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“A New Look”
“A New Look” is a fresh take on current figurative art in which the relationship of the figure to art history is only a sliver of the complex contents that these seven artists engage. More...


Jenny Trinks and Norwood Viviano
"Suspended Time" presents Trinks' photographs of buildings changed by changing light; and glass sculptures by Viviano. 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...


“Eclipse”
This mix of art and science revolves around the August 21st solar eclipse, both celebrating the phenomenon and using it as a point of departure. More...


Steve Yazzie
Native American artist Steve Yazzie takes indigenous culture as his point of departure to arrive at a video installation that is both immersive and elusive. What he brings back from the remote areas he visits provides a connection we would never likely achieve for ourselves. More...


Jacqueline Ehlis
Tucked away from the main gallery, Jacqueline Ehlis little hybrids form the most incongruous whole, invigorating to the verge of the frenetic. More...


Richard Misrach
Richard Misrach may not be a prophetic doomsayer, but his photographic images convey decipherable signs of incipient collapse. And the recent environmental damage report is summarized in this series of ruined houses. More...


Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz
The political assemblage and installations of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz remain amazingly timely. More...


Artists of Coenties Slip
For a decade during the 1950s, a tiny slice of lower Manhattan sheltered artists who separated from prevailing artistic orthodoxy. More...


“2017 California-Pacific Triennial”
The 25 artists included in the "2017 California-Pacific Triennial" were selected in part for their response to the notion of a permanent built environment and their personal connections to architecture. More...

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