An exhibition that casts a wide net, from Suprematism to Light and Space. David M. Roth reports.
Post-Black art that pushes beyond binaries. David M. Roth reviews.
Print series shows how somethingness can be created from nothingness. Mark Van Proyen reviews.
Topographies of the psyche. Karl Daum reports.
She was a painter — until she hit upon the idea of making “paintings” with thread. Renny Pritikin reviews.
For the Saars, challenging racism is a family affair.
A retrospective look at one of America’s premier quilters.
African and Western traditions go head-to-head at Legion of Honor.
How to represent nature? Three visions. David M. Roth reports.
“Father of video art” gets a full-on retrospective.
Artists and curators ask: what might a caring society look like? David M. Roth reviews.
Scaling the heights of chromatic experience.
A wide-angle view of one of America’s preeminent Black painters.
Artist turned natural historian scours the globe to paint endangered and extinct species.
Artist exhumes the “gardens” of America’s colonial past. David M. Roth reviews.
Drawings offer a portal into a complex practice. David M. Roth reviews.