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John Armleder
When John Armleder explores an idea he takes a deep dive, as he does hear. The subject is a splash, as in water, and Armleder quotes a variety of styles towards a very different aesthetic purpose. More...


Shizu Saldamando
Shizu Saldamando's world is a place where human experience is rich and varied, and people aren’t defined by what surrounds them. More...


Eleanor Coen’s Pioneering Fresco
Lisa Wainwright's accidental discovery of Chicago artist Eleanor Coen's fresco in Mexico cast fresh light on her early career. More...


Eleanor Coen’s Pioneering Fresco
Lisa Wainwright's accidental discovery of Chicago artist Eleanor Coen's fresco in Mexico cast fresh light on her early career. More...


From Gay Art to Queer Art in the Pacific Northwest (Part I)
The Pacific Northwest was the only region in the country in the 20th century where an entire art movement was founded exclusively by homosexuals. The so-called Northwest School's four major figures were Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Guy Irving Anderson and Kenneth Callahan. More...


Bradford Salamon
Bradford Salamon paints in fine detail and with vibrant color to make the most banal objects take on unique identities in "Retro Mania." The attention to formal detail pays off with a visually harmonic flow. More...


Benny Fountain
There is an unlikely chemistry between geometric abstraction and nostalgia in Benny Fountain's new "window room" paintings. More...


Claude Monet
Why another Claude Monet exhibition? "Monet: The Late Years" solidifies the case that Monet introduced bold innovations during his final decade following a break from painting due to the deaths of his wife and son. More...


"Sin Fronteras"
The artists featured in "Sin Fronteras" - Patrick McGrath Muniz, Nicholas Herrera and Tomas Vigil, bring historic Catholic imagery into the present. More...


To Swoon, Perchance to Dream
Richard Speer takes a close-up look at the zone separating carnal from spiritual ecstasy in some exceptional artworks. More...

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