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Tony Matelli: Abandon

In Abandon, the artist’s first site-specific installation created for the Lightwell Gallery, Matelli uses weeds to explore metaphor and meaning. The project is deceptively simple, playful, Read More »

Persuasion: Tales of Persuasion and the Avant-Garde

In Persuasion, consumer imagery is appropriated and represented with an oblique view through the eyes of the artist rather than the boardroom. Combined, their works shed an Read More »

Hospice: A Photographic Inquiry

This exhibition explores and communicates to the public the experience and meaning of hospice care. The approaches of the five artists vary substantially in their Read More »

Mark Dean Veca: El Gloominator

El Gloominator is the cartoon equivalent of a blockbuster movie. The monumental, 40-foot high, floor-to-ceiling mural depicts a humongous, pea-green blob dramatically plunging – against a Read More »

Judith Yourman: Offending History

Judith Yourman juxtaposes various formats – still photographs, video, and artists’ books – in order to play with the relationship between meaning and meditation. In Offending Read More »

Joe Sacco

Joe Sacco draws the world in tension, forcing humor, compassion, and ambiguity to collide. Framing his journalistic comics in terms as culturally sophisticated as his Read More »

Mark Dean Veca: El Gloominator

El Gloominator is the cartoon equivalent of a blockbuster movie. The monumental, 40-foot high, floor-to-ceiling mural depicts a humongous, pea-green blob dramatically plunging – against a Read More »