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A new exhibit by Koutsouras at the Mount Comfort Space provides a more thematically varied body of work than his exhibit at iMOCA.
A conversation with Chicago artist Timothy Vermeulen, whose new show, inspired by Melville's Moby Dick, opens Friday at Mt. Comfort Gallery.
Drawing on influences ranging from the Dutch masters to 'Moby Dick,' Timothy Vermeulen's new exhibit is an excellent meditation on self and self identity.
Painter Adam Fung grapples with trying to compete the Hubble Telescope's images by portraying the underlying substructure of the universe.
The idea of nature reclaiming itself from our abuse through strange, dark means informs new work by Casey Roberts at mt.comfort.
Austin Radcliffe, a Herron student best known for his Tumblr page, Things Organized Neatly, takes up curatorial reins with an appealingly simple group show.
Danielle Rante, inspired equally by Japanese printmaking and the Ford-style assembly line, is most impressive in a three-person show defined by repetition and exactitude.
David Schmitt and Marx Shoemaker used drywall, paint, canvas, cement and oil pastel in creating new collaborative work.
In turning vintage knitting and crochet patterns into paint-on-paper fine art, Epstein conjures up wintry memories, then deprives them of a certain innocence.
Ritchford's geometric designs, which have a drugged-out hazy aura that you'd expect from a show named after a Can album, balance precision and imperfection.
Austin Radcliffe's final show as curator at Mt Comfort is a well-considered response to 'Lifelike,' a 2012 exhibition at Minneapolis's Walker Art Center.