‘Shaped by the Other’

We live amongst a network of boundaries. Some are literal barriers, some are agreed upon imaginary lines and some self-inflicted and internalized. No matter their manifestation, boundaries are the way we are contained. We enclose ourselves with limits, expectations, fears and, most significantly, our own consciousness. In the art exhibit […]

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In Retrospect

The visual artwork of writer and artist Robert Klein Engler, who passed away suddenly last fall, will be on display at Connect Gallery in February. Engler was a painter and a published poet and writer. The exhibit, Retrospective Works by Robert Klein Engler,will feature approximately 20 of his works spanning […]

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‘Oh, the Humanity!’

The Kaneko’s Winter/Spring 2019 exhibition season opened in January withHuman Condition,another multi-media opus that will play on until May 4 at the south edge of the Old Market. Like its previous seasonal offerings that cast a wide net, the new season consists of an encompassing theme, group art exhibit, several […]

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’30 Americans’

With its 30 Americansshow opening February 2, Joslyn Art Museum is going all out to be sure the community takes advantage of this opportunity to view a sweeping exhibition highlighting three decades of contemporary African American art. Assembled from the expansive trove of artworks owned by the Miami mega-collecting Rubell […]

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Wounded Warriors

The Fred Simon Gallery opens its 2019 season with Effects of PTSD, a solo exhibit by Elizabeth Boutin. The artist, a military spouse and Red Cross volunteer working with wounded combat veterans, will exhibit a group of painting inspired by her close involvement with the wounded and her own experiences with depression and PTSD. […]

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‘Northern LIght’

Berlin photographer Jens Knigge recently made a trip to Iceland and Norway and brought back “souvenirs” that are rich, mysterious and serene. Northern Light: Platinum Prints by Jens Knigge, currently on view at Garden of the Zodiac Gallery, documents his journey through the winters of 2013–2016 with images of the aurora borealis […]

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Only Natural

The natural world is the focus of an upcoming exhibit at Sunderland Gallery with a feature on photography by Jim Scholz and Cortney Christensen. Scholz captures images from around the world and close to home; his portfolio featuring urban and rural landscapes with rich color and light. While his compositions […]

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