Monday, April 23, 2018

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...

Palm Springs: Donald Wexler’s Desert Modernism

Aware of the extreme landscape and climate, Wexler tailored energy-efficient designs for the harsh desert, using mostly inorganic materials such as steel, glass and concrete.

Report: Seattle

A host of current and upcoming exhibitions parade Northwest arts au natural.

Hamilton Press: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Report: Venice, CA

Report: Denver

On its 40th anniversary, the Arvada Center looks both back and ahead at the state of Colorado Art.

REPORT: Chicago

A confluence of exhibitions and events in Chicago this spring puts a welcome spotlight on the influence of Latino artists in the midwest.

REPORT: Los Angeles

Inspired by the ideas of painter Sam Francis, a new initiative called Creativity Matters is championing education reform.

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.

San Francisco

San Francisco's art world marks a dramatic shift, with an explosion of relocations and new gallery spaces, and the much-anticipated opening of the expanded SFMOMA.

REPORT: San Francisco

The 1915 Panama - Pacific International Exposition, one hundred years later

Report: Palm Springs

With its new Edwards Harris Pavilion for architecture and design, the Palm Springs Art Museum gives new life, and purpose, to a midcentury modernist gem.

REPORT: San Jose

ZERO1 Expands its footprint

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“Flower Tree,” 2014 Matt Wedel, NCECA

NCECA 2017 in Portland

SPOTLIGHT: Houston

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