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Artists You Should Know Spirits rooted in animism often exist independent from definitive religious forms. They have an intersecting ontological premonition, an everyday existence and an invisible realm populated by the

Artists You Should Know Immigrants have long come to

Artists You Should Know Starting with a small, single

Artists You Should Know   Yaron Hakim makes drawings/paintings that

Aspect/Ratio Hương Ngô: Reap the Whirlwind September 7—October 20, 2018 In Hương Ngô’s latest exhibition, Reap The Whirlwind, the artist samples archival documents, vintage pulp novels, film sequences and historic postcards to recover

Regards Judith Geichman: Diamond September 12—October 24, 2018 Chicago-based artist Judith

K Contemporary, Denver Daisy Patton: A Rewilded Arcadia October 6—27,

Greg Kucera Gallery Marie Watt: Companion Species Calling Companion

The J. Paul Getty Museum Presents Gordon Parks’ Flavio Story July 9 – November 10, 2019   Gordon Parks was the most accomplished black American photographer, whose major works were produced from 1940-1970.  His

May 2 through June 22, 2019 At Fahey/Klein Gallery Whimsical,

 Stephen Varble in the Demonstration Costume Chemical Bank Protest, March 1976.  Photographs By

Aspect/Ratio Hương Ngô: Reap the Whirlwind September 7—October 20, 2018 In