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Brian Sanchez and Neon Saltwater, “Energy Drink”
Brian Sanchez and Neon Saltwater collaborate on the immersive installation "Energy Drink," an extravaganza of light and color that is a domestic and hallucinatory fun house. More...


Jacques Garnier
Jacques Garnier has a passion for architecture, art history and poetry that shapes a series of striking black and white photographs. More...


Rebecca Campbell, “Infinite Density, Infinite Light”
The cosmic and the commonplace, the familiar and the frightening condense and expand in powerful, narratives. More...


Maggie Crowley and Joanne Aono
In their respective exhibitions Maggie Crowley and Joanne Aono address the dignity of work and the relative invisibility of so many laborers. More...


Dylan McLaughlin
Working in a multiplicity of media, Dylan McLaughin examines the resonant effect of industry and colonialism. More...


Division of Labor: Women Shifting a Transnational Gaze
In "Division of Labor" Gabriela Muñoz and M. Jenea Sanchez collaborate with Latinx women from the DouglaPrieta Trabajan self-help partnership to illuminate women's inherent worth. More...


Martha Alf
David S. Rubin revisits the contributions of Martha Alf through a small but carefully curated cross section of works. More...


Neal Ambrose-Smith
Narrative works bye Neal Ambrose-Smith rearrange iconic symbols and tell a story without a clear beginning or end. More...


Patrick Medrano: The Great Decline
Patrick Medrano's embellished paintings, constructions, and assemblages express emotions familiar to Covid survivors. More...


The MCA Blows It
Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art drew fire for claiming the mantle of diversity and staff support, while laying workers off and failing to practice much of the diversity it was preaching. More...


A Grid to Build a Dream On: Avantika Bawa’s “Constructing Darkness”
Avantika Bawa's scaffolds are grids to build dreams on, a promise toward the progression of a plan, a construct towards a new, post-Covid reality. More...


Nasher Mixtape
The idea for "Nasher Mixtape" comes from a widespread practice that began in the ’80’s, of recording a list of songs on a cassette tape. More...


Robert Irwin
Robert Irwin has worked extensively with fluorescent light fixtures recently, but this may be the first time anyone has not bothered to plug the lights in. The Old Master of Light and Space makes it all work. More...


Natalie Niblack
With her series of pointedly satirical ceramic portraits Natalie Niblack has established herself as an elite comic interpreters of the Age of Trump. More...


Yasuyo Maruyama: Mind's Eye
Yasuyo Maruyama's Beverly cropped face in extreme close-up combine exceptional formal discipline with evocative expression. More...


Tod Bailey
Tod Bailey's brand of figuration possesses a sense of urgency that exudes exceptional emotional and sexual energy. More...


Indigenous Artists Elucidate the Trump Era
Indigenous artists have, over the last two decades, been visualizing the factors that helped to make the last four years possible. More...

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