GANs and NFTs
May 28, 2021

Blockchain and AI are two big, buzzy art-and-tech topics, and they have intersected in unexpected ways, especially during this year’s crypto art boom. Continue reading

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State of the Union: Faith Ringgold at Glenstone
May 4, 2021

For decades, Faith Ringgold has invited the dark shadows of American life onto the nation’s bright face, chronicling its grim histories, untold betrayals, and unsung heroes. The sound-bite description of the artist—Black Power activist, feminist, maker of story quilts—subsumes the complexities of her fulsome vision and personal voice. Her politics, while prophetic, earned her little […] Continue reading

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New Definitions: Kevin McNamee-Tweed at Steve Turner
April 22, 2021

Kevin McNamee-Tweed’s proclivity for the fragment and for small to very small formats can make his shows read like trails of clues. “Probable Presence,” an assemblage of nearly seventy works dated between 2019 and 2021, feels like an unspooling of partial disclosures, an aggregation of winks and nods. Throughout his drawings, paintings, and works in […] Continue reading

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