Making Our Selves At Home
An exhibition takes its cues from 20th century post-feminist explorations of gender and domesticity.
The Meaning Of Green
The Textile Museum's third color-themed exhibition.
In and Out of Africa
"The Global Africa Project" seeks to gather the strands of African culture as they stretch across the globe.
Modernism As It Was Meant to Be
A Chosen Path: The Ceramic Art of Karen Karnes
Craft's New Consciousness
DIY: A Revolution in Handicrafts.
At the Fuller Craft Museum, curator Fo Wilson explores digital technology in contemporary craft.
State of Craft: Exploring the Studio Movement in Vermont 1960-2010
There's much to admire in a 50-year survey of the studio craft movement in Vermont.
Ceramic Design: Manufactured Brilliance and Beauty in Everyday Life
Studio potters have something to learn about function from industrially made ceramics, suggests Edward Lebow on viewing "Ceramic Design" at the ASU Art Museum in Tempe.
Hide: Skin as Material and Metaphor
Beverly Sanders considers two artists who find skin meaningful in an exhibition at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City
The Peaceable Queendom
Adelaide Paul's fantastical yet realistic mixed-media animal sculptures.
Venice. 3 Visions in Glass
Lilly Wei surveys three Venetians' glasswork at Barry Friedman Ltd.
Jeff Irwin: Nature as Trophy
Leah Ollman critiques Jeff Irwin's animal-inspired ceramics in a San Diego library.
Willard Wigan: Art in the Eye of a Needle
Kate Dobbs Ariail peers through the microscope at Willard Wigan's minuscule sculptures at Parish Gallery in Washington, DC.
O Brave New Judaica
Beverly Sanders reviews new forms of Judaica at the Jewish Museum.
Bigger, Better, More: The Art of Viola Frey
Jody Clowes critiques Viola Frey's ceramics at the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin.
Sarah Tanguy appraises the narrative work of four artists in the Renwick Gallery‘s biennial invitational.
The Artistic Furniture of Charles Rohlfs
A critique of the Milwaukee Art Museum show.