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Bill Braun
What looks like cute little paper cut-out folk collages by Bill Braun are in fact meticulously rendered paintings that creates palpable tension between the physical and the conceptual. More...


For Whom I Write
In his continuing commentary of Irving Sandler's 14 questions, DeWitt Cheng suggests who writers write for is less important than what should fairly be expected of the reader. More...


James Ensor
James Ensor had two brilliant careers, first as an avant-garde Realist and then as a forerunner of modern Expressionism. More...


Lucy + Jorge Orta
Lucy and Jorge Orta's collaborative projects encompass design, architecture, couture and a research organization. More...


Remembering China (Part 1)
Mathew Kangas' visit to China 22 years ago let a lasting impression both for the centerpiece Kazuaki Kita exhibition and the surrounding diplomacy. More...


"Made in L.A."
"Made in L.A." is the Hammer Museum's biennial nod to what is hot, new, trendy and not to be missed in Los Angeles. Strong threads of personal vulnerability inform the often obsessive work here. More...


Jeremy Thomas
Jeremy Thomas’ new sculpture is for the proletariat: the collection of works make for an upbeat collection of industry meets art. More...


Ilona Pachler
Two major events, both floods of historic proportions, anchor Ilona Pachler's look at memory's fleeting nature. More...


Bill Braun
What looks like cute little paper cut-out folk collages by Bill Braun are in fact meticulously rendered paintings that creates palpable tension between the physical and the conceptual. More...


James Ensor
James Ensor had two brilliant careers, first as an avant-garde Realist and then as a forerunner of modern Expressionism. More...


For Whom I Write
In his continuing commentary of Irving Sandler's 14 questions, DeWitt Cheng suggests who writers write for is less important than what should fairly be expected of the reader. More...

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