Yvette Mayorga demonstrates the efficiency of Rococo in articulating class distortions of US Latinx peoples.
Camille Walala’s “Ice and a Slice” Takes Over XNA Airport
Visible from the sky, a bold new installation signals that art is a part of everyday life in Bentonville, Arkansas.
In Bright Hues and Stained Glass, Sarah Cain Attempts to Conjure the Meditative
Sarah Cain’s colorful abstractions delight with their blurring of boundaries but her latest installation falls short of its site-specific aims.
A Survey of American Art That Isn’t Just Coastal
This thoughtfully curated exhibition is evidence that much compelling and adventurous art is indeed being produced all around the country.
The Allure of Crystals in Art Across Time
Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today pulls together over 75 objects from multiple eras and continents for this millennia-spanning survey on artists’ use of crystals.
How Happy I Am to Have Seen This Little Corner of America in a Museum
When it comes to the word “diversity,” what are we really referring to?
Encountering a Frank Lloyd Wright House 1,200 Miles from Where It First Stood
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — On August 17, 1953, Gloria and Abraham Wilson sent a letter to one of the most famous architects in the United States. It began: “Dear Mr. Wright: Would you design a house for us?”
Scrutiny of Arkansas’s Rich New American Art Museum Begins
Let’s all agree on one thing, if you have to use the term “world-class” then you probably aren’t, but that’s not to say that Arkansas’s Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art isn’t going to make a splash next month when it opens in Bentonville, Arkansas.