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Richard Diebenkorn
This survey of Richard Diebenkorn's early work takes us through the numerous approaches the artist took before arriving at the style for which he is best known. More...


“Divine Bodies”
"Divine Bodies: Sacred Imagery in Asian Art" informs us as to how Asian artists have for centuries blended spirituality, myth and formal beauty. More...


“Earthscapes: Contemporary Views of and from the Land”
Prolifically explored a subject as landscape has been for as long as that has been so, "Earthscapes" sets out to establish that artists continue to enrich it with new knowledge that enlarges the context in which it is interpreted. More...


Minerva Cuevas
A single immersive on site mural turns the table on corporate branding strategies. Minerva Cuevas draws on cartoon and animation graphics to tell a narrative of migration, surveillance and ominous danger. More...


“Trump Card”
The artists of "Trump Card" make it more than an exercise of free expression. Their mockery and indictments ask that we see what is before our eyes. More...


Jun Kaneko
Known primarily as a second wave contemporary clay artist, Jan Kaneko's painting and mark making take center stage here. More...


Roland Reiss
Roland Reiss' "Miniatures" and "Florals" survey back over 40 years, but include new works that display both continuity and fresh interests. More...


“Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India”
The Rathore Dynasty of the Indian state of Rajasthan has maintained power for over 700 years. Over 250 objects express the legacy and continuity of this unusually long time of rule. More...


Tim Cross
Tim Cross' see-through leaves against a dark background call to mind pottery decoration and wallpaper patterns; but that is where they start, not finish. More...


Viola Frey
A selective survey of Viola Frey's New York years makes on want to know more about how her experiences there shaped her emerging aesthetic, which became both deeply informed by art and ceramic history while being highly personal and imaginative. More...


Francisco Moreno
"The Chapel" is the centerpiece work in Francisco Moreno's current show that immerses us in murals and history. More...


Michael Spafford
This three-gallery survey of veteran Pacific Northwest painter Michael C. Spafford brings together dozens of paintings and prints, a hardbound catalogue, beautiful installations and lighting. But why wasn’t it all in an art museum? More...


Chester Arnold
In “Borderline,” Chester Arnold's epic-scale landscapes take aim at our ecological plight. Crumbling ruins of concrete and brick, defaced with graffiti and maintained by small, faceless, lumpen workers, are absurd and sad and strangely beautiful. More...


FotoFest 2018 Biennial
The current FotoFest Biennial focuses on India, and the 47 photographers mirror key issues such as race, gender and migration. More...


Kathy Jones
Kathy Jones paintings of standing, featureless figures posing in landscapes and interiors are all about color and implicit drama. More...


“In Repose”
"In Repose" shows that artists' interpretation of the figure remains diverse and vital. The late Wade Reynolds provides the focal point. More...


Harald Szeemann
Harald Szeemann was one of the world's key curators in the 1960s and 70s, effectively launching a new era of artistic diversity. "Museum of Obsessions" reviews that career; "Grandfather: A Pioneer Like Us" recreates the apartment of Szeemann's grandfather, a hair stylist. More...


Weldon Butler and Amanda Knowles
Weldon Butler's working life has been as varied as the rather populist use of materials from which he constructs rough but diagrammatic abstractions. Amanda Knowles produces ghostly images of urban construction projects that feel like fantasy. More...


Kate Gilmore
It takes a while to grasp what we are looking at. As Kate Gilmore's "Morning Rage" becomes clear we share the catharsis. More...


Jodi Colella
Coming across 19th century daguerreotypes of women, Jodi Colella was struck by their anonymity. So she embellished them. More...

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