by Aaminah Shakur With US IS THEM the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art has brought to Grand Rapids an exhibition that pulls together work from diverse artists, of diverse styles and mediums, the likes of which the city has not hosted before. The show features over sixty works by thirty two contemporary living artists of national and international … Continue reading
Time Passes and the Gulf Water Rises as New Orleans Airlift Rallies a Culture Against an Impending Apocalypse
New Orleans Airlift was founded in 2008 in response to Hurricane Katrina and the effect it had on upon local artists
“In an era when e-mail and texting dominates long-distance communication, the nostalgia of ‘snail mail’ art is a welcome diversion.”
Expressions of Faith features imagery from Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, as well as spiritual traditions of Africa and Japan.
The exhibition showcases the wealth of the Muskegon Museum’s collection, reminding viewers of the past zeal for collecting.
by Tamara Fox David Deming’s show at the Muskegon Museum of Art is comprised of approximately thirty sculptures, as well as several drawings and wood maquettes. The latter give insight into the artist’s working process, as well as the origin of several repeated forms. Some of the featured abstract motifs have been explored by Deming … Continue reading
If Hieronymus Bosch, Kenny Scharf, and Mark Ryden made an art baby together, it would look like Eric Kuhl.
“Subversion changes things.”
“The idea of ‘sculptural guilt’ has lead me directly to working with renewables and found materials. For me, making is about asking questions; thinking with our hands… I believe that art’s purpose is in asking them. ”
The public is invited to attend the closing reception of Influence from 7-9PM
This little exhibit is a gem of painterly expression.