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Monroe Hodder
Monroe Hodder's painting revels in the circus, the carnival, the funhouse. It's a Ronald McDonald fantasia of a childhood idyll. more...

Urs Fischer and the Art of Juxtaposition
Daniel Dennett, a critic of postmodernism, argues that "Postmodernism, the school of 'thought' that proclaimed 'There are no truths, only in more...

“Basquiat and The Artist Next Door”
If billionaires can wheel and deal in cattle futures, crude oil, shipping, technology, and defense contracting, why not in art? more...

Danny Lyon
Danny Lyon immerses himself in the settings he chooses to document. The three series from which this exhibition draws focus on historical e 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 m more...

Anna Fidler
Female empowerment is celebrated in depictions of archetypal Amazons in action by Anna Fidler. more...

Daniel Johnston
Potter Daniel Johnston's large and numerous vessels crowd the gallery into a labyrinth of narrow and curved corridors that lead us into a da more...

Benjamin Weissman
Both an active fiction author and artist, in "We Never Kissed" Benjamin Weisman obsesses over images of gorillas having sex. more...

Paul Allen’s Emerging Vision for Seattle
Paul Allen is only the latest major civic-minded donor to Seattle's cultural maturation, but he may be exerting the most impact. He has he b more...

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