Micro essays on artists we can’t stop thinking about
On finding comfort in simplicity.
Sparkling aural textures tangle with a narrative of tragedies and triumphs.
Providing space and care for people with disabilities through references to historical painting.
On falling in love with a painter through one photograph.
Intricate baskets blur the line between functional objects and artistry.
Marvelous and strange drawings pose questions about the visual world.
Abstracting myths and archetypes in evocative marble.
A new blue is just one of the reasons to love Krick’s latest series.
On the radical queer embodiment of Ron Athey’s performances.
The stiff gravitas of US politicians made floppy and satirical.
Painting California’s watersheds as a way to cope with the climate crisis.
Exploring fantastical and surreal subjects in masterful portraits.
The pleasure of finding ways to describe a filmmaker’s roving vision.
On feeling guilty enjoying a Luke Chueh painting.
Betye Saar’s found object assemblages visualize the possibility of liberation.
The power of Black women portraying themselves as diverse and beautiful.
Listening to music as an act of kinship.
Conflicting desires in fields of soft pastel and leaden graphite details
A glitchy, intimate escape during quarantine questions value systems