Works of art by a self-proclaimed saint from Georgia are on view at the country’s foremost center for outsider and self-taught artists.
Saccoccio makes paintings that stimulate and energize with vibrant abstraction.
Art of the end times reminds us that we’ve been here before, and we lived to tell the tale.
Decades of Olsen’s paintings reflect his experience in Vietnam through layered abstraction.
In this group show, a variety of mostly figurative sculptures succeed by being quirky.
The Art Institute’s Rodin centennial exhibition plays it straight with cramped quarters and few surprises.
Schneider’s richly layered exposures trace the moon’s path over a lunar cycle.