Bloodlines counters heteropatriarchic narratives of fluid and the body with work meditating on the reproductive body, emotional labor, and power. by Andy Johnson
TEMPOart aims to understand the concept of the American dream through a summer lineup of temporary public art installations.
The 2015 Portland Museum of Art Biennial proves to be a tangle of work from talented artists. Helen Greenbriar examines Alison Ferris’ curatorial choices in this already-controversial show.
Freddy LaFage’s new body of work at Perimeter Gallery in Belfast, Maine, explores the struggle of time and the process of letting ideas emerge. by Kathy Weinberg
A found review by Narciso Philostratus looks at Kenny Cole’s show at BUOY, outlining a history of mimetic complexity in works we often don’t (or can’t) read in their totalities. by Jeffrey Ackerman
The creative community doesn’t just exist in bigger cities — and in a small village, the work might even have a bigger impact. by Marques Bostic