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Jovencio de la Paz
Fiber artist Jovencio de la Paz gets between the hand and the machine to explore Nils Aall Baricelli's math and Symbiogenesis. More...


Paul Wonner, “Landscape of Objects, 1966-2001”
Works here by Paul Wonner from the 1970s onward depict sunny, artifact-strewn gardens redolent of the good life. The drama of his compositions lies in the light that casts sharp shadows; and the tabletops seen at abnormally steep angles More...


Clark V. Fox: Subversion and Spectacle
Part Native American of Cherokee and Powhatan descent, Clark V. Fox views American culture effectively as an outsider. More...


Barbara Kruger, “Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You.”
The power of her use of language, and more specifically text, has given Berbara Kruger’s work a nearly unsurpassable omnipresence in the art world and beyond. Thus current survey drives the point, and demand a lot of processing on our part. More...


Robert Colescott: Humor is the Bait
“If you decide to laugh, don’t forget the humor is the bait, and once you’ve bitten, you may have to do some serious chewing. The tears may come later.” — Robert Colescott More...


2020: Three Artists
Carrie Zeller, Jorge Dubin and Tom Lamb display their distinct creative and healing responses to the travails of life during the Covid pandemic. More...


Digital Combines, Group Exhibition
Robert Rauschenberg's invention of the combine 70 years ago informs and is updated by these "Digital Combines." Each work is paired with a digital counterpoint and QR code mounted alongside the image, allow us to access text, video, audio, or commentary expanding on the art that appears in the gallery. More...


Lothar Schmitz and Ephraim Puusemp
Lothar Schmitz's new installation, "Artificia," treats the gallery as a discovery museum, connecting nature and technology through the use of video monitors and projections in a variety of formats and scales. Complementing this, Ephraim Puusemp presents images of galaxies and nebulae that are not exactly what they appear to be. More...


Henk Pander, “Artist as Eyewitness”
Henk Pander’s paintings never shy from the enduring theme of man’s inhumanity to man. This small grouping of four paintings tell the story of Portland’s 2020 street confrontation between far right Proud Boys and Antifa activists. More...


Cowboy X Lightbound X Cowboy
Frances Lightbound pairs a single installation piece with photographs of assemblages by Cowboy. More...


Anne Siems, “Inner Wild”
Inscriptions of tattoos on the necks, bodies, and shaved heads of teenage girls lend them the feel of punk centerfolds, and marks a departure for Anne Siems. More...


Dion Johnson
The contemporary take on hard-edge painting by Dion Johnson is vibrant and oscillating, as the show's title promises. More...


No Body: ​Mike Rea and Casey Whittier
In “No Body,” Kansas City artist Casey Whittier and Chicagoan Mike Rea realize an unlikely pairing of absurdity and serious craft. Whittier's cast glass represents things worn on or close to the body. Rea's mosaic-like images look abstract at first before resolving into gear like bodice harnesses. More...


Jeff Wall
Jeff Wall puts our powers of observation to the test in this group of large-scale digital prints. They initially are believable, but the performers' actions are both open ended and illogical so as to thwart interpretation. More...


“were-: Nenetech Forms”
Colonizer narratives crumble amid the weight of collective mythologies, where collaborative labor has given rise to “were-: Nenetech Forms,” an exhibition exploring migration, transformation, and survival in the Sonoran Desert. More...


The Visual Adventures of Robert Williams
Robert Williams' darkly narrative paintings are steeped in the car and counter cultures of the 1960s and came to play a central role in the now well established lowbrow culture. Conventional life collides with apocalyptic, surreal scenes. More...


Jennifer Ling Datchuk, “Later, Longer, Fewer”
The title of Jennifer Ling Datchuk's exhibition, “Later, Longer, Fewer,” refers to China’s controversial one-child policy. The works reflect how well attuned she is to inequities that impede women and reflect diverse subject matter that lends the show emotional resonance. More...


Robin Kandel
Robin Kandel's pencil drawings both pare down to parallel stripe structures and allow her to work spontaneously against those stripes to produce a host of varied results. The titles she comes up with favor the poetic impulse over analytic control. More...


Kim Dingle, “Pudgey Pomona”
Among Kim Dingle’s aliases’ is Pudgey Pomona, a faux curator that frees up the artist to mix and match impulses. The group show approach she strives to achieve, however, is eclipsed by the consistency of her sensibility. More...


Joel-Peter Witkin, “Journeys of the Soul”
Joel-Peter Witkin’s meticulously crafted tableaux combine the human form, still life objects, and nature to reveal his own fondness for traversing unfamiliar paths. Subjects' physical manifestations prompt complex reactions typically reduced to expressions of fear or loathing. More...

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