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Auguste Rodin
When Auguste Rodin drew on paper his powerful hands carved form in space as if manipulating pliant clay or obdurate stone. More...


A Tale of Two Art Sites
Between the recently opened Ed Paschke Art Center and the much ballyhooed Lucas Museum of Narrative of Art to be opened in four years, which do you suppose tells us more about Chicago? More...


Ross Palmer Beecher
Ross Palmer Beecher's cut-and-woven recycled metal quilts are an utterly unique amalgam of folk art, Pop Art and social-political art. More...


Alan Sekula
"Ship of Fools," Alan Sekula's last series, are maritime images of docked ships and dockworkers that reflect themes of labor, transport and globalization. More...


Ross Palmer Beecher
Ross Palmer Beecher's cut-and-woven recycled metal quilts are an utterly unique amalgam of folk art, Pop Art and social-political art. More...


Abigail McLaurin
Family scenes based on period snapshots from the immediate post-WW II era provide ample source material for Abigail McLaurin's energetic canvas that combine rawness and precise detail. More...


Christopher Benson
Paintings quiet interiors and desolate street scenes by Christopher Benson squeeze out narrative and expression in favor of crisp, clear formalism. More...


Auguste Rodin
When Auguste Rodin drew on paper his powerful hands carved form in space as if manipulating pliant clay or obdurate stone. More...


The New Interactivity
Influenced by rapidly evolving digital technologies, many artists have become attracted to new interactive possibilities. More...


The Magic Circle of Profound Enchantment
Art collecting, writes Matthew Kangas, has inspired a wide variety of explanations about its nature. Here are some of the most interesting. More...


Nancy Popp
Nancy Popp scales walls or climbs poles, cascading her body up, down and across architectural spaces. Her movement is recorded through video and photographs that are tied to the structures tracing the paths of her journey. More...

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