Thursday, February 22, 2018

Spotlight: Taos

From Taos Moderns to Light and Space pioneers to today’s spiritually inclined or Pop Surrealist practioners, the mood in this New Mexico art enclave tilts toward inclusiveness.

SPOTLIGHT: Houston

With a theme of “Looking to the Future of the Planet,” this year’s FotoFest biennial took over Houston with a plethora of globally-informed photography.

Critic’s Picks: Miami

Born in Cordoba, Argentina, Marina Font is a photographer with a artisanal bent, who strives to augment her images in new and unusual ways....

Report: New York

As the unpleasant heat and humidity of summer approach, New York’s contemporary art enthusiasts begin to think about where they can do their art-looking...

Juventino Aranda

When Juventino Aranda tells someone he went to art school at Eastern Washington University, he is usually met with the response, where is that?...

Critic’s Picks: Seattle

Current & Upcoming Shows in Seattle

Report: Orange County Museum of Art

With the exhibition title “Building As Ever,” the 2017 California-Pacific Triennial unites a spectrum of geographies through a theme of flux.

Kelly Akashi

During last year's "Made in LA" Biennial at the Hammer Museum, Kelly Akashi's sculptures were given a prime spot in the museum's central courtyard;...

Wura-Natasha Ogunji

Wura-Natasha Ogunji is an artist based in Austin, Texas, and Lagos, Nigeria, who does work on paper, video and performances. Her performances are very...

REPORT: Oakland/Berkeley

The 1960s were a time of tremendous growth and unrest for the United States. The assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963 during...

REPORT: Dallas

Less than six months into the role, Agustín Arteaga has brought an energetic new vision to his position as new director of the Dallas Museum of Art.

Rachel Lachowicz

Feminist art is trending in a transgender era because new feminisms embrace more expansive definitions of gender— and once again, Rachel Lachowicz is driving...