Portraits of distant relatives survive a married couple’s home reorganization, the subjects’ friendship in life an inspiration for the future.
Photographs stage a confrontation between the idea of an object and its representation, and demonstrate how Form can overwhelm aesthetic pursuit.
Our latest Artwork Biography is from writer Noelle Nicholson. In ‘A Woman’s Work’ Noelle shares her investigation into Grace Carpenter Hudson’s ‘Blue Monday,’ an unusual painting of a Pomo Indian woman and child.
Mario Torero on leaving art school, his place in the Chicano art movement, and fifty years of bringing color to the streets.