‘Re-Purpose’

Uncertainty and change are possibly the only constants in our environment. Any action committed by an organism is met with an almost immediate reaction; some predictable, some not. What matters most is how we respond and adapt. ReŸ-Purpose, the current exhibition at Kaneko is a creative response to changes that have occurred in the world. […]

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Variety Show

If variety is the spice of life, then summer in the art world is the most flavorful season of all, when galleries feature their market basket of represented artists. Modern Arts Midtown continues this warm weather ritual of the mega group show with its Summer Exhibition,featuring nineteen artists from its stable. The show, which opened […]

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‘Grass is Always Greener’

Have you ever been at a crossroads?  Did you ever need a moment of guidance before making your next move? Petshop Gallery offers just that sort of perspective with its exhibit The Grass Is Always Greenerwith artist Rob Walters, opening August 2, from 7-10 p.m. The Grass Is Always Greenerfeatures photographs taken by Rob Walter […]

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Experimental Portrait

The Little Gallery in Benson will hold an opening reception for Remixing: An Experimental Portrait Serieson August 2, from 6 p.m to 9 p.m during Benson First Friday. Remixing: An Experimental Portrait Seriesdisplays the work of Shawnequa Linder who works in painting, which can also be sculptural, and in photography. The show is a series […]

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‘Chica’

There is still time to visit El Museo Latino and catch Chica, an exhibition of original pastel drawings by Joseph Broghammer. The exhibition opened at this South Omaha venue on June 22nd. Artist Broghammer was commissioned in 2017 to produce a series of drawings to illustrate the children’s book, Chica, by arts collector and patron […]

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Pinhole Wizard

Some photographers find creative reward in post-production, in making the final print. Others find more satisfaction in the process of capturing the image. It is in this act of photographing that inspires our artist, Hanns Zischler. Currently on exhibit at the Garden of the Zodiac Gallery, Zischler presents a retrospective of work from 2010 to […]

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Stormy Weather

The work of Minnesota-based Jay Heikes might always have been called down-to-earth. Primarily a sculptor and installation artist, Heikes composes crude but delicate assemblages of found and manipulated objects, often of metal. In his current show now open in Joslyn Art Museum’s Riley CAP Gallery, Heikes has left the familiar confines of the earth to […]

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‘OOOze’

‘I want to be plastic.’—Andy Warhol OOOze, an exhibitioncurated by Angie Seykora opens at Generator Space on Vinton Street July 12th. The subject of the work is, at least roughly, plastic and how ingesting it affects the body. Artists Barber, Adam Roberts and Seykora herself interpret this through their paintings, 2-D multi-media and sculpture respectively. […]

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‘Inner Ear Vision’:

Inner Ear Vision: Sound as Medium is an exhibition opening at The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts July 11th. The show seeks to challenge people in their perception of what sound and art are, or what music and experimentation tend to mean, as well as their intersection. The show is curated by Raven Chacon, Robert […]

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‘Homecoming’

The Union for Contemporary Art presents a new solo exhibit, Angela Drakeford:Homecoming, opening July 11th. Installation artist and sculptor Drakeford examines the healing power of plants and the home garden as a sanctuary of healing and comfort. Building on personal memories, and a palette of real and artificial plants, period furniture, textiles and other domestic […]

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