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