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“Altered States”
The four artists featured in "Altered States" reflect upon the morbid beauty of our civilization's effort to fulfill doomsday prophecies. More...


Scott Johnson
"Fissure" is both a geological and social term. Scott Johnson shakes up our understanding of materials and perception of space with seemingly simple installations that make the earth move under our feet. More...


Turning Guns into Art
David S. Rubin shows how a number of artists are making creative and effective statements on the issue of gun control in a variety of ways. It is a theme that has been raised for decades, never more than at the present moment, one in which gun reform may be more within reach than ever. More...


“Solidarity, Struggle, Victory”
"Solidarity, Struggle, Victory" draws on the history of organized labor and protest and how that history is inspiring many contemporary artists. What we see is that hope continues to emerge out of uncertainty. More...


David Aylsworth
Small, gestural and seemingly simple, David Alysworth's paintings are loving and painstaking studies in the process of abstraction. More...


Rodrigo Valenzuela
In photographs of studio constructions Rodrigo Valenzuela draws on both early modernist references a immigration narratives. More...


Emily Matyas
Emily Matyas photographic reflections on the intimate relationship between Mexico and the U.S. are both lucid and moving. More...


One Sculpture Renews a Museum's Story
A single sculpture by Richard Hunt, recently placed in a key location, recasts the story of the Art Institute of Chicago, More...


Igor Melnikov
Ogpr Melnikov's paintings of emotionally ambiguous young children with large, searching eyes and lightly flushed cheeks are a probing psychological exploration of the soul. More...


One Sculpture Renews a Museum's Story
A single sculpture by Richard Hunt, recently placed in a key location, recasts the story of the Art Institute of Chicago, More...


Mary Ann Peters
Images that express feelings of erasure and diaspora have informed Mary Ann Peters' work for years. In "traveler" paintings could be faded old photographs. It all feels unsteady, wavering, and empathic of what an immigrant seeking asylum experiences. More...


Enrique Martinez Celaya
His exhibition title, "The Tears of Things," Enrigue Martinez Celaya tells us, is a line extracted from Virgil's "The Aeneid." The bronze sculpture that opens the show features water pumped fountain-like from the figure's eyes. More...


Gladys Nilsson
The female figure, in the hands of Gladys Nilsson, undulates with distorted scale and physicality that overwhelms a cast of Lilliputian men. More...

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