DeWitt Cheng sees the coverage of the recent smashing of a Han Dynasty vase decorated by Ai Weiwei as signifying the dis... more
A new biography restores Seattle dealer Zoe Dusanne as a key player in the Pacific Northwest post-war art scene. She was... more
“Abstraction and the Once-Silenced Shout”
It is helpful to recall the politically charged history of modern abstract art. The very idea that the political right a... more
The sound of one of Zimoun’s installations is the multitude of many identical noises such at raindrops ... more
Alice Aycock's extensive body of conceptual drawings is sampled in “Some Stories are Worth Repeating.&rd... more
C. L. Utley
Playful and mysterious, C.L. Utley's paintings reveal worlds with completely persuasive yet wildly irrational images.... more
"Tea and Morphine: Women in Paris, 1880 to 1914"
A quote from Flaubert's “Madame Bovary” reads: “She wanted to die, but she also wanted to live in Pari... more
"Self(i.e.) Portraits" explores new meanings of self image wrought by social media and the rise of the selfie.... more
Three Fragments of a Lost Tale from John Frame on Vimeo.