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Site Specific Sanctuaries
Art as a site of secularized religious experience gains new practitioners in noteworthy recent projects springing up around Texas. More...


Julian Wasser: Duchamp in Pasadena Redux
The first American museum retrospective of Marcel Duchamp occurred not in New York but Pasadena in 2963. Photographer Juilian Wasser was there to document it, producing some of the most iconic images of the L.A. art scene of the period. More...


Jackson Pollock
"Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots" is the most significant and art historically important show at this museum in decades. More...


Moving Day
For the second time in seven year the Art Institute of Chicago has shuffled the presentation of its permanent collection, and it all works. More...


Tim Hawkinson and Patty Wickman
The married couple of Tim Hawkinson and Patty Wickman do not pair aesthetically. Wickman's paintings express a deeply felt spirituality. Hawkinson's mixed media works examine the corruptibility of the human body. Both impressively engage the eye and raise important questions to reflect on. More...


David Maisel
Taken in Spain, David Maisel's aerial photographs record irregular patterns of human activity with an emphasis on the sort of earth tones associated with "The Fall." Heavy equipment down there looks tiny and helps make the images more painterly and interesting. More...


Michael McMillen / Rebecca Campbell
Michael McMillen's meticulous models are worn yet unfettered. Rebecca Campbell paints non-nonsense portraits. More...


William LeGoullon
William LeGoullon's images of immaculately recorded bullets and bullet-riddled found objects lend poetic power to act after act of violence unleashed with a seemingly gratuitous sense of the joy of sheer destruction. The wantonness is repudiated by the beauty of the image. More...


Raphaëlle Goethals
The richly atmospheric encaustic and pigment paintings that comprise Raphaëlle Goethals "Echoes" are free, lyrical and quite disciplined. More...


Marty Schnapf
Marty Schnapf offers a cascade of eye sockets and other body parts emanate from abstract patterns in this dirty maximalism. More...


Superstructure
If we want a better country, a better world, and a better art world, how do we make art with human values in a culture glamorizing vapidity and excess? DeWitt Cheng reflects on how the role of art has evolved. More...

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