The pieces in this exhibition are apt examples of just how smart and complex purely ‘decorative’ objects can be.
The best of Kageyama Kōyō’s photography contains a nuanced dramatic power that is both aesthetic and political.
The strong connections between Andy Warhol’s early drawings and his later Pop-pieces become clear as you walk through the exhibition.
Each artist leverages the power of abstraction to bewilder in ways that provoke ideas and a variety of emotional reactions.
At its best, the playful absurdity of Franz West’s work seduces the viewer.
This engaging exhibition features the work of 6 artists who meditate on the demise of the analog film image, exploring celluloid’s “particular visual, material, aural, and even metaphoric characteristics.”