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Lezley Saar
Three series completed over the last five years put Lezley Saar's ability to convey human dignity and build visionary narratives on full display. More...


Gustave Baumann
Gustave Baumann settled in Taos after WWI. His woodblock prints were some of the best early depictions of the southwestern landscape. More...


“There is No Alas Where I Live”
The title of this show of nine contemporary Bay Area photographers, “There is No Alas Where I Live,” is taken from Theodore Roethke’s 1951 poem, “I Need, I Need”: “Whisper me over, / Why don’t you, begonia, / There’s no alas / Where I live.” More...


Gennaro Garcia
Phoenix artist Gennaro Garcia's vibrant mixed media paintings are a celebration of Mexico through a street art sensibility. More...


“Art of Devotion”
A selection of historical devotional objects are explicitly religious, historical and political themes permeate throughout. More...


Wu Bin
Among the most prestigious of a Chinese scholar’s personal assets, Lingbi stones are naturally formed rocks prized by scholars and collectors alike. Wu Bin’s famous 178th century handscroll, titled "Ten Views of a Lingbi Stone" is the centerpiece of a visual dialogue between the ephemeral and the eternal. More...


“The Wyeths: Three Generations”
Andrew Wyeth is the central figure of a family survey in which his father N.C. and son Jamie are effectively the bookends. More...


Richard Morhous
Early modernist models infuse Richard Morhous' 21st century approach to brilliantly colored and fragmented landscape painting. Morhouse make individual brush marks count, and his hovering abstractions of light and color are a revelation. More...


“UnDocumenta"
“UnDocumenta" includes the work of six Mexican, Latino and American artists who wrestle with issues of immigration and the border, biculturalism, migration, labor issues and human rights More...


“Myth & Mirage”
Spanish Colonial Revival (SCR) architecture in its early 20th century heyday aspired to endow the future Golden State with a ready-made fabricated history that would hide from view the grubby details of Spanish and American frontier conquest. More...


Ichiro Irie
One large scale black marker drawing of an auto junkyard makes Ichiro Irie's exhibition a must see. And knowing that the marker will gradually fade over time only adds deftness to the stunt that this will become his own erased drawing. More...


Sarah Williams
Night and isolated dwellings are the subject of Sarah Williams' paintings, which are both comfortably familiar and eerie. More...


“Visual Voyages”
"Visual Voyages: Images of Latin American Nature from Columbus to Darwin" lends insight into how Europeans viewed the New World. More...


Rachel Hellmann
Rachel Hellmann presents two distinct bodies of "Sculptural Paintings" and "Paintings on Paper", both emphasizing pattern and hard edge. More...


Sarah Charlesworth
Seductive and intriguing, Sarah Charlesworth's photographic appropriation of existing imagery possess a magetism far exceeding their origin. More...


Sam Messenger
Sam Messenger's networks of veils float like fishing nets or polyhedral domes, forming white membranes against dark grounds Structure and set procedures collaborate with chance and irregularity. More...


Nancy O’Connor
Nancy O'Connor met Milam Thompson more than 30 years ago, and the ranch hand's story and spirit has infused her art ever since. More...


Candida Höfer
Candida Höfer is a former student of Bernd and Hilla Becher, and these color photographs of empty architectural spaces certify that pedigree. The grand institutional spaces we see exult in their own grandiosity while questioning the limits of their cultural relevance. More...


Sheila Pepe: Hot Mess Formalism
The boundary-pushing fiber to chainmaille installations of Sheila Pepe take over gallery spaces like vines take over a jungle. More...


Jason Siegel and Keith D'Angelo
Jason Siegel and Keith D’Angelo recognize the polarzing reality of America's gun culture, so they unflinchingly confront the imagery associated it. Their photographs and sculptures portray near exact replicas of guns and other tools of warfare. More...

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