An exhibitiong arising from the personal experience of breast cancer.
Exploring the validity of history, social constructs of beauty and the ubiquitous digital mediation of everyday life.
Collectives and artists from the former Soviet Republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, as well as Afghanistan and Mongolia.
Gray clouds give way to an overwhelming sense of sun-drenched well-being and tranquility.
Artists from the distant port cities depict shared concerns of globalization.
An abundance of biomorphic forms and rich ideas.
An environment that focused on the animation of images instead of the images themselves.
A surprising overview of recent and early paintings.