On the occasion of Joe Bradley's mid-career survey at the Albright-Knox, we're taking a closer look at each of the artist’s diverse bodies of work from the past decade, including his silkscreen paintings.
Nancy Graves: Drawings, 1971–1973 featured nearly 30 on the artist's drawings, all of which related to her films and ongoing interest in mapping.
In her work, Milena Bonilla links the economy, politics, and world geography to the discord between nature and material culture.
On August 1, 1960, Charles Cary Rumsey’s portrait of the Spanish explorer Francisco Pizarro was moved to a new location facing Elmwood Avenue.
Keir Johnston and Ernel Martinez's Welcome Wall features 13 languages tied to Buffalo's Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood.
Reed Anderson combines the fragility of cut paper, the spontaneity of sketching, and the aesthetic of graffiti art to create his monumental drawings.
On the occasion of Joe Bradley's mid-career survey at the Albright-Knox, we're taking a closer look at each of the artist’s diverse bodies of work from the past decade, including his Schmagoo paintings.
In 1991, a year after its debut in the United States Pavilion at the 44th Venice Biennale in Italy, Jenny Holzer: The Venice Installation was on view at the Albright-Knox.
Fred Sandback’s “drawings in space” simultaneously transform and are transformed by the areas they inhabit.