Molly Dilworth uses a variety of methods and materials - from discarded paint to Google Earth - to interrogate what it means to be alive today. From miniature rules-based paintings to rooftop-scale poured paintings Dilworth encourages viewers to think twice about the everyday.
Natalia Goncharova was born in Nagaevo village near Tula, Russia in 1881. She studied sculpture at the Moscow Academy of Art, but turned to painting in 1904. She was deeply inspired by the primitive aspects of Russian folk art and attempted to emulate it in her own work while incorporating elements o
Stephanie Syjuco (b. 1974) is a multi-media artist whose colorfully bold, conceptually sly and often humorous work explores issues of consumerism, global economics, technology, nationality and self-documentation. Bridging the worlds of contemporary art, craft, industrial design and fashion, Syjuco's
When Bertrand Goldberg returned to his native Chicago in 1936 the city was in the midst of an architectural revolution. The emergence of steel-frame architecture in the final years of the previous century had ushered in a generation of soaring buildings, earning Chicago a reputation for architectural