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“Intimate Horizons”
Claire Ashley and Bahar Yurukoglu’s "Intimate Horizons" is a visually dynamic and architecturally responsive installation full of huge inflatables, video projections and colorful abstract forms that are beautifully scaled and positioned. More...


How to Activate a Storefront Window
Storefront window art installations at Artpace in San Antonio have often ambitiously pushed beyond merely using the space as a storefront display case. David S. Rubin cites several examples that stand out. More...


Richard Misrach and Kate Orff
In "Petrochemical America" Richard Misrach and Kate Orff reveal, through a series of large scale photographs and elegantly designed visual narratives, the insidious grip of the petrochemical industry. More...


Rough and Ready
"Rough and Ready" is a four artist show geared to youthful Goth sensibilities, as well as their elder grognards of the Beat persuasion. More...


Wendy Given
Gaelic motifs meet the Columbia River Gorge. Decay and death permeate Wendy Given's deceptively gorgeous body of wok. More...


Judith Kruger
Judith Kruger brings a different kind of Asian aesthetic influence into the layered surfaces of her distinctively colored paintings, the nihonga tradition of mineral pigments. More...


Paul Metivier
In an uneven mix of works, Paul Metivier does show a particular affinity for symbolic, socially rooted subject matter. More...


Jason Middlebrook
In "There is a map in every tree" Jason Middlebrook beautifully integrates intricate line work with the grain of wood planks. But he then abandons the wood for stained glass with as yet unconvincing results. More...


Buster Simpson: Surveyor
Buster Simpson's unwieldy and environmentally informed sculpture and performance is at its best outside the museum galleries, but consistently exhilarating. More...


Guide for the Art-Perplexed
In his short, readable essays, John Seed shows that thoughtful opinions and common sense still have a vital role in art discourse. More...


It May Be Easy … But Choose Wisely
Has the internet been good or bad for art criticism? In his latest reflection on Irving Sandler's 14 questions, DeWitt Cheng sees that behind the silver lining does lie a cloud. More...


Melanie Willhide and Klea McKenna
Melanie Willhide infects images of women and flowers with digital irregularities. Klea McKenna records raindrops and palm fronds. More...


Remembering China (Part 2)
The second part of Matthew Kangas account of his 1992 participation in a Beijing exhibition that helped establish friendly cultural relations between China and Japan. More...


Giuseppe Penone
Trees fascinate Giuseppe Penone: their form, growth and decay. He projects our being into theirs through sculpture and other media. More...

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