By employing a slow, deliberate process in which control is paramount, Remington shaped her passage in time.
By constructing a highly detailed world based on historical events, Jasper de Biejer gives himself permission to ponder the past.
In her “Mother Paintings,” Bradford’s observations of life in a pandemic have merged with her interior world.
By repeatedly returning to the same motif, Lees attempts the impossible, which is to freeze a particular object, individual, or moment in time.
Giorno sets up your expectations and then pulls the rug out.
Grill’s diaphanous brushstrokes and floating forms express a world in a state of unavoidable change.
Ahrong Kim is a masterful ceramic sculptor whose touchstone is a young Asian woman’s head.
Brazilian artist Caetano de Almeida lets colors call to colors, and shapes to shapes, as he works his way across the painting.
Lerner’s new works evoke an asymmetrical kaleidoscopic hum, as geometric forms and multiple hues dance around each other.
Derek Boshier’s commitment to being a witness to the catastrophes and jarring discrepancies of daily living has contributed to his near-invisibility in New York.
Bollinger is a major artist chronicling a substantial sector of American life.
Ryman’s sculpture embodies DIY aesthetics raised to a high level of sophistication while remaining modest and self-effacing.