Marc-Anthony Polizzi’s installations are regional portraits commenting on contemporary consumer culture’s emphasis on the disposable.
Hoop Dreams: Basketball and Contemporary Art both celebrates and critiques a game that has grown into a global mega-industry.
Friends of the Orphan Signs sees abandoned roadside signs as a creative and educational opportunity, turning them into revitalized works of art.
The artist’s solo exhibition in Santa Fe transports viewers away from New Mexico’s adobe-clad chile-tinged capital city.
Ode to the Lake Sacalaia is an investigation into the retracing of memory and mythology, as captured through photography.
Outriders: Legacy of the Black Cowboy strives to correct the mainstream Western narrative of life on the range.
Montana Modernists: Shifting Perceptions of Western Art details the work and careers of six post-World War II artists who called Montana home.
La Cartonería Mexicana is drawn from traditional masks, sculptures, toys, and piñatas.
Nicola López and Paula Wilson’s exhibition Becoming Land considers anthropocentric relationships with New Mexico’s desert landscapes.
Among the 479 items listed in the Guns of History Auction in Las Vegas were several Lakota objects.
Art for the Future: Artists Call and Central American Solidarities portrays how Artists Call swiftly created a transnational network working toward a single purpose.
The Thief Collector goes beyond the 1985 theft of Willem de Kooning’s “Woman-Ochre” to explore the speculative history of the presumed thieves who held onto it for over 30 years.