Through imagery ranging from urban street scenes to national parks and highway tourist attractions, the artists in this exhibit explore the ways in which the road has transformed our relationship to the American landscape.
Enter Park’s visionary world of imagination and creativity, which has emerged from a combination of artistry and her lifelong struggle with autism.
Small works by five artists — Laura Christensen, Adrienne Ginter, Elizabeth Sheppell, Altoon Sultan, and Jen Violette — who delve into the question of scale and whether or not size matters in the world of art.
Bordwin’s stunning silver gelatin prints transport us to the tops of Art Deco buildings and inside their closed lobbies, allowing us to experience the iconography and craftsmanship of these early-twentieth-century masterpieces.
Six decades of vintage automobile ads make clear that a car’s appeal is often less about power, speed, style, and comfort, than it is about freedom, the open road, and the places you’ll go.