An immersive installation flits between the material and the ephemeral in a spatialized exploration of our digital present.
This potent but modest exhibition of the American Surrealist makes the case for a larger retrospective.
Four beguiling oils steeped in the psycho-sexual vernacular of surrealism, a halfway state between desire and its sublimation.
Niffenegger’s sculptures court the ethereal, delighting in small details, while manipulated prints smear the meaning out of things.
Five artists consider repertoires of digital image-making in paintings and drawings.
A tribute to the late Sabina Ott (1955-2018).
Four artists of Japan’s Creative Print Movement who sought to make fine art from the reproducible medium in the first half of the twentieth century.
This is not just a revival of traditional Chinese landscape painting, it is also its re-invention within a new context that is more international, more public, and less aristocratic.
The first major survey of the influential artist and teacher Charles White in thirty-five years, this exhibition reveals White’s optimism and frames the dignity of his often-disenfranchised subjects.
Bedford’s paintings electrify crashing waves and bone-dry deserts with ekphrastic energy.