Rothenberg’s room-sized installation collages images of haunting objects from the Spertus Institute’s archives of Judica and the Holocaust with photographs of migrant camps in present-day Germany.
Painter and teacher David Criner’s show of new, large abstractions sees the artist revisiting themes from his days as a student, when one can imagine it was easier to look at the world eyes agog.
Although she never proclaimed herself a Surrealist, Gertrude Abercrombie’s nocturnal visions show an uncanny world of felines, crescent moons, and solitary women inside and out.
The latest forensic technology reveals layers of process and artistic practice behind some of the world’s most ancient surviving portraits.
Prints, drawings and studies featuring illustrations of Dante’s “Inferno” by a “degenerate” artist of early-twentieth-century Germany.
An ephemeral sculptural installation and performance elegantly softened the threshold between the object and the body.
A strong group show of painting and sculpture about maintaining hope in a dark time.