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Enrique Martinez Celaya
His exhibition title, "The Tears of Things," Enrigue Martinez Celaya tells us, is a line extracted from Virgil's "The Aeneid." The bronze sculpture that opens the show features water pumped fountain-like from the figure's eyes. More...


Gladys Nilsson
The female figure, in the hands of Gladys Nilsson, undulates with distorted scale and physicality that overwhelms a cast of Lilliputian men. More...


Luis Gonzalez Palma
Complex interior and exterior worlds collide with Luis González Palma. Steering between portraiture and abstractions created using various photographic methods, he masterfully combines the romantic and the mysterious. More...


“Groping in the Dark”
Curator Alex Young has gathered eclectic meditations on the horrifying extent to which human bodies have been colonized by chemical culture. More...


Nari Ward
Nari Ward's powerful and poignant sculptures address a widerange of politically charged subjects. More...


AIDS Art to Queer Art in the Northwest
Matthew Kangas examines the subtle but distinct transition from art in the age of AIDS to contemporary Queer Art. More...


AIDS Art to Queer Art in the Northwest
Matthew Kangas examines the subtle but distinct transition from art in the age of AIDS to contemporary Queer Art. More...


Cate White Exposes Her Truth
Cate White's art reflects a lived reality, picturing Oakland from a unique perspective. More...


Glenstone v. Photography
No fan of art selfies, Richard Speer found that Maryland's Glenstone Museum no-photography policy gets it wrong. More...


Reuben Wu
The basis of Reuben Wu’s archival pigment prints is traditional and expertly executed landscape photography. The pure awesomeness of geography is favored over notions of place, with the key addition of light carrying drones that add geometric shapes in and around the landscape subjects. More...


Cody Trepte
Cody Trepte's installation, "By Any Possibility," evades categorization, drawing as it does from the conceptual and the visceral. More...

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