Tight, bright, concise, succinct, intelligent and enlightened exhibition of the master of fabric art.
Josh Johnson: Resemblance Erosion
And yet, in a strange way, Johnson’s work, while situated with some orientation to the space, is not “installed” to interact with the space.
Some Omaha Signs
Nothing that is made by human hands to serve human eyes should be allowed, in my opinion, to simply vanish with no record of existence.
Benjamin Tiven: A Third Version of the Imaginary
What does it mean to make an image in a language that lacks a word for one? How then do we archive, remember and hold onto images?
It Was Never Linear: Recent Paintings
J. Fatima Martins
In its totality, it’s a smart exhibition, experimental in many ways, and certainly worthy of your attention.
Inspired by a sports-art nexus, Foley had managed to unleash a whole set of very energetic, dynamic, 21st-century abstractions.
Timeshare: Molly Zuckerman-Hartung
Thought experiment — when you step in the door, don’t look at the paintings, but at the spaces between them.
An exhibition that considers the politics of exchange and desire, conflated with merchandising for the masses, in a regenerative feedback loop.
The Space of Thoughts II: Construction and Comedy
The final result is a playful, yet grounded show that invites viewers into the work through clever construction and comedy, yet leaves them with significant questions surrounding gender, relationships and identity
The key to Hawbaker’s linear vortices is to get into the center, follow the line, appraise/enjoy the spaces between the lines and then feel its up and downs.
Travelers & Settlers
An elegiac litany to sacred space reclaimed from the pushes and pulls of modern history, with the artist acting as guider of souls, urging us to gain a deeper appreciation of the unspoken realities.
Alex Priest sits down with Heather on New Year's Eve to discuss her practice, anxiety, the Anthropocene, and interconnectedness.
Geoff Johnson: Behind Closed Doors
by Kalee Olson
I think the artist's intention is for us as viewers to remove ourselves from the third-person point of view and, instead, try to experience it from a child’s first-person point of view -- with innocence and without judgement.
Aaron Holz, Wider Than the Sky
For an artist to have firmly situated himself in an all-encompassing habitus (mentalite), working on all cylinders in the context of its many possibilities, is a very high level of achievement.
The second of a series of micro-fictions, written by Anthony Hawley.
Matthew Mazzotta's Storefront Theatre
The project, fully immersed in community involvement from conception to completion, is a prime example of how public art can operate on a level that empowers community and enriches cultural landscape.
Funny, provocative, rooted in art and pop culture history and smartly rendered, Kramer’s art is, to some measure, art about art or at least art about being artist.
Ode to the Library
…libraries lead a campaign for egalitarian information exchange and for being a public refuge for maximal users/uses.
Art Seen: A Juried Exhibition
Art Seen presents a visual front of togetherness, but the fine print reveals rather a patch of practitioners from all sorts of disciplines, none of whom are talking to each other.
Drive-in I is one of a series of micro-fictions, written by Anthony Hawley.