Bisa Butler: A Jubilation of Candy-Colored Quilts
Bisa Butler calls them Kool-Aid colors. She’s speaking of her bright palette, not a tray of paint but a wonderland of cloth. From these materials, she renders larger-than-life portraits of Black Americans. ... more
Uncloseted: Historic Gay artists of Washington State
The book in the wake of the recently closed “The Lavender Palette” uncovers a wealth of valuable new material. ... more

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My Battle against the ‘P-word’ Most of us have at least one word or phrase that we hate — a word that rankles, that grates in such a way that we ... more

Grant Wood's Secret Like the myth of Main Street U.S.A., the closeted Grant Wood hid behind his own myth as an exemplar of traditional agrar... more

Bradford Salamon For Bradford Salamon the pandemic lockdown led to intense self-reflection. His interest has gravitated towards women's f... more

Kelsey Brookes’ Science-based Art
Form microbiologist Kelsey Brookes uses science-based systems as the conceptual base for his wildly charged abstractions... more

Pandemic Solutions
JD Beltran surveys a cross section of how the arts have adopted to pandemic conditions. Both institutions and artists ha... more

Christian Marclay
In a selection of five collages and nine digital prints Christian Marclay constructs extremes of emotion built bit by bi... more

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