Bringing It All Back Home reveals that Patrick Kikut is an unsentimental explorer of the West, manifesting an intrepid curiosity and respect for the land through which he moves.
In Goodnight Moon, Rachel Rose’s ambitious and deeply researched work opens multiple tiny entry points into vast stories of past and future days and ages.
Perplexities acknowledges complexity and the unaccountable and meets it with one kind of certainty: deeply considered and well executed art.
The centerpiece of Nima Nabavi: Visiting is the intricate geometry that he practices, letting the silent slide of his pens continue their daily run to infinity.
Masha Sha’s drawings are made in stillness alternating with something like fever, with words built of lanky linear planks unfolding at angles.
Connections With the Land in Works by Kim Arthun, Michael Bisbee, and Judy Richardson at Exhibit 208
Kim Arthun, Michael Bisbee, and Judy Richardson are New Mexico artists connected by their engagement with land and landscape at Exhibit 208.
Hills Snyder entered the multiple spaces of Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric in daylight, but left in a twilight state.