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Dennis Evans and Nancy Mee
Husband-and-wife artists Evans and Mee collaborate on the smart, lovely “Prospero’s Library." More...


George Tice
The urban landscape in decline may be an eyesore to most of us, but for George Tice the details of aging hometowns provide the source and inspiration for arresting black and white photographs. More...


Cemeteries, Airports and Churches
James Yood takes us through more of his favorite kinds of places that feed his aesthetic hunger. More...


David Hockney
David Hockney’s “Yosemite Suite” iPad drawings stress the invigorating and joyful experience of being in that most iconic of America’s natural environments. He translates his well known painterly skills successfully to digital media. More...


Home Land Security
"Home Land Security" at San Francisco's Presidio is the latest production of the FOR-SITE foundation. It's a compelling setting for an international selection of 18 artists who address the digital-age conflict between security and freedom. More...


William Cannings
William Cannings' sculptural forms are never as simple as they look, often suggestive of formalist minimalism, but referencing a wide range of associations. It's topped off with dazzling color that demands your eyes' attention. More...


Jeff Perrone
Jeff Perrone sews buttons onto Malian mud cloth in gridded compositions that depict and convey charged, difficult to decipher words. More...


Cannon Bernáldez
Documentation and context are key in Cannon Bernaldez' photography, which takes off from Mexico's violent drug cartel culture. More...


Amy Bennett
"Small Changes Every Day" is at once the title and the methodology of Amy Bennett's new paintings. She renders an invented landscape and the ensuing town that she has constructed on an eight-foot platform in her studio. More...


Cemeteries, Airports and Churches
James Yood takes us through more of his favorite kinds of places that feed his aesthetic hunger. More...


Megan Murphy
The bucolic landscape of Idaho is the main subject of Megan Murphy's unorthodox production method blending photography, drawing, painting and text. Images are lush, yet mostly in grayscale. More...


Christine Nofchissey McHorse
Christine Nofchissey McHorse brings traditions of her Dine and Tewa ancestry forward with elegant yet radical vessel forms. More...


George Tice
The urban landscape in decline may be an eyesore to most of us, but for George Tice the details of aging hometowns provide the source and inspiration for arresting black and white photographs. More...


Karla Klarin
San Fernando Valley native Karla Klarin has thrived artistically from the absence of a center and the banal aspects of L.A. The survey of paintings from the 1980s to the present shows her ability to focus on the grand ordinary as well overlooked corners of the city. More...


“Transported"
The four artists comprising "Transported" each travel widely to produce work that takes us to both the exotic and the local. More...


Ceramics at a Breakthrough Art Fair
The recent Seattle Art Fair was the best ever in this city in terms of both quality and attendance. Matthew Kangas sorts through the vein of ceramics, which represented a whole new generation of talent drawn to the medium. More...

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