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“2017 California-Pacific Triennial”
The 25 artists included in the "2017 California-Pacific Triennial" were selected in part for their response to the notion of a permanent built environment and their personal connections to architecture. More...


“Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now”
A selection of "Lines of Thought," sketches by historical masters from the collection of the British Museum, take us on a zig-zag journey across five centuries. More...


“Monet’s Etretat”
Claude Monet's pair of ethereal paintings of the cliffs at the north coastal town of Etretat are paired with those of William Henry Lippincott and George Inness. It is an opportunity to examine the influence of the master of French Impressionism on American contemporaries. More...


Jessica Hess
Realist vision and photorealist technique meet in Jessica Hess' slices of architectural life in urban America. More...


Kimberly Brooks
Kimberly Brooks takes her painting in a new direction that she describes as "Brazen", allowing her brush to wander where it will. More...


“The Myths and Meanings of Tramp Art”
The label "tramp art," first invoked in a 1959 magazine article, implies transience. "No Idle Hands" tells a different story. More...


Jayna Zweiman
Zweiman is a co-originator of the Pussyhat Project, and she again blends craft and activism with the "Welcome Blanket." Contributors world-wide are making blankets for refugees, Zweiman amassing them to match the length of the supposed border wall: 1900 miles. More...


Robert Grosvenor
Sculptures from multiple points of Robert Grosvenor's career juxtapose and aesthetically balance the use of offbeat materials. More...


The Kangas Six
The third Seattle Art Fair drew a large and diverse audience. Matthew Kangas discusses a half dozen artists who stood out for their ability to absorb and connect multiple genres to bring together memorable ideas with ambitious studio practice. More...


Chad Hasegawa
Chad Hasegawa is a street artist whose current easel paintings are about their survival in the harsh conditions the murals must put up with. More...


Carlos Almaraz
Carlos Almaraz dies prematurely, but the vibrancy of this retrospective convinces the key role he played in elevating the ambitions of the L.A. Chicano movement of the 1970s and 80s. More...


Dont Fret
Dont Fret is a street artist who brings the same spontaneity and questioning of convictions to the work in this gallery exhibit. More...


Sebastiao Salgado
Globep-trotting photographer Sabastiao Salgado’s work sits in a space between art, documentary and photo-journalism. In his images we feel the basic elements of earth's beginnings. More...


Einar and Jamex de la Torre
Brothers Einar and Jamex de la Torre's garish glass sculptures should be a kitschy mess. Yet they are over-the-top good. More...

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