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Monroe Hodder
Monroe Hodder's painting revels in the circus, the carnival, the funhouse. It's a Ronald McDonald fantasia of a childhood idyll. More...


Phil Dike
Watercolor specialist Phil Dike, born in 1906, spent his career observing and responding to the parade of early modernist movements from the reserve of Southern California. He produced an irrepressible, deeply emotive body of work. More...


“Basquiat and The Artist Next Door”
If billionaires can wheel and deal in cattle futures, crude oil, shipping, technology, and defense contracting, why not in art? More...


“Basquiat and The Artist Next Door”
If billionaires can wheel and deal in cattle futures, crude oil, shipping, technology, and defense contracting, why not in art? More...


Silvie Deutsch and Justin Favela
Silvie Deutsch’s installation "62 Miles of Girl Talk" remaps the gallery space with that many miles of pale plastic line and the physical labor of construction, in this case creating a unique harp of pale plastic lines stretching from wall to ceiling. More...


Paul Komada
Paul Komada spent well over a year more than memorializing the Alaskan Way viaduct, scheduled to be demolished next year. More...


Paul Allen’s Emerging Vision for Seattle
Paul Allen is only the latest major civic-minded donor to Seattle's cultural maturation, but he may be exerting the most impact. He has he backed the Seattle Art Fair and added his museum, Pivot: Art+Culture to the South Lake Union neighborhood; and it seems he is just getting started. More...


John Baldessari
"Eight Colorful Inside Jobs" is a serial transcription of one of John Baldessari's best known early projects, "Six Colorful Inside Jobs." More...


Benny Fountain
Benny Fountain produces seemingly infinite permutations on a repeated theme of still-lifes and domestic scenes drawn from memory. More...


Ray Carofano
The Los Angeles River is both subject and stage for photographer Ray Carofano. He finds concrete beauty and uses his knowledge of light to present the built channel into a personal diary of urban fascination. More...

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