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Joerael Elliot
Her floral imagery is appealing, but its natural beauty collides with the harsh mechanics of firearms in Joerael Elliot's show, "A Clip of Petals." More...


Ryan Burghard
Ryan Burghard focuses on traces of things we sense but cannot see. An impaled bumblebee, the charred imprint of an unseen flame, a chalk mark--all are in some way inspired by a Virginia Woolf short story. More...


Confessions of an Art Biographer (Pt I)
Matthew Kangas shares some of the insights, and pitfalls, he has gained as a writer over the years. More...


“Earthscapes: Contemporary Views of and from the Land”
Prolifically explored a subject as landscape has been for as long as that has been so, "Earthscapes" sets out to establish that artists continue to enrich it with new knowledge that enlarges the context in which it is interpreted. More...


Catherine J. Davis
Catherine J. Davis documents the realities between the water and land of the U.S. Gulf Coast between Florida and Texas. More...


Julião Sarmento
Juliao Sarmento's recent crater prints evoke the Martian surface as revealed by the Curiosity Rover. More...


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Lies to Deceive, Lies to Reveal
Art is all about lies that "enables us to realize the truth." But then there are lies of deceit, which our culture today is wallowing in. More...


“Trump Card”
The artists of "Trump Card" make it more than an exercise of free expression. Their mockery and indictments ask that we see what is before our eyes. More...


Chadwick and Spector
Funhouse mirror versions of art historical portraits are painted by Laura Spector on Chadwick Gray's body, and then photographed. More...


Lawrence Gipe
"Another Cold Winter" is Lawrence Gipe's latest reflection on the visual rhetoric of the past, here the immediate post-war decade. The conjoined twins of beauty and tragedy echo an ambiguous present. More...


Otobong Nkanga
The geological earth is treated by Otobong Nkanga not romantically but as victimized by the human hand. She contemplates the distance between raw material and what it might become. More...


Is Death an Unfair Advantage?
Why is it that some artists of more or less equal talent are neglected and others praised and celebrated? Matthew Kangas explores a list to factors that go into an artist's historical reputation. More...


Francisco Moreno
"The Chapel" is the centerpiece work in Francisco Moreno's current show that immerses us in murals and history. More...

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