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Joseph Goldberg
Joseph Goldberg's deceptively simple oil-and-wax paintings possess unique topographies within their jagged edges. More...


Virginia Wright (Pt 1)
Virginia Wright, with her late husband Bagley, was among Seattle's top art patrons for decades. Matthew Kangas offers the first of a two-part profile. More...


Dani Tull
This romp of an exhibition by Dani Tull connects up all kinds of unrelated metaphors for developing consciousness. More...


Virginia Wright (Pt 1)
Virginia Wright, with her late husband Bagley, was among Seattle's top art patrons for decades. Matthew Kangas offers the first of a two-part profile. More...


Axle Contemporary
Axle Contemporary has been a pop up gallery on wheels for five years. This survey brings them indoors, displaying the rich variety that over 150 artists have squeezed into the truck. More...


When Actions Speak Louder Than Art
Mel Chin has earned a much deserved reputation and a recent retrospective for his brilliant conceptualism. But, says David S. Rubin, Chin's projects extend beyond this to serve the greater good without missing an aesthetic beat. More...


Robert Williams
Recent paintings and sculpture by Robert Williams feature the rich, convoluted psychedelia and outside the box thought process we are all familiar with. Highlights from Juxtapoz, the mag he co-founded twenty years ago, enrich the mix. More...


“Feminism Today”
Connections to empowerment, equality and other themes of significance to women are subtle but quite discernible in this group of 13 Arizona-based artists gathered to asses "Feminism Today." More...


Walter Quirt
At one time Walter Quirt was a "painter to watch" alongside Jackson Pollock. A relocation to teach in Michigan removed him from the historical stage, but this exhibition shows him to be a fresh and complex voice, a well deserved re-discovery. More...


Dani Tull
This romp of an exhibition by Dani Tull connects up all kinds of unrelated metaphors for developing consciousness. More...


Joe Rudko
Joe Rudko's meticulously constructed collages destroy and reconfigure photographs in ingenious, seemingly inexhaustible inventions. More...


Lucinda Cobley and Michael Crowder
Both Lucinda Cobley and Michael Crowder use white extensively, along with glass and shadows. So how does this exhibition end up being titled "Gray Area"? More...

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