Art In America

Charles Ross

Immersion in Charles Ross's exhibition "Solar Burns" had, at least for this viewer, the mesmerizing effect that one might feel upon stumbling into the depths of some strange, outré laboratory, or glimpsing the bowels of that quite incomprehensible...

Oli Sihvonen

If ever there were an artist's career deserving of upward assessment, it is surely that of the under-known hard-edge abstract painter Oli Sihvonen (1921-1991). Aptly titled "Energy Fields," this exhibition of 40 years' work seemed to emanate both...

David Solomon

David Solomon has been an active member of the Santa Fe art community for the 11 years he has lived here, as both a painter and an independent curator. His latest exhibition demonstrated not only his artistic maturity but also his consistent drive...

Harmony Hammond

It’s been said “there are no secrets except the secrets that keep themselves.” Among the many observations that one could float about Harmony Hammond’s recent paintings is that they convey the feeling of such secrets. One came away from this...

Eric Tillinghast

Initially conceived in 2008 as a web-only enterprise, LAUNCHPROJECTS has been augmented by a private exhibition space dedicated to emerging artists. Last spring the gallery presented work by California-based Eric Tillinghast in a two-venue...

Brent Green, Klara Kristalova, Ruben Ochoa

SITE Santa Fe described its 2009 summer offering, slyly, as a “suite of three one-person exhibitions” presenting “whimsical” yet “simultaneously challenging experiences.” In point of fact, visitors were not so much challenged as visibly unnerved, at...

Kellogg Johnson, Carol Mothner and John Fincher

In the arcane world of archeological research into ancient science, no discovery hasā?Æbeen more jaw-dropping than theā?Æso-called Antikythera device, a highly complex apparatus with multiple dials and gears discovered more than a century ago at the...

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