An Evanston exhibition revisits the clairvoyant brilliance of the English mystic-artist William Blake and his influence on twentieth-century psychedelia.
Lewis returns with large-scale drawings and haunting sculptures made from remnants of a previous show.
Seven women take on the figure in all kinds of media.
New paintings by Kunz shows off her eye for color and formal interplay.
Masters of figural abstraction from different centuries go tête-à-tête.
Syntax and form are thoughtfully explored in this playful, petite show.