Contemporary Art

Los Angeles to Pittsburgh: Guest Curating from a City in Transition

Los Angeles-based writer and curator Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer reflects on her experience jurying this year's Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibition.

POSTED: 07.01.16

Celebrating the Playful and Ephemeral Art of Alison Knowles

At the opening of her Forum exhibition, Alison Knowles embraced the playful nature of her work with a memorable (and colorful) event.

POSTED: 06.24.16

In Abounaddara’s ‘The Russian Plane,’ Airstrikes and the Human Toll are Considered

Abounaddara: The Right to the Image is an online art exhibition that seeks to illuminate the contemporary conditions of the Syrian revolution.

POSTED: 11.06.15

In Abounaddara’s ‘Return of the Son,’ a Young Man is Martyred

Abounaddara: The Right to the Image is an online art exhibition that seeks to illuminate the contemporary conditions of the Syrian revolution.

POSTED: 10.30.15

In Abounaddara’s ‘The Kid,’ a Young Boy is Burdened by War

Abounaddara: The Right to the Image is an online art exhibition that seeks to illuminate the contemporary conditions of the Syrian revolution.

POSTED: 10.23.15

Tracing the Origins of Jacqueline Humphries’s Luminous Paintings

Jacqueline Humphries discusses influences, work habits, and her formative years in New York during the 1980s.

POSTED: 06.25.15

Born to Paint: Jacqueline Humphries’s New Direction

A true original, Jacqueline Humphries takes her signature silver and black-light paintings in an imaginative new direction.

POSTED: 06.17.15