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Hiroshi Yamano 
Much of Hiroshi Yamano’s reputation is based on variations of blown-glass vases decorated with fish. His new work mostly dispenses with a supporting bowl or vase in favor of pedestal-size tableaux that favor birds over fish. More...


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


Houghton Hall
Houghton Hall, located in Norfolk, England shares selections from Sir Robert Walpole's collection of Old Master paintings and decorative arts. More...


Klingbiel and Somers
Karl Klingbiel presents seemingly windblown abstract paintings; together with Marti Somers' collaged imagery immersed in encaustic. More...


Ron Weil and William Schwob
Nice pairing here. Ron Weil makes virtuosic drawings in powdered charcoal, achieving complex textural effects. William Schwob’s attenuated figures in wood-fired clay are spooky yet beautiful. More...


May Sun
May Sun’s installations and public art projects are research driven and site inspired. In humanizing the built environment her works advocate social justice and question outdated assumptions and values. More...


David Geiser
In “Oceanic," David Geiser's signature ultramarines appear in judicious patches, permitting a porousness that evokes sea sponges. More...


Honor the Wanderjahre
James Yood's real New Year is the start of the school year, and he serves a reminder of the special calling and challenge of choosing art. More...


Larry Kornegay and Bill Timmerman
Larry Kornegay and Bill Timmerman share an aesthetic of “do more with less” — Kornegay through found-object and cast concrete sculptures; Timmerman through modestly scaled, atmospheric black-and-white photographs. More...


Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation
What may have started as a simple task to check his ancestry, painter F. Scott Hess evolved into a gigantic, multifaceted departure presented to the public as "The Paternal Suit: Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation." More...


Houghton Hall
Houghton Hall, located in Norfolk, England shares selections from Sir Robert Walpole's collection of Old Master paintings and decorative arts. More...


Klingbiel and Somers
Karl Klingbiel presents seemingly windblown abstract paintings; together with Marti Somers' collaged imagery immersed in encaustic. 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...


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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