Installation continues PAMs love affair with the Far East
Paint and suffering
How a mad scientist pushed photography into the future
The latest local architectural trend glosses over the desert
Current shows, exhibits and installations
Current reviews, exhibits, and installlations
Current shows, exhibitions and installations
Current shows, exhibits, and installations
Current shows, exhibitions, and installations
Flashes of brilliance at PAM
Contemporary sampler platter
The making of art history
Mostly meat, with a little cheese
Luminous canvases demand face time
If you paint it, they will come. Then what?
"Folk art" not an apt term for some of the work in "Great Masters"
A look at five Valley art exhibits.
Reviews by Gina Cavallo Collins and Kathleen Vanesian
A peek at five Valley exhibits
Traveling exhibit stops at Phoenix Art Museum
Constructing outside of the lines
The movement that Phoenix's Chicano artists began 25 years ago is far from dead. But the gallery that was their headquarters soon will be.
In the world of mixed media, Donald Sultan reigns as the czar of tar
Sun City artist Norman Baer looks back at babes, blood baths and bazookas.
Ed Harris flings himself into art-splattered Pollock
Is this any way to run a museum?
Former art-world rage du jour Julian Schnabel has a lot to live down in ragged Reagan-era retrospective
Artist Jim Dine shows us the robes at Scottsdale retrospective
Phoenix owes its art museum and its cultural life in part to the late Philip Curtis
Is Chinese 'Forbidden City' exhibition in tea leaves for Phoenix Art Museum?
PAM show drops curtain on Russian revolutionary culture
"Taos" retrospective retraces a new direction in art
In search of the Wiley doodler
Take time to stop and see the roses at Monet exhibit
Modern-art patron envisions 500-acre desert sculpture garden -- in McDowell Mountain Regional Park
Electronic techno-art show is an on-again, off-again proposition
Exhibition goes against the grain with "a boy show"
A recent gift of pottery leaves ASU's art museum wondering where to stack its wares
Can a city-funded museum afford to explore the riskier edges of contemporary art? The West's Most Western Town is about to find out.
Meanwhile, back at the museum, Cowboy Artists of America mostly draw blanks
Young artists break through the red tape to star in ASU Art Museum's new exhibit, "Contemporary Art From Cuba: Irony and Survival on the Utopian Island"
More than 500 paintings of social and psychological truths spanning 50 years have made Curtis the dean of Arizona artists. At 90, he's losing the most important tools of his trade.
Fleischer Museum show tracks American impressionist painters from the New York islands to the redwood forests . . .