Q & A: Alex Myers - This is Fine at Project Project, Omaha
J. Fatima Martins
The fusion of technology and biology suggests that another neuroscientific revolution in human self-awareness and existence is happening.
Myra Sontheimer’s Kong & Olive: Let’s Do This!
It demonstrates how ‘craft store’ materials, and simple technology, can be transformed into dynamic visual expressions
Craig Roper’s Infinite Landscape: I Live in My Own World Now and I’m Happy Here
Roper rests within the, more recent and still active, Neo-Realistic mode with strange and poetic minimal beauty, and the tone of wander and nomadic searching.
A paper map never told the story so well
A point of connection dotted with goldenrod, people and thoughts leave as quickly as they come.
Underneath, Around, & In Between: Notes On An Image Practice
How do you keep up a daily practice without it getting stagnant?
Rock, Paper, Scissors
It’s not trying to do anything: to make a case for humanity’s redeeming qualities, perhaps, or to express the dynamism of a world in flux.
BEARHUG and a Case for Self-Organizing
These are precarious times. Let’s make precarious work.
Robert Weiss: If Things Work Out
Cinematographic demands of a painterly realism that still seeks to create a semblance of the fully experienced world.
Drawings for Donald
If this kind of wacko fear-mongering is part of the new American norm, I think the best thing art can do is spook us out of this existence.
Wanda Ewing & Patty Talbert: Unapologetically Woman
I’m a proud Black Woman, And I’m Going to be Hard to Ignore.
Sarah Rowe: Indian Time
The exhibition goes beyond the shallowness of profane ‘art object’ designed for collecting. “Indian Time” resonants a sacrosanct tonality.
Zora J. Murff
Photography and social justice issues, the nexus remains a sticky situation, for several reasons.
Charley Friedman: The New Deal
Artists, aware that parlor game intellectualism of contemporary art is not working anymore, have increasingly enlisted animals to help them communicate in a more instinctual way.
Serbian Photographers featured in Petshop Gallery Exhibition
A deeper look into the celebration of perspectives on both spiritual and the external phenomena of a digital universe.
Aaryon Williams: Encouraging Every Artist to Chase Their Dreams
I’m a dream chaser. I’m the dream building business.
A Snapshot of Omaha's Hidden Gems
by JoAnna LeFlore
Memorable and authentic experiences within the arts do not always lie in white-walled art institutions or alongside historical landmarks.
Steve Snell "Snacks on the River"
Plug into his ongoing, action-oriented, seriously real world and a little bit crazy program of conceptual art.
Time + Space: Futures at Bemis
Life as fragmented, confused, artificially-intelligent, unfocused, memory-driven, and controlled.
Doug Aitken's Migration (Empire)
From beginning to end this is an intriguing exploration of our dis-ease with the spaces we live in and around.
Bart Vargas: A Year of Lies and Other Stories...
With a wink, a smile, a firm middle finger, and maybe an ‘I told you so’ shrug, Bart Vargas is asking America to reexamine its birth certificate.