Best known for her large-scale, microscopically-detailed pencil drawings of things like neighborhoods she’s lived in, the American flag, and her grandmother’s tablecloth, she has been part of ma
"Iana Quesnell showed an extensive selection of her pencil and graphite drawings, including some of her signature large-scale maps of civilization, history, and neuroscience; her maps detailing her
What others condemned as wasteful, Montoya saw as an attempt to craft an alternative identity that could not be smothered by calls to assimilate into mainstream American culture—-which often exc
The show quotes the former New York mayor Ed Koch in its title and expands on a project that the American artist Martha Rosler initiated in 1989 titled "If You Lived Here…" that dealt with gentr
Works dangle from the ceiling, line the wall, cover floors, fill vitrines and – in the case of an extensive mesh of knotted rope by Anya Gallaccio – cascade out through the trees in the gallery
Examples include housing created by architect Teddy Cruz for the San Diego-Tijuana border...Exhibition associate curator Sean Anderson says there will be “many different things of different scal
This is one of those exhibitions you just hate to love.
Angie Jennings principally works in performance but offers a large painting here.
Schwartz has invented his own environment that apes natural forms and processes...In this way, he sets up a dichotomy between the real and the virtual, with his waves and clouds appearing to be
Minimalism and representation are just two aspects of these intriguing works, however, as they also represent a deconstruction of digital techniques employed in unexpected ways.