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Weaving a Rainbow

Though the comprehensive Sheila Hicks exhibit, Material Voices, at Joslyn Art Museum comes with an additional fee, it is well worth the price of admission for anyone who loves a colorful palette and fabric art, and who might usually be put off by abstraction. 

You needn’t worry about “understanding” the work by the internationally known Hicks — it’s all about ways to use color — lots of it. There are giant “Boules”...


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‘Honey Mushroom Wonderfuls’

Multi-media artist Troy Muller creates objects that aspire to be something other than what they are — namely, works by an early-twenty-first-century American artist. 

Each of the objects in Honey Mushroom Wonderfuls, the mysteriously named show of Muller’s work at Modern Arts Midtown, appears to be from another time, one in which it played a cultural role that we may or may not discern.

Most frequently, this role...


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‘Have a Seat’

The artists’ muse has always been stuff of legend -- mythical, beautiful, fashionable -- but the muse in Christopher Vaughn Couse’s life is the four-legged function of the chair.

From an inspirational encounter during a college photo assignment, the chair became Couse’s favorite subject--spawning a mixture of photography, paintings, readymade and found objects, performance and illustrations, all on view in his solo...


Zinging, Leaping Shakespeare

Wonderful performing cascades before your eyes and ears. It’s The Taming of the Shrew made endearing and vivacious, brimming with style and sparkling loquaciousness as guided by director Amy Lane and interpreted by a flawless 18-member ensemble for Nebraska Shakespeare.  

The players own the stage and Lane has everyone on it in constant and delightful motion. By leaps and bounds, they keep the action and the story...


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