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“Kinesthesia"
The retro-futuristic flavor of “Kinesthesia: Latin American Kinetic Art 1954-1969” is well suited to its Palm Springs host city. More...


“Future Shock”
SITE Santa Fe itself is part of the story, reopening after more than a year of new construction with "Future Shock," whose ten artists present installations that offer mostly unsettling visions of why we should be anxious about the near future. More...


“Hope + Trauma in a Poisoned Land”
Symbol-laden works by Diné (Navajo) artists and others deal head-on with a sensitive issue and its deleterious effects: uranium mining. More...


“Past/Future/Present”
The vibrancy of Brazilian contemporary art is on full display in “Past/Future/Present,” the first large-scale U.S. appearance of works from the Museum of Modern Art, São Paulo (MAM-SP). More...


Shawn Huckins
Pre-20th Century American portraiture is defaced with smart phone phrases and graphic icons in Shawn Huckins’ canceling of historical reverence. More...


Gilliam and Hurley
Denzil Hurley and Sam Gilliam, in simultaneous exhibitions, exemplify very distinct approaches to abstract painting; both work. More...


“Small Sculpture”
On two long, white tables, 55 small sculptures by as many artists form an array of artworks resembling specimens laid out for inspection, running the gamut of familiar to strange in their forms. More...


Edvard Munch
Apart from SFMOMA's current show of Edvard Munch's paintings, this gallery show of his prints and works on paper display the freedom of Munch's technique and his ability to convey strong emotion when revisiting many of his key images. More...


Jack Pavlik and Louis Watts
Jack Pavlik’s "10 Waves" kinetic sculptures sit silently before they begin moving rhythmically, producing a chiming metallic music. Louis Watts' charcoal drawings, "On Today," cultivate joy within a highly repetitive routine of execution. More...


Doris Totten Chase
Seattle artist Doris Chase's early work in her home town enjoyed hard won acceptance in New York during her time there in the 1970s. Her dance videos incorporating dancers, sculpture and layers of color were and remain her leading innovation. More...


“The Myths and Meanings of Tramp Art”
The label "tramp art," first invoked in a 1959 magazine article, implies transience. "No Idle Hands" tells a different story. More...


Einar and Jamex de la Torre
Brothers Einar and Jamex de la Torre's garish glass sculptures should be a kitschy mess. Yet they are over-the-top good. 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...


“Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now”
A selection of "Lines of Thought," sketches by historical masters from the collection of the British Museum, take us on a zig-zag journey across five centuries. More...


“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...


Doug Aitken
Doug Aitken's immersive video installations, as seen here, consistently expand expressive possibilities of the media. The well-conceived installation serves to compound its immersive quality using multiple screens. 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...


Takashi Murakami
“Superflat" anime-inspired imagery is what Takashi Murakami is most closely identified with. But this survey, "The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg," demonstrates his rich fusion of high and low culture and the new and the ancient. More...


Roni Horn
A grouping of seven five-ton cast glass sculptures glow with color and luminous intensity, each delicate at the surface despite their huge mass. More...

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