Thursday, February 22, 2018

jimi gleason

“Being a painter in SoHo, in the late ’80s, I kept seeing these Cibachrome prints, big shiny photos. I wanted to bring some of that back into painting, to steal it back.”

Critic’s Picks: Houston

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Sarah McKenzie

Boulder, CO-based Sarah McKenzie newest works leave the concerns of traditional realism, and enter the realm of conceptual realism.

SPOTLIGHT: Chicago

Chicago artist SABINA OTT is taking art out of the gallery-and onto her own front yard.

Lisa Anne Auerbach

Ultimately perhaps the most striking aspect to Auerbach’s work, even beyond its bold, quirky, blend of activism and artisanship, is its fluidity.

Kate Bonner

Artist Kate Bonner is drawn to distance, to expressing herself in works that create layers of separation between the viewer and the images and objects she employs.

Holly Roberts

In her photo-painting hybrids Roberts synchronizes the abstract and imaginary with the literal and everyday.

f. berrini

Everyone remembers the cracked, peeling roller-blind wall maps from high school that presented “The World” with such commanding clarity.

roland reiss

Abstract painting has had plenty of passionate, articulate champions over the years, but few have exercised as much material inventiveness as Roland Reiss.

Asian Art the Galleries: 10 Leading Contemporary Galleries

Over the last few years, the reputations of Chinese artists-and the prices for their work-have shot up faster than the new Olympic stadium in Beijing, and with almost as much splash.

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.