Category Archives: Katzen Arts Center

Andrei Molodkin: Crude

It can be a bothersome pairing, art and politics. Politics strives for deliverables and metrics; art may provide neither. If we are to consider the contemporary art world and not, say, the art of the Occupy move­ment, then the relationship

Andrei Molodkin: Crude

It can be a bothersome pairing, art and politics. Politics strives for deliverables and metrics; art may provide neither. If we are to consider the contemporary art world and not, say, the art of the Occupy move­ment, then the relationship

Painted Diplomacy: Tomokazu Matsuyama at AU

“Thousand Regards,” Japanese-American artist Tomokazu Matsuyama’s solo exhibition at American University (through May 20), is timed to coincide with the Cherry Blossom Festival but it’s miles away from the Mall.

Painted Diplomacy: Tomokazu Matsuyama at AU

“Thousand Regards,” Japanese-American artist Tomokazu Matsuyama’s solo exhibition at American University (through May 20), is timed to coincide with the Cherry Blossom Festival but it’s miles away from the Mall.

Well Hung: Q&A with Sam Gilliam

Sam Gilliam’s most celebrated accomplishment — the suspended painting — made its debut at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in September 1969. While other artists like Richard Tuttle and William T. Wiley were also experimenting with the unstreched canvas during the same period, Gilliam’s sculptural approach was revolutionary in that

Well Hung: Q&A with Sam Gilliam

Sam Gilliam’s most celebrated accomplishment — the suspended painting — made its debut at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in September 1969. While other artists like Richard Tuttle and William T. Wiley were also experimenting with the unstreched canvas during the same period, Gilliam’s sculptural approach was revolutionary in that