more by Jack Foran
published on Jun. 4, 2019 8am
This first novel by author Tamario Pettigrew unfolds in a section of the City of Buffalo most Buffalonians know little about.
published on Apr. 30, 2019 10am
One artist in two galleries, exhibiting two very different sets of work.
published on Apr. 8, 2019 10am
[LECTURE] The New York Times described Lynda Barry as “among the greatest conjoiners of words and images, known for plumbing all kinds of touchy subjects in cartoons, comic strips, and novels, both graphic and illustrated.” She is giving a reading and talk Thursday,...
published on Mar. 28, 2019 2am
Mourning translated into minimalist works, some using make-up as a medium.
published on Feb. 28, 2019 7am
At UB’s Anderson Gallery, a superbly complex exhibit examines fascist architecture through post-fascist eyes.
published on Feb. 14, 2019 11am
The current exhibit at Squeaky Wheel is about Black Quantum Futurism. It may not be as arcane as it sounds.
published on Feb. 6, 2019 8am
Money and art—two tough topics, which artist Ulysses Atwhen takes on at once in his current exhibit
published on Dec. 18, 2018 6pm
An exhibit at the Burchfield Penney samples the artist’s work from the 1970s to the present
published on Oct. 16, 2018 7am
A principle motif in Kambui Olujimi’s work, we’re told, is time as an element in the “invisible hierarchies that impact our daily lives.”
published on Oct. 9, 2018 7am
A whole imaginary world of ships and shipping enterprises are contained in the artist’s collection of boat models.