Ward’s “Shelter” is, I thought, the most provocative piece in the show. I’ve included an image with a separate detail shot of the piece. The architecture is so strange.Read More
It seems to me that Matt Mullican doesn’t present ultimate solutions to these questions, but he ostensibly reveals a structural nexus behind the visual world driven by an archive of signs and symbols.Read More
Tanner’s works on paper are initially gorgeous, a respite for the senses. But fragile, awkward moments point to uncomfortable relationships between forms.Read More
Each year, Pagus puts on an annual exhibition of the work of the artists in the NAB. This year’s show includes 62 works by 28 artists.Read More
Perkins curator Alan Willoughby says about Poacelli, who teaches a class in mixed media at the art center: “I love her work. She has a great sense of color, layering, space and vibrancy. She is constantly producing, and people are not tired of looking” at her art.Read More
When you walk into the exhibition, you feel like you are walking into a planetarium or peering through a telescope or microscope, dark matter perhaps beating in the background.Read More
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