July, 15, 2019,

Lingua Naturae

By Marjorie Bontemps Image: The Calm, mixed media on canvas, by Diamond Walker As you enter the Historic Greenwood District, Black Wall Street (BWT) gallery sits to the...

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...

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!...

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...

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—...

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...

American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters

By Megan Rossman Image: Vanessa Jennings (Kiowa), Tipi, 1990, leather, wood, pigment Although the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City houses an extensive collection of...

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...

Alexis Austin’s Possible Selves

By John Selvidge Image: Alexis Austin's Welcome to the Traffic Jam in the Inasmuch Gallery at Oklahoma City Community College, photo by John Selvidge Does...

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