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Ray Johnson
Ray Johnson is said to be the father of mail art. Over 100 collages and archival material are absorbing yet frustrating because the element of surprise is missing. A work would unexpectedly appear in the recipient's mailbox, an integral part of Johnson's aesthetic process. More...


Beverly McIver
A survey of Beverly McIver's lively figurative painting displays her ability to move from the intensely personal to the profoundly universal. More...


Ling Chun
Ling Chun attacks the fine art identity of ceramics through her treatment of scale and media add-ons. More...


Carrie Ann Plank, “Superposition”
Empirical and intuitive methods inform Carrie Ann Plank’s exhibition “Superposition.” Her images are summations of previous iterations, state succeeding state; but also references indeterminate living systems that include all possible states simultaneously. More...


Stephanie Robison
Stephanie Robison pairs polished, fluid marble with patches of colored felt to achieve inventive, suggestive and humorous results. More...


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


Molly Vaughan
Molly Vaughan's "Project 42" takes as its subject 42 murdered transgender women of color--and dresses. More...


Joan Mitchell
The protean Joan Mitchell as seen in this retrospective mates voluptuary hedonism to feverish agitation in some of the best abstract brushwork of her generation. More...


Peter Halley
Peter Halley's "Cell Grids" are made up of single hue square or rectangular panels joined together to form a larger work. More...


Jinie Park
The immaculate, color blocked compositions of Jinie Park may be rough hewn, but they posses a spirit of regal aloofness. More...


Sanford Biggers
Sanford Biggers paints on quilts others have made to extract contemporary inspiration from their histories, referencing "Codex" with good purpose. More...


Donald Suggs
Donald Suggs varied his imagery from one project to the next, with geometric shapes used to alter or expand a work’s interpretation. More...


Tony Fitzpatrick
Tony Fitzpatrick's art and personality go hand-in-hand. So when he says "Jesus of Western Avenue" is his final museum show, believe him. More...


Garry Knox Bennett
In "Illumination: Time, Containment and Bling," Garry Knox Bennett presents a representative selection of his carefully crafted objects that serve as vehicles for his Dadaist/Funk humor and wit. More...


HJ Bott
The "Displacement-of-Volume System" was dreamed up by JHJ Bott 50 years ago and its shapes have informed his work ever since. More...


Michael Childress
Visually charged with chromatic progressions that cross the entire color spectrum, Childress’ paintings emit an aesthetic heat. More...


Carrie Mae Weems, “Witness”
Carrie Mae Weems produces project after project that reveals not only a high aesthetic awareness but a new historical consciousness from her self-consciously Black perspective. More...


Oscar Muñoz
Oscar Muñoz repeatedly draws the ephemeral that dries up and disappears or is dissolved, subject to forces beyond the artist. More...


Pipilotti Rist
Pipilotti Rist combines performance and video, is frequently the protagonist, and throws a visceral assault at the lens that is immersive and bracing. More...


Jack Pierson
The title of Jack Pierson's "Less and more" is a misnomer because it hardly implies the breadth of his body of work. More...

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