Antoinette Cauley creates expressive portraiture to bridge hyperlocal and global concerns in I Do It For The Hood, Pt. 2 in Phoenix.
In Designed to Move, the microscopic is magnified in Taylor James’s photographs of Colorado Plateau seedpods, revealing a design intelligence humans can only hope to approximate.
Abstraction in Albuquerque: Six Artists at the Inpost Artspace—more than a half-decade in the making—materialized after a co-curator spotted a 1991 poster inside of a now closed warehouse.
Textile artist Paolo Arao explores queerness through his materials, line work, titles, and forms in his show A Selection of Recent Works at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver.
Vision and Sound brings work by African American artists in Arizona to the overwhelmingly white town of Sedona.
Mesmerizing Flesh, Tamara Kostianovsky’s exhibition of textile sculptures, encapsulates a compelling, if harrowing contradiction between industrial violence and the beauty of corporeal and organic forms.
Outriders: Legacy of the Black Cowboy at Harwood Museum of Art in Taos normalizes the Black cowboy past and present.