more by Jack Foran
published on Jul. 26, 2017 12am
A “pocket of resistance” of the artists to Trump and his minions and their maleficent works and pomps.
published on Jul. 19, 2017 8am
At CEPA, a superb beginning to a series exploring the Israeli avant garde.
published on Jul. 12, 2017 10am
At Porter and Jersey, a garden that honors William Shakespeare
published on Jun. 27, 2017 6pm
At Western New York Artists Group Gallery, an exhibition and spirited discussion of art and gardening.
published on Jun. 23, 2017 9pm
Works by five modern artists, 1910-1965, underscore the evolution of the term and of contemporary art’s modes and purposes.
published on Jun. 14, 2017 1am
At WNYBAC, poet Trudy Stern and visual artist Michael Morgulis show what partners of 40 years can do together and apart.
published on Jun. 7, 2017 12am
The artists doesn’t use brushes or ink, but the results and effects are much like those of classic Chinese painting.
published on May. 31, 2017 12am
Two of our art critics visit the same show. Both are moved—each in a different direction.
published on May. 24, 2017 12am
At UB Anderson Gallery, three artists make use of objects from the Cravens Collection of pre-modern artifacts.
published on May. 17, 2017 12am
One artist offers paintings of young African Americans, the other mixed media examining the legacies of the Vietnam War.