract constructions, 27 of which comprise this exhibition. More...


Joe Mancuso
Joe Mancuso remains consistent in his sensibilities and methodical in his execution. For more than a decade, he has been re-examining and reworking the same concepts and themes, but each work of art is distinctive and fresh. More...


Chicago Pop Redux
Pop art, Chicago style, appears back in vogue, back perhaps due to its seriously screwball renditions of the human condition. More...


Frohawk Two Feathers
Frengland is a fictional colonial empire, and it serves as the aesthetic foundation for the art of Umar Rashid, aka Frohawk Two Features. More...


Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky's large scale aerial photographs are spectacular. Viewing the painterly pattens of landscape seen from afar is pure eye candy, but the effects of human development that often abuses that same landscape has a powerful effect on our moral conscience. More...


Matthew Mullins
The patterns and textures of New Mexico's landscape serve as the taking off point for Matthew Mullins, who is constantly looking for connections. More...


Jenny Heishman
Jenny Heishman does not exhibit a large number of works, but the "rugs" here are surprisingly composed from pulped paper, one corner curled up. They may strike us as unprepossessing at first, but reward staying with them. More...


Frank Sampson
Now in his 90s, Frank Sampson remains a vital force. His recent allegorical paintings are emotionally and formally complex. More...


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“Group Therapy”
Outlandish pseudoscience of the 19th century informs the artists included in "Group Therapy', who use it to make more serious points. More...


Michael Viglietta
Text is prevalent in Michael Miglietta's imagery, but it serves to have us consider our own mental and emotional landscapes. More...

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