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Mike Buchheit and Rachel Brace-Stille
Mike Buchheit's photographs of the Grand Canyon are more about his decades-long familiarity with its terrain and weather patterns than natural spectacle. Rachel Brace-Stille often accompanies Buchheit, but has a preference for close-ups of telling details that possess their own aesthetic intimacy. More...


Stacey Steers
Filmmaker Stacey Steers' "Edge of Alchemy" draws on silent film era footage and 19th century engravings and woodcuts collaged into a loose narrative of Scientist and Creature. More...


Michael Kenna and Mark Thompson
Michael Kenna's photography is exceptionally painterly, while Mark Thompson's landscape paintings of chilly Scandinavia have the appearance of vintage photographs. Kenna's images of Ford's River Rouge auto plant strikes a far different tone of grand, if ominous formalism. More...


Bryan David Griffith
"Rethinking Fire" is Bryan David Griffith's artful way to question why we disrupt the cycle of naturally occurring wildfires. More...


Deconstruction: The War for a Word
The philosophical importance of Jacques Derrida's deconstructivist theory has helped shape serious art for decades. That makes Steve Bannon's mis-use of it in a political context not only offensive but dangerous. More...


Ellen Berman
Ellen Berman’s paintings of food and domestic objects seem as though they could come alive and provide nourishment. More...


Archipenko on the West Coast
Ukranian native Alexander Archipenko rose to become one of cubist sculpture's most important talents early in what became a globe-trotting career. A survey exhibition at the Frye Art Museum reinvigorates his contributions to cubism, the modern ceramics movement, and, yes, to West Coast modernism. More...


Christine Frerichs
The landscape paintings of Christine Frerichs dazzle us with their light, which is decidedly a light of place as well as time of day or night. More...


Yvette Mayorga
The attraction of the sweet, buttery scent of frosting runs up against the cut-out, glitter-covered words “GO BACK” hung from a gilded rope upon a fuchsia-colored wall in Yvette Mayorga's installation, "The Politics of Desire." More...


Patti Oleon
Patti Oleon recorded public places in Europe, but edits out the masses of people so as to transform the architecture into mysterious virtual worlds. More...


Sandow Birk
Sandow Birk’s sprawling “American Qur’an” is unintentionally timely, given current efforts to impose travel bans and border walls, having been conceived in the wake of 9/11 and requiring more than 10 years to complete. More...


Protest and Authenticity
Genuine political outrage channeled through the sensibilities of strong, creative individuals can certainly generate great art. They are the natural opponents of authoritarianism after all. But we must keep in mind that high emotion is never sufficient to produce great art any more than it results in wise political solutions. 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...


Manfred Müller and Shaun McCracken
Manfred Müller and Shaun McCracken make for an unlikely pairing for the two-person exhibition “Not From Here.” More...


Peter Power
For Peter Power, artwork is not just the product of the studio, it is about what happens in the studio. One leaning, wall-sized work and a book titled "Dogger, Fisher, German, Bight" discards the whole notion of a "finished" work. More...


Kahlo: Her Photos
Photographs of and by Frida Kahlo both reinforce the storied narrative of her life, but also allow us to enter into its intimacies. More...

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