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The Smell of Paint
CalArts was originally Chouinard, and along with Otis College, observes Peter Clothier, these private art schools went through near simultaneous financial crises as the environment for cultural education went from free wheeling to something more corporate. More...


Mike Kelley
There was almost nothing that the late Mike Kelley was afraid to try and subject himself or his viewer's to. This massive retrospective is consistently confrontational, suggestive, offensive as well as politically charged. Perhaps the leading artist of his generation. More...


A Curatorial Triptych
Among curators, David S. Rubin is among those most regarded as devoted to artists. Here he sheds light on how the aesthetic thinking of artists comes to be reflected in his curatorial practice. More...


Martin Facey
Though versed in the varieties of current artistic expression, Martin Facey mostly sticks with the old-school religion of modernist abstraction. More...


Roberto Gil de Montes
Longtime L.A. resident Roberto Gil de Montes invokes memories of early childhood in Mexico--Orozco murals, the symbolism of the Pre-Columbian presence--through a deployed arsenal of visual symbols. More...


Keith Carter
Keith Carter’s new photographs from the series “Ghostland” are moody, mysterious and often as murky as the East Texas swamps where he grew up. More...


ArtScene Visual Radio presents
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Mike Kelley
There was almost nothing that the late Mike Kelley was afraid to try and subject himself or his viewer's to. This massive retrospective is consistently confrontational, suggestive, offensive as well as politically charged. Perhaps the leading artist of his generation. More...


Daniela Edburg
They at first appear to be lovely and prosaic, but Daniela Edburg's "Killing Time" photographs quickly take on a heavier, even ominous tone. More...


Paul Nudd
If distorted figuration is a special Chicago tradition, the "gross out" calibre paintings of Paul Nudd are the purist Chicago. More...


Suzanne Anker
Suzanne Anker's art encompasses biology and technology in radical ways to dazzle the eye and embrace unexpected consequences. More...


Mother of Northwest Art
The wife of Seattle's then most celebrated artist, art critic and curator, Margaret Bundy Callahan was a top flight writer in her own right--and possibly more. More...


William Ivey
The art of the late William Ivey, a classmate Diebenkorn and Lobdell, and student of Still and Rothko, is probably more discussed now than during his lifetime. Here's why. More...


Mother of Northwest Art
The wife of Seattle's then most celebrated artist, art critic and curator, Margaret Bundy Callahan was a top flight writer in her own right--and possibly more. More...


Mike Rea
Taking ordinary cuts of lumber Mike Rea constructs, more or less, a movie set made entirely of wood. More...

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