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Rachel Bess
If her subjects are decidedly of the present day in appearance and dress, Rachel Bess draws heavily on the Baroque and Romantic eras for stylistic and narrative inspiration to inform allegories on women's strength and authority. More...


“Abstract Expression to Colored Planes”
Midcentury American art is a particularly strong area of the Seattle Art Museum's collection. Matthew Kangas tours us through the particulars, from Arshile Gorky's masterpiece to Christopher Wilmarth's tragically shortened path towards greatness. More...


Mark Grotjahn
Markings seem to emanate from a central core in the aggressive new "face" paintings of Mark Grotjahn. More...


Al Souza
Al Souza has been working with rare and vintage books, the kind bound in leather with hand-decorated covers and intricate endpapers. More...


Christine Frerichs
The layers of scarred and molded paint Christine Frerichs are expressive, but rejects predecessors' anxiety. More...


Richard Misrach
Visual pleasure and social commentary may seem contradictory aims, but Richard Misrach is an established master of this balancing act, as this mini-retrospective demonstrates. More...


“1900: Adornment”
"1900: Adornment for Home and Body" serves as a great excuse to put excellent by under-appreciated works before the public. More...


Helen Redman
Helen Redman’s art is expressed through the lens of herself in relationship to motherhood, facing gender issues boldly. More...


“Abstract Expression to Colored Planes”
Midcentury American art is a particularly strong area of the Seattle Art Museum's collection. Matthew Kangas tours us through the particulars, from Arshile Gorky's masterpiece to Christopher Wilmarth's tragically shortened path towards greatness. More...


Jacob Lawrence
"Jacob Lawrence as Printmaker" attests that his late move to the relative isolation of the Pacific Northwest resulted in some of his best work. More...


Robert Brady
In a varied selection of sculpture that is free standing and attached to the walls, figurative and calligraphic, it's all tough and primitive. More...


Zombie Abstraction (Pt 2)
The recent resurgence of optical abstraction goes well beyond rehashing 1960s-era Op Art. Conceptual, cosmological and emotional vantage points have been incorporated to great effect by artists alert to both scientific and speculative developments. More...


Katherine Rohrbacher
Katherine Rohrbacher’s recent quirky but delicate self-portraits hold a metaphorical mirror to her personal, physical and emotional struggles. More...


Jock Sturges
Presented chronologically over a 15 year period, Jock Sturges has followed the development of Fanny from childhood to motherhood. More...


Jacob Lawrence
"Jacob Lawrence as Printmaker" attests that his late move to the relative isolation of the Pacific Northwest resulted in some of his best work. More...


Trevor Paglen
For Trevor Paglen geography and photography equals diptychs that present a buried layer of surveillance just below picturesque surfaces. More...

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