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Bill LeSueur’s “Slice n Dice”

Bill LeSueur’s show of sculpted figurines, whose spiky forms seem inspired by children’s toy monsters, bears the appropriately fanciful title of Bad Self-Portraits of...

Cuba: Histories of the Present

It has often been observed in prose and images how the U.S.-led embargo made Cuba into a place frozen in time, with architectural styles...

Eric Fischl’s “Handstand”

Mylar is generally known as a shiny polyester material used in kids’ balloons, but Eric Fischl is painting Mylar figures with layers of acrylic...

Devyn Gaudet’s “6-M”

Art teachers take center stage in ART7’s new show, which raises funds for those teachers as well as showcasing their own work. Live music,...

Riley Holloway’s “Gold Link”

Riley Holloway’s second exhibition goes up at Fort Works Art this week, continuing his luminescent work in the field of portraiture. The glossy surfaces...

Bumin Kim’s “Acacia”

Count them: 82 artists will have their work on display when Artspace 111 opens its fifth annual juried exhibition of works by artists from...

Gerard Bendiks’ “An Arky Texture”

Whether he’s photographing cityscapes, cars, or musicians, Gerard Bendiks looks to change the framing of his photos to create striking compositions that verge on...

Ed Barr’s “We Will Never Be Royals”

The works in Ed Barr’s Unnatural Totems show at FWCAC are made out of objects that the artist found while cleaning out his father’s...

Jeremy Joel’s untitled

Jeremy Joel used to be a muralist, but now his work is focused more on canvases, using found materials and text to make his...

Lisa Krannichfeld’s “Body Armor”

There’s still time to catch the various exhibitions at the FWCAC. These include juried shows by students and teachers at local schools, as well...