His electrifying Neo-Expressionist paintings delve the psychological aspects of global conflict.
Archives for May 2015
“The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described” forces us to feel the terrible power of technology, a power usually concealed behind friendly veneers.
For Meyer, meaning accrued from the energy given off by materials he selected and by his exacting manipulation of them.
The sex appeal of architecture? Hall finds it in a juxtaposition of images. Elwyn Palmerton reports.
Home on the range? Not quite. Gilles uses the Central Valley as a prism through which to view California’s ongoing allure for suckers and scam artists.
A show curated by Rirkrit Tiravanija explores food — and the globalization of the food supply. Mikko Lautamo reviews.
A conceptualist/surrealist view of African-American history from an iconic Bay Area artist. Jeff Kelley reports.
With montages built from home movies, filmmaker Peter Forgács brings to life the culture of Polish Jewry from the interwar years.
Collaborating with nature and chance, Lukas injects fresh life into the term process painting.