Through her attention to detail and light, Hannah Lee transforms a banal view into something uncanny.
The slippage between legibility and illegibility in Leah Ke Yi Zheng’s work pushes against the assumption that a painting must acknowledge its surface.
One of the underlying commonalities among the sites Liu has painted is the deleterious consequences of modernization on a traditional society or group.
Thompson wanted to author a world where the struggle between chaos and order, structure and impulse, the rational and irrational is never settled.
An unclassifiable artist and a deep reader, Jen Bervin has expanded the notion of what it is to be a poet in the 21st century.
In contrast to the speed and bravura of gestural abstraction, new.shiver slows time, and invites viewers to ponder how one might shape time passing.
Her work derives its power from the instability of not knowing exactly what ground you’re standing on when looking at it.
By dealing with class in his art, Bollinger touches on the strain infecting the current “us and them” situation in the United States.
Maia Ruth Lee wants viewers to make associations as well as recognize the unstable world in which she and many others live.
The city could use more political public murals like those of the artist known as Rigo 23.
The position Shear has been defining in his work is one that accepts, contemplates, and reimagines the possibilities of abstract painting.
She invites the viewer to contemplate all the ways we mark and live in time, and how much of what we record and keep we will eventually dispose of.