This three-person exhibition, featuring Sheri Fleck Rieth, Tom Lee and Herb Rieth, had the essence of a play with charmingly eccentric characters that all share a different perspective on a larger story.
In this hypertext review, Kevin Weil asks, "Is unwrapping a form of archeology?" Make sure to click on everything.....
When entering "Of This Place, Or Thereabouts" one is immediately reminded of an immortal quandary; where’s the party?
"Songs for Driving Home After the Slow Dance" is a review in the form of a short mixtape for Alain Biltereyst’s paintings, a narrative that floats in and out of melody, harmony, rhythm, modes of text, image, and finally, a love story…
Erika Osborne's exhibitionThe Back of the Map at the Center for Art + Environment translates her firsthand experiences in the landscape to something like a field guide.
This new exhibition by Finnish artist Mika Taanila organizes five works as a sort of dark, tunneling journey towards an expansive visual and aural crescendo.
Five years after the Cedar River inundated downtown Cedar Rapids, this city is bracing for another deluge. The current exhibition at Legions Arts, "Trouble the Water," is a timely exhibition that reveals floods as an enduring source of human anxiety and explores thier relation to global climate change.
Memory Old and New continues Brett Williams's abiding interest in the absurdities of contemporary modes of communication in the form of a mini audiovisual monument at Bruno David Gallery.
In “A Willing Transfer of Belief” at Johansson Projects, Michelle Blade and Hillary Wiedemann present works that investigate the intangibility of being and light.