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Fluid in Nature
Preston Singletary, Raven Skyriver, and Dan Friday demonstrate how Italian glassblowing techniques have infiltrated American glass. More...


Alia Ali
Growing up in Yemen, Alia Ali brings memory of local textile markets now wraps models in fabric and photographs them. More...


Yuna Kim
Yuna Kim's hand-drawn animations link the everyday experience of Covid-19 and the meaning of universal struggle. More...


Urs Fischer
The broken toys, gadgets, clothes, tools--hundreds of them--seem ordinary. But the digital renderings projected into the next room are not. More...


Humaira Abid, “Fight Like a Girl”
Hunaira Abid’s work is quiet, calm, but determined, each sculpture or installation contrasting with its exploration of the oppression of women in the developing world. More...


Marc D'Estout
Small scale sculptures by Marc D'Estout are full of both absurdist humor and elegant form that feel both melancholy and soulful. More...


John Geary, “Negative Sheep”
John Geary's "Negative Sheep" series of sculptures and paintings play with and pushes past cliches associated with the species. More...


Shingo Francis
Immaculate geometry and illusionistic effects all meet in Shingo Francis’s “Transparent Reflection” suite of paintings. More...


Carlos Villa
“Worlds in Collision” examines Carlos Villa’s emergent work of the 1970s and early 1980s focused on magic and mystery. More...


Meret Oppenheim: My Exhibition
Many continue to identify Meret Oppenheim through one, singular youthful work, "Object," a fur-lined teacup. The retrospective corrects the record. She was a prolific experimenter with wide-ranging interests, as a half-century of her work here demonstrates. More...


Monica Aissa Martinez
Monica Aissa Martinez draws human figures and biological forms that challenge us to consider new realities and relationships. More...


Bibiana Suarez
In “De: Lata (What Gives Us Away),” Bibiana Suarez addresses the depictions of women on food packaging to prompt a purchase. More...


J.J. Martin
In "Role Models" J.J. Martin depicts Nobel Peace Prize recipients as jubilant stars, athletically fit, dressed in high fashion celebrities. More...


Marcelyn McNeil
Marcelyn McNeil is a latter day color field painter who layers her pours in veils punctuated by solid bands of color. More...


Alice Neel
Alice Neel's retrospective casts fresh light on the way that her personal relationships and philosophy shaped her approach to portraiture. More...


Sonya Clark
Sonia Clark presents works based on a flag in the archives of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. More...


Niki de Saint Phalle
Niki de Saint Phalle's artworks from the 60s conjoin aesthetic expertise with primitive energy, all infused with vitality and sensuality. More...


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...

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