April, 25, 2019,

Review: [In]Translation

By Krystle Brewer Separated by the immeasurable space between two minds, the ability to directly connect with another individual must be facilitated through spoken and...

Review: Amanda Jolley’s Paper Memory

by C.J. Charbonneau Image: Installation view, Paper Memory, photo by CJ Charbonneau In a world of diminishing personal connections, where every story is carefully crafted for...
Melvin Edwards, 2016. Photographs by Brandon Seekins. Courtesy Oklahoma Contemporary

Review: Melvin Edwards “In Oklahoma”

By Lauren Scarpello The 79-year old Houston native Melvin Edwards recently completed a residency in our state unearthing a trove of found objects assembled into...

Remember This, Philbrook Downtown

By Liz Blood Image: Sanford Biggers and Jennifer Zackin, a small world…, 1999–2001, single-channel video projection, 6:30 min., photo by Liz Blood The four video works in Remember This...

Looking Back on BEYOND: Factory Obscura Pushed the Envelope

by John Selvidge Photos courtesy of Factory Obscura and available at www.factoryobscura.com/beyond. Comparable to large-scale interactive installations pioneered by Meow Wolf in Santa Fe and City...

Obscene: An Ekphrasis

by Gretchen Vanwormer Mel Bochner’s Obscene (2014). Monoprint with engraving on collaged paper. 30.5 x 22.5 cm. Viewed as part of Philbrook Museum’s exhibition Amazing!...

A New Space: Whitney Forsyth in Atrium Art

By Catherine Crain Image: Whitney Forsyth's Reveal in the First Presbyterian Church atrium in Tulsa, photo by Catherine Crain The arts in downtown Tulsa have expanded—...

Limitless Space, Orth Contemporary

by Liz Blood Image: Chris Trueman, “CFI,” detail, acrylic, acrylic spray, and yupo on sintra “Expand your perception through visual experience” sounds a bit like a...

Feel Yourself: Recess/ed at Living Arts

By Zack Reeves Image: Tabitha Nikolai, Shrine Maidens, 2018, virtual environment made in the Unity game engine In its exhibition statement, Recess/ed promises to help the...

Nicolas Gadbois: Semaphor

By C.J. Charbonneau Image: Work by Nicolas Gadbois In Semaphor, an exhibition of twenty-one 12” x 10” painted concrete tablets, Nicolas Gadbois ruminates on civilizations ancient and...

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