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Steve Murphy, “A Matter of Balance”
Working with a vocabulary of organic shapes, Steve Murphy produces a varied body of work, with surfaces always flawlessly finished. Surfaces are sensual and played against a witty, often humorous temperament. More...


Fernando Botero
Fernando Botero's stylized figures, done in large, exaggerated forms, are among the most recognizable artworks in the world. More...


Another World
The Transcendental Painting Group shared faith in painting’s potential to evoke heightened spiritual consciousness. More...


Agnieszka Pilat, “ROBOTa”
The exhibition is, on the face of it, a selection of mixed media paintings. But the real subject and medium are robots. Agniezka Pilat makes them into both studio assistants, passively following her instructions, and surrogates for the artist's own hand. More...


Henry Taylor
Prolific figurative painter Henry Taylor is a sophisticated naïf and a brilliant visual raconteur who chronicles public and private lives. More...


Michael Harnish
For Michael Harnish, utopia is a collage of juxtaposed painterly responses to printed representations of a lush nature. More...


The Skyviewing Sculptures of Isamu Noguchi
Isamu Noguchi expanded and deepened sculpture’s mission to connect to people and community, always combining rather than segregating. More...


Stas Orlovski
Stas Orlovski has deployed a vocabulary of motifs — waves, vortices, plants, and more — to create poetic depictions of conscious dreaming. More...


Earlie Hudnall
The daily lives of people residing in Houston's African American neighborhoods forms the core of Earlie Hudnall's street photography. More...


Jordanna and the Masters of Photography
Jordanna Kalman makes use of 20th century male photography masters to zero in on women's historical disenfranchisement -- with the ambition to redress that history. More...


Cindy Sherman, 1977-1982
The early photography of Cindy Sherman remains both a personal and art historical high water mark. Andy Brumer asked how such familiar, and mined, work might be seen through fresh eyes. This review is his answer. More...


Matthew Cerletty
The paintings of Matthew Cerletty's "True Believer" are precise, even sculptural objects devoid of emotional baggage. More...


Collidoscope: de la Torre Brothers Retro-Perspective
The de la Torre brothers uniquely complex painted glass are boldly conceived to immerse us in both personal stories and social commentary often dressed up in religious iconography and a baroque sensibility. More...


Annie Lapin, "Contours of the Vast"
Annie Lapin’s new paintings nevertheless present a novel vision of the way our thoughts, memories, and observations inhabit and interact within the hard drives of our minds. More...


Diego Velázquez, Johannes Vermeer, Salvador Dali
Individual works by three master painters offer ample opportunity for both appreciation and comparison. More...


Poppy Jones, “Body & Soul”
Poppy Jones small and intimate paintings are close-cropped depictions of everyday things — jackets, folded shirts, flowers, lamps, etc., that at first appear to be photographs that have been selectively hand colored. More...


Alex Chitty
“Figs break open of themselves,” is a product of Alex Chitty's foray into genealogy and the various creative practices of the women in her family. More...


Guy Laramée, “13 Views on a Stay in Brasil and Quebrada”
Guy Laramée cuts, carves, paints, and otherwise modifies published and bound books into trompe-l’oeil landscapes and ravines. The first part of this exhibition is a series of nine altered books that relate to his recent trip to Brazil where the second body of work was painted. More...


Hung Liu
Both Hung Liu and her mother died as a result of pancreatic cancer, which is evoked both emotionally and symbolically in this moving exhibition. More...


Michiko Itatani, “Celestial Stage”
"Celestial Stage" traces Mickijo Itatani's path from cool monochromatic geometric imagery to a colorful inner space that draws on cosmology, sci-fi, and storybook illustration. More...

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