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“Dazzled: OMD, Memphis Design, and Beyond”
In part an homage to the Memphis design group, in part a riff on a World War I wartime camouflage technique, "Dazzled" is both a visual romp and an oddball documentary. More...


James Martin
At 90 the tempestuous James Martin remains as acidic a social satirist as ever. These wildly implausible narrative paintings occupy their own universe, within which they become quite convincing. More...


Yoshitomo Saito
Weaving in bronze doesn't sound right, but it is what Yoshitomo Saito does in straddling both media and culture to achieve dual affinities. More...


Benito Huerta and Janet Chaffee
Benito Huerta's bold and vibrant imagery is paired with the contrasting intimate paintings of Jane Chaffee. More...


Sabina Ott and Dana Berman Duff
A 35-year friendship binds the late Chicago artist, Sabina Ott, and L.A. artist Dana Berman Duff. “What Does She See When She Shuts Her Eyes,” is the poetic and mysterious finale of their collaborations due to Ott’s passing last year. More...


Paul Kremer
Paul Kremer goes for a bold, graphic look and gets dynamic results which depend on deliberately limited means. More...


Diana Al-Hadid
In "Temperamental Nature" Diana Al-Hadid shreds her paintings into lace-like incompletion that somehow feel complete. Landscape and figures are suggested, never depicted, the whole thing held together by balancing gesture and tone. More...


Paige Pinnell
The late Paige Pinnell's photography is exhibited alongside an number of other photographers whose work he collected. More...


Painting for the Green New Deal
The final exhibition at the now defunct Pasadena Museum of California Art focused on a revision of the traditional landscape through the sensibilities of a selection of female artists. More...


Mayme Kratz
In Mayme Kratz' current exhibition politics intersects with plants and animals encountered during time spent at Bears Ears National Monument. More...


Martha Friedman
Tipping and tilting as they move around their pedestals, Martha Friedman uses muscular materials to suggest anatomical dismemberment and dislocation. Her sculptures move easily between austerity and elegance. More...


Liss LaFleur
Liss LaFleur's blown glass fruits alluding to body parts puts exaggeration, artifice and irony at the service of LGBT issues. More...


Irina Rozovsky and Manjari Sharma
Living on opposite coasts, Irina Rozovsky and Manjari Sharma engaged in a visual digital dialogue via iPhone during the course of their simultaneous pregnancies. The images gradually move from the documentary to the symbolic. More...


Deborah Boardman
"Painter &" reveals longtime Chicagoan Deborah Boardman to be an artist of spirituality, symbolism and vulnerability. More...


Urs Fischer
Urs Fischer's large screen prints on aluminum begin on an iPad, the idea being to simulate the surface and glow of the computer screen. More...

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