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“Casa Tomada”
The title translates as "House Taken Over" for this group show centered on the subject of occupation. Setting that aside, this is about as diverse a use of media and geographical distribution as anything you care to imagine. More...


Can Photographs Tell the Truth Anymore?
We have grown accustomed to the ease with which pixels may be twisted: parts removed or replaced, only to be invisibly sutured back together into something diabolically different. Maria Porges notes that this new normal has artists pushing back to uncover a new veracity. More...


“Selected Affinities”
"Selected Affinities" is a small group shows built around the late Allan Sekula, particularly his "Fish Story" series that splits the difference between documentary and conceptual photography. More...


James Turell
Four of James Turrell's "Glass" works are portals, not just light and color saturated shapes, that cloak us in veils of colored mist. More...


Engaging with Immersive Art
Noting the recent growth in popularity of immersive art, David S. Rubin finds a focused individual experience to be a key measure of success. More...


Engaging with Immersive Art
Noting the recent growth in popularity of immersive art, David S. Rubin finds a focused individual experience to be a key measure of success. More...


Jay DeFeo
Dualities of flat and illusory space, thick and thin brushwork and vigorously handled against untouched surfaces are, in the hands of Jay DeFeo, rich with possibility and convincing for their authority. More...


The Quandary of Content
When you look at a painting, do you see a succession of pleasing forms or a probing inquiry into the human condition? More...


The Quandary of Content
When you look at a painting, do you see a succession of pleasing forms or a probing inquiry into the human condition? More...

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