Tiana Wang
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The Age of Discovery, Abstracted

Josef Albers’ “Homage to the Square” paintings may be among the most well-known of his pieces, but in this exhibit, it is the crudely carven […]

Between lovely lines

To take notes on graph paper is to resist the temptation to doodle. But Power Boothe has succumbed; he succumbed nearly 40 years ago. Since 1971, Boothe has been exploring the interplay between structure and chaos in his grid-based abstract paintings.

Planting Season

“Cultivate your own garden!” my high school English teacher called out as the bell rang to end our last class on Candide. The message took root and grew.