Wayne Gonzales, detail from Parking Lot (2014).

Wayne Gonzales

Ida Applebroog, from Ephemera (2014).

New Editions from Diane Villani and Hauser & Wirth

Richard Tuttle, detail from Cloth (2002-2005).

Richard Tuttle at Bowdoin

Ellen Heck, detail from Anna as Frida from Forty Fridas (2011-2012).

Ellen Heck

  • David Altmejd

    David Altmejd, K.O. and D.B. from Ringers (2014).

    David Altmejd, K.O. and D.B. from Ringers (2014).

    For those accustomed to experiencing the works of David Altmejd in three dimensions and at a large scale, in immersive installations in which glass and mirrors compound mysteries of facture and content, this set of mixed-medium prints will come as a surprise. …Read more

  • Popularity, Populism and the Poster

    “My posters are not intended for close or detailed examination,” Jules Chéret once remarked. Ironically, Chéret is one of the few artists whose posters have since the 19th century been the subject of careful scrutiny; for the most part they have remained in the shadows of art historical scholarship, rarely treated in any depth. …Read more

  • Judy Ledgerwood

    Judy Ledgerwood’s new prints derive from the painter’s installation at Chicago’s Graham Foundation. Three of the Prairie Style mansion’s reception rooms were emptied of contents and their walls painted in a silver geometric floral pattern over grounds of dayglo pink, red and orange. The pattern’s tight repeat was loosely painted …Read more

  • Jeffrey Dell

    The party is over, but the bits of wrapping paper, bows and ribbon are strewn on the floor, decorative streamers dangle overhead and leftover cake is crusting-up on the counter. These relics have a power to haunt the psyches of guests, hosts and celebrants. …Read more