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Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz
The inspiration for “The Merry-Go-World or Begat by Chance and the Wonder Horse Trigger” came after Nancy Reddin Kienholz encountered a poor woman asking her for money in 1983 in Juarez, Mexico. It triggered feelings of shame that, a decade later, manifested as this carnival carousel that is so much more. More...


Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz
The inspiration for “The Merry-Go-World or Begat by Chance” came after Nancy Kienholz encountered a poor woman asking her for money. More...


King County Earthworks: 40 Years On
Matthew Kangas revisits the emergence of earthworks, particularly Robert Morris' contributions to Seattle's 1979 King County land reclamation-as-art project, "Earthworks," that anticipated our more environmentally informed era. More...


Christopher Mir
Christopher Mir derives his distinctive archetypal vocabulary of schooners and disembodied arms from magazines, online images and other sources, elaborating them into collages. They consistently arrive at a tone that is evocative, enigmatic and haunting. More...


Florine Démosthène
The collaged and painted figures conjured by Florine Demosthene are presented against empty grounds that makes their dramatic gestures even more so. More...


Takahiko Hayashi
The wabi-sabi aesthetic is central to Takahiko Hayashi's exhibition of seemingly weathered works on paper, "Vibes in the Lines." More...


Danaë, Siberia, and the Shower of Gold
On a recent trip through Russia Richard Speer made his way from the refined cultural treasures and auric downpour encountered at the Hermitage to the golden autumn of the Siberian east. The place is all about the contrast of vast spaces and crumbling drabness punctuated by moments of the utmost opulence. More...


Danaë, Siberia, and the Shower of Gold
On a recent trip through Russia Richard Speer made his way from the refined cultural treasures and auric downpour encountered at the Hermitage to the golden autumn of the Siberian east. The place is all about the contrast of vast spaces and crumbling drabness punctuated by moments of the utmost opulence. More...


Philip Guston
As it turns out, Philip Guston, a quintessential artist’s artist is just as much of a cartoonist’s cartoonist. More...


John Boskovich
The late John Boskovich's home and studio is as much the subject of "Psycho Salon" as the art that inhabits it because the gallery recreates a part of that work space. More...


Ann Johnson
The topic of Ann Johnson's assemblages is the continuing reverberations of slavery, primarily through portraits of anonymous African Americans. More...


Dornith Doherty
In "Atlas of the Invisible" Dornith Doherty arranged and photographs arrangements of bird feathers that initially read as beautifully rendered drawings. More...

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