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John Boskovich
The late John Boskovich's home and studio is as much the subject of "Psycho Salon" as the art that inhabits it because the gallery recreates a part of that work space.... more
Ann Johnson
The topic of Ann Johnson's assemblages is the continuing reverberations of slavery, primarily through portraits of anonymous African Americans.... more
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Thursday, 21 November, 2019
Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts
Reception: 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Holiday Sale
November 21 - November 28



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Our Bodies, Our Art Margaret Hawkins reflects on two recent shows, of Eleanor Antin and Rebecca Belmore, that draw from and expand on key th... 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 a... more

Turning Guns into Art David S. Rubin shows how a number of artists are making creative and effective statements on the issue of gun control in... more


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

Tomas Ochoa
The environment, race and the southern border are among the themes expressed in monochromatic paintings and rooted in pe... more

“Altered States”
The four artists featured in "Altered States" reflect upon the morbid beauty of our civilization's effort to fulfill doo... more

 
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