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Sarah Ball
Sarah Ball's paintings are drawn from photographs of new arrivals at Ellis Island, and of displaced migrants in their own country of Romania. More...


America’s First Contemporary Art Star
Currently on view the Art Institute of Chicago, James McNeil Whistler's portrait of his mother Anna is not the public event that it once was. But it does remain one of American art's most iconic images, and we do well to remember the artist's standing as perhaps America's first major international art star. More...


Corey Stein
Corey Stein takes quaint little glass beads sewn onto felt to build sophisticated images that speak of environmental concerns and cultural respect embedded into both the media and what she does with it. More...


Frederick Hammersley
In a career survey, Frederick Hammersley's wide-ranging technical skills are impressive, but the real story is the vibrancy of personality and wide range of intent. He showed that the art of abstraction need not be unremittingly serious. More...


Ann Johnson/Desira Garcia
Political content plays a key part on Ann Johnson's mixed media sculptures. Desira Garcia's paintings critique the questionable effects of social media. More...


Francisco Toledo
Not known for his textile media, this show of felt tapestries by Francisco Toledo bring together the deep tradition of Oaxaca wool with contemporary innovations. More...


Cameron Martin
The aggressively optical abstract paintings of Cameron Martin are built on linear patterns that fool the eye in clever and unexpected ways. More...


Christopher Russell
Christopher Russell provides a lesson in how to marry together smart use of digital tools with fastidious hand-craftsmanship. More...


“Tribute: Women Artists of the African Diaspora”
Ten women included in "Tribute: Ten Women Artists of the African Diaspora" embrace a spectrum of strategies and visual devices to communicate their themes, philosophies and values. More...


Rhonda Wheatley
Rhonda Wheatley presents herself as a modern day shaman, and her use of found objects and vintage appliances with organic material such as succulent plants and crystals in symbolic arrangements that suggest a deeply intuitive engagement. More...


David Simpson
Iridescent color radiates, shifts and glows so as to keep the eye moving in David Simpson's constantly moving color field paintings. More...


Margaret Lazzari
For Margaret Lazzari her ability to represent the natural world facilitates the symbolism of "Wild Biology's" autobiographical source material. More...


"Why Can't We Live Together”
The melancholy lyrics of a 1972 hit by Timmy Thomas, "Why Can't We Live Together,” provide the thematic framework for a multinational and multiracial mix of artists that's set against the cacophony of today's headlines. More...


The Pregnant Void
The immaculately spartan works of Kirshio Suga provoked Richard Speer to reflect on the dialogue between shape and space. More...


John McLaughlin
John McLaughlin’s paintings were more about empty spaces than what is visible. Starting in the late 1940s he was among a tiny handful of artists investigating hard-edge painting in order "to achieve the totally abstract." More...

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