• The World as Ornament: On The American Pre-Raphaelites: Radical Realists

    Bailey Trela takes a look at the "The American Pre-Raphaelites: Radical Realists" exhibit at the National Gallery of Art.

    “It’s all a big joke”: Sarah Lucas’s Au Naturel at the Hammer Museum

    Natasha Boyd reviews the "Au Naturel" retrospective exhibition of Sarah Lucas at the Hammer Museum.

    What Does it Mean for Los Angeles When the Frieze Art Fair Comes to Town?

    Melissa Karlin examines the staying power of contemporary art fairs in Los Angeles.

    A Free World His Own: The Indomitable Spirit of Bill Traylor

    Andrew M. Davenport reviews "Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor" at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

    Zoe Leonard’s Photographic Elegies

    Grace Hadland considers the meaning of accumulation in Zoe Leonard's recent exhibition "Survey" at the Museum of Contemporary Art.

    Imagining Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago’s “Never a Lovely So Real”

    Eli Rudavsky reviews the Art Institute of Chicago's recent exhibition, "Never a Lovely So Real."

    “The Republican Club”: A Teachable Moment

    What might a conversation between student and professor about "The Republican Club" look like?