“When we made a proposal to start an archive that would, over time, put small, comprehensive collections of Brett’s work in museums ’round the country, they liked the idea.”
Harjo sees it as a matter of semantics to say that the living descendants, such as the modern Egyptians, have no legitimate claim to the treasures of their ancestors.
This Jan. 22 art-buying event will help support Oklahoma Contemporary’s mission of open and free arts access.
Denise Duong makes traveling art as she perfects the art of travel.
“They say, ‘You don’t love America, man; you hate it so much.’ I’m like, ‘Au contraire, player; I love America so much I loved it even before it was called America!”
It is difficult to pin Pérez’ work down to a single style, but he will give it a name when he has to.
The 10th Annual Festivas de las Americas, a Hispanic art and culture festival, hits Capitol Hill this weekend.
Jason Pawley’s moving “Cultivation” mural revives a high-traffic overpass downtown with a splash of Day-Glo paint.
J. Chris Johnson stands in front of his sprawling and stunning new art show at Brass Bell Studios, 2500 NW 33rd St., and talks about all the paintings he hasn’t yet made.
Leslie Hensley doesn’t do anything halfheartedly.