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April 2018

November 11-December 16, 2017   Claire Milbrath’s recent series of narrative paintings are populated with figures that appear to interact while remaining oddly disconnected, echoing the bizarre and intriguing Aldous Huxley novel Crome Yellow, the inspiration behind these works. Milbrath’s signature style, contradictorily and refreshingly naïve, while

January 13, 2018-February 10, 2018   The rediscovery of concrete poetry, more than a half-century after its emergence, stems both from the pleasures and the pains of the digital universe. The graphic context of a type-based intermedium fusing the visual with the verbal has been rendered commonplace

The Critical Eye by, Phil Tarley Mare's new photographic-based works interpret "Requiem," the last poem from Kathy Acker's final book, "Eurydice in the Underworld." Los Angeles-based artist Aline Mare grew up in New York City and began her career as an image maker and performer in the

January 7-28, 2018   Kio Griffith’s installation simulated characteristics of algorithmic systems using pre-digital media such as books, newspapers and cardboard boxes from vinyl record album sets. The project was inspired by the artist’s recent discovery of his late father’s diaries, which prompted him to think about

March 3-April 28, 2018   Katherine Sherwood has had a longstanding interest in brain structure as holographic paradigm. In the early 1990s, she began incorporating imagery of the human brain, along with satellite imagery, as motifs in her painting. Although thematically different, both kinds of imagery appeared