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Kathy Jones
Kathy Jones paintings of standing, featureless figures posing in landscapes and interiors are all about color and implicit drama. More...


The Power of Mark Making
Recent exhibitions by Robin Mitchell and Robert Walker demonstrated the continued viability of obsessive mark making. The accumulated effect of such accumulations transfers a heightened state of consciousness from artist to viewer. More...


“Extracorporeal (Beyond the Body)”
“Extracorporeal (Beyond the Body),” celebrates the life and work of the late Ana Mendieta. Over 30 years after her untimely death she still inspires artists who use their own bodies in ways deeply indebted to their precursor. More...


Why Dennis Adrian Will be Missed
He was both loved and maligned. Dennis Adrian should be remembered as Chicago's best critic of his generation. More...


Tony DeLap
Timed with Tony DeLap's 90th year, this retrospective confirms his place as one of our most original minimalists. More...


“In Repose”
"In Repose" shows that artists' interpretation of the figure remains diverse and vital. The late Wade Reynolds provides the focal point. More...


Kim Schoenstadt
Particularly now, the values that a government building's architecture embodies are up for grabs. Kim Schoenstadt offers a cool but sharp eye in her abstract mash-ups of civic houses of power; not just Amerian, either. More...


Harald Szeemann
Harald Szeemann was one of the world's key curators in the 1960s and 70s, effectively launching a new era of artistic diversity. "Museum of Obsessions" reviews that career; "Grandfather: A Pioneer Like Us" recreates the apartment of Szeemann's grandfather, a hair stylist. More...


Two More Novels for Artists
Matthew Kangas offers another pair of novels that are a great read for all of us art types. More...


Lorser Feitelson
"Figure to Form" concisely traces Lorser Feitelson's long transition from New Classicism's response to European Surrealism to his "Magic Space Forms", a sensual version of hard edge abstraction. More...

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