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Dennis Mukai
The meticulous detail of Dennis Mukai's paintings is actually produced by sanding to remove layers of paint. Removing tiny areas of this or that layer to arrive at images that seem impossible to have arrived at. More...


Love Trumps Hate
"Love Trumps Hate" has been advocated through art for decades, and now we need to get this kind of art out there again. More...


Art Deco Glass from the Huchthausen Collection
In Paris in 1925, the “International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts,” soon came to be known as Art Deco. More...


Jason Rhoades
Jason Rhoades earned a reputation as a "bad boy" artist who broke conventions in hard to navigate installations, seemingly chaotic agglomerations of objects, but he managed to produce meaning from too much stuff. More...


Johannes Girardoni
A suite of candy-colored minimalist sculptures titled “Resonance” by Johannes Girardoni are devastatingly gorgeous — and devastating in their indictment of tech-crazed consumerism. More...


Taos Society
The Taos Society of Artists were European trained academics who shared in common having been drawn to the outlying town of Taos. More...


Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
The survey of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy shows him to have been among the most inventive and eloquent inventors of early modernism. More...


Aesthetics and Action
Richard Speer reflects on the broader impact of artistic discourse. Progressive as it is, does it have any measurable impact on the furtherance of Western democracy? As with so many, the Women's Marches of January 21st revived his faith in banding together to reassert shared values. More...


“Holy Barbarians”
“Holy Barbarians: Beat Culture on the West Coast” brings together six key beat-era artists who helped change the art culture of the West Coast. More...


Michael E. Smith
Michael E. Smith's soft touch of an installation flirts heavily with post-Duchampian mischievousness, but with an immense amount of freedom spread throughout this rabbit-warren of galleries. More...

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