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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...


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...


Paul Komada
Paul Komada spent well over a year more than memorializing the Alaskan Way viaduct, scheduled to be demolished next year. More...


Benny Fountain
Benny Fountain produces seemingly infinite permutations on a repeated theme of still-lifes and domestic scenes drawn from memory. More...


Emily Wood
Emily Wood has long chronicled the landscape of the western U.S. Hers are luminous and reliable scenes across the mountainous divide between eastern Washington and the Pacific coast. More...


Ken Fandell
Examples from three series of layered photographs turn a blown out tire, some bricks, and palm tree trunks into rich visual journeys. More...


teamLab
The immersive installation "Flowers and People, Cannot by Controlled but Live Together - A Whole Year per Hour" presents the Japanese collective teamLab senses our movements and translates them into an ever-changing cycle of digital flowers that sprout, blossom and wilt. More...


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...


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...


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...


“Images of Resilience”
“Images of Resilience: Chicana/o Art and its Mexican Roots” is acutely timed and attuned to current immigration controversies. More...


Alicia McCarthy
Alicia McCarthy melds together 1960s style abstraction with the iconoclasm of the punk and graffiti scene during which she came of age. 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...


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


Art Deco Glass from the Huchthausen Collection
In Paris in 1925, the “International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts,” soon came to be known as Art Deco. More...

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