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Belkis Ayón
Belkis Ayon culls from the mythos of the Cuban Abakua secret society to draw universal connections with other religious symbolism. More...


Never Give a Inch
Ken Kesey's Stamper family stubbornness makes Bill Lasarow wonder why a third of the country acts as though we never had it so bad. More...


Duane Michals
Duane Michals is not your ordinary celebrity photographer even though cultural royalty stands central in his body of work. More...


Meleko Mokgosi
In “Objects of Desire: Reflections on the African Still Life” Meleko Mokgosi balances classical technique and conceptual rigor. How African bodies and culture have been depicted is critiqued through the lens of still life objects. More...


Whitney Bradshaw
Women are photographed in mid-scream and presented by Whitney Bradshaw in two vast grids that surrounds us with their voices. More...


Adrian Piper
In addition to being part of the first wave of conceptual art, Adrian Piper evolved to encompass interactive performance, making charged socio-political work, and intermittently creating poetic images and objects throughout. More...


Portland Evolves from Figure to Field
Visiting from Seattle, Matthew Kangas explores the unique virtues of Portland's current scene, starting with its one but singular major art museum, the popular Pearl District galleries, and the upstart Northeast district across the river. More...


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...

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