Sunday, August 18, 2019

Picturing Possibilities: William T. Wiley in Retrospect

Wiley is perhaps the most versatile artist in the history of American art.

West of Rome Public Art

Transforming perceptions through Public Art, Emi Fontana takes to the streets, billboards,
and even graveyards of LA

Jim Marshall

Legendary photographer Jim Marshall captured the revolutionary music and spirit of a generation.

William Kentridge: Animating Agency

South African artist William Kentridge makes his mark in an ambitious, multi-themed non-retrospective at SFMOMA

Pillars of Glass

a community of far-flung but close-knit artists
is leading a glass renaissance in the pacific northwest

young at art: 15 artists under 35

When publisher Horace Greeley advised the youth of his era to “Go west ... ! And grow with the country!” he surely had other things on his mind than contemporary art.

Richard Diebenkorn’s MFA

although widely associated with the bay area, it was in New Mexico that the famed landscape painter came of age

Light Makes Right

a striking retrospective in san diego of light and space artist robert irwin flaunts the artist’s exploratory, ethereal grandeur.

Remaking Mythology

sculptor alison saar recycles ancient archetypes through her own rough-hewn, lyrical lens to explore the stages in women’s lives.

a mutable feast

In drawing, sculpture, video, and installation works, Santa Fe artist James Drake tackles difficult subjects with exquisite versatility.

Painting with Words

Emerging artist Alexandra Grant crafts elaborate webs of words in paint and wire to examine the ways we look at language.

mistress of satire

Balancing sarcasm and sweetness in her depictions of African American women, painter Loren Holland gleefully debunks stereotypes.
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