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Trey Egan
Musical melodies and tonal mood permeate Trey Egan's vibrant paintings. Abstract and dreamlike, this is a visually charged exhibition that constantly moves and titillates the eye. 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...


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...


Tom Orr
Tom Orr is a careful observer of spacial relationships who delights in manipulating our perception, in this case of lines and waterfalls. More...


John Belingheri
John Belingheri's unplanned approach to painting reminds us that no program is necessary to attract and hold our gaze. Impulse and imagination rule here. More...


Stephen Wilkes
In “Day to Night,” Stephen Wilkes offers a series of breathtaking panoramic photographs that fool us into thinking the crowded locales capture a single improbable moment in time. Nothing could be further from the truth. More...


Rufino Tamayo
Rufino Tamayo's Mixografia prints translate his iconic modernist images so as to retain the surface richness of his painting. More...


Our Bodies, Our Art
That women's bodies are the subject of museum attention is hardly news. But Margaret Hawkins finds two recent shows, of Eleanor Antin's "Carving" and "Time Arrow" photographs and Rebecca Belmore's "Vigil" performances, that draw from and expand on key themes of modern feminism. More...


Polly Apfelbaum
Polly Apfelbaum works with a remarkably complex structure of woodblock prints that are constantly rearranged in an electric aesthetic. More...


Dorothy Hood
The large scale of Dorothy Hood's paintings is noteworthy given that she was doing it nearly a half century ago. That her color field abstraction was inspired by such a variety of sources made for paintings that are as conceptual rich as they are visually imposing. More...


Angela Faris Belt and Collin Parson
What began as a hard drive crash that distorted thousands of her images, Angela Faros Belt reconstructs into brilliantly flawed mashups. Collin Pason has his own approach to distortion in selective black wall sculptures. More...


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


Tomas Ochoa
The environment, race and the southern border are among the themes expressed in monochromatic paintings and rooted in personal experience. More...


The Beauty/Truth Problem
James Tissot forsook the family business, resulting in his father cutting him off, in favor of pursuing a career as an artist. That career took off, to the chagrin of his father but to the benefit of a legion of collectors and fans. More...


Gina Adams
Gina Adams’ visceral, multilayered mixed media works reflect an artist coming to terms with the harm done to her Native American ancestors. More...

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