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“David Ford: Bare Edge,” Bunker Center for the Arts

“David Ford: Bare Edge,” Bunker Center for the Arts

David Ford’s abrasive style is on full display in his exhibit, “Bare Edge,” at the Bunker Center for the Arts. Containing paintings and assemblages made from 2014 to 2016, the show is a colorful and surreal exploration of Ford’s travels to Cuba, Ethiopia and Haiti alongside works about the USA. Pleasantly, Ford’s exhibition is not […]

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“Warren Rosser: Loitering with Intent,” “Debra Smith: Recent Work,” “Samara Umbral: She-Bop,” Haw Contemporary

“Warren Rosser: Loitering with Intent,” “Debra Smith: Recent Work,” “Samara Umbral: She-Bop,” Haw Contemporary

When Warren Rosser settled into his enviable Crossroads studio he made sure to get the lighting just right. For a seasoned painter exploring color relationships in depth, the results have been transformative.  “Loitering with Intent,” his first solo exhibition at Haw Contemporary, features more than a dozen new paintings by a masterful abstract colorist at […]

Farewell to Akio Takamori

Under director Jayson Lawfer, the Chicago-based The Nevica Project created this “Farewell to Akio Takamori” video. (Lawfer had a hand in the founding of the Kansas City-based Cerbera Gallery and the two galleries often share and exchange work.) For more about The Nevica Project), visit www.thenevicaproject.com In conjunction with the video, The Nevica Project posted […]

Exhibition Opening, Rashid Johnson: Hail We Now Sing Joy

Exhibition Opening, Rashid Johnson: Hail We Now Sing Joy

Thursday, February 9, 2017 to Sunday, May 21, 2017 Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Hail We Now Sing Joy features a new body of work by Chicago-born, New York-based artist Rashid Johnson, a chapter following his acclaimed exhibition Fly Away at Hauser & Wirth Gallery, New York. This exhibition includes Johnson’s Anxious Audience, large-scale panels […]

Arts News: Adventurer Shares His Stories at Kauffman Center

Arts News: Adventurer Shares His Stories at Kauffman Center

From the rainforests of Peru to the Serengeti in Africa to Yellowstone National Park, wildlife documentarian Charlie Hamilton James feels right at home in nature. James’ love of the great outdoors and photography have taken him on many adventures while working for “National Geographic Magazine,” specializing in issues concerning conservation, natural history and anthropology. On […]

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