A 20-year survey writhes with raw energy and material inventiveness. Maria Porges reports.
Dioramas and relief paintings that probe our increasingly fraught relationship with nature.
A clever, self-aware bundle of contradictions, Arneson, right up to the end, laughed and winced at mankind’s ultimate predicament.
In Hundt and Newhagen the fighting spirit of Dada is alive and well. Their work points to the extant power of irrationality.
Watch this video and learn how Dougherty transforms tons of sticks into architectural masterpieces that quite literally jump the nature/culture divide.
Tony May’s SJICA retrospective showcases the artist’s genius for embedding strong ideas in meticulously crafted objects that both tweak and invoke art history.
There’s plenty of mystery in Peter VandenBerge’s elongated, primitive faces; but their punch comes from a distinct brand of ‘60s-era, Duchamp-influenced absurdism.