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Gender Identity and
the Male Gaze
Larry Kamphausen explores the effect of the male gaze on our interpretation of works of art.
Thomas Feldhacker, a millennial, critiques the curators and their failure to capture the real tragedy.
Special Section: Gender Politics in Art
The Future of Art Criticism
KATE HADLEY TOFTNESS reports on four editors trading views on art criticism and its future at the College Art Association.
"The Will to Ignorance: The Role of Academia in the Postmodern Debacle"
JORGE MIGUEL BENITEZ'S third essay of his trilogy: The Avant-Garde and the Delusion of Americal Exceptionalism describes the role that academia has played in failing to emphasize critical thought.
Cyclical Dialog of Materials
ELIZABETH HATTON looks at the work of Gunjan Kumar in the exhibition "What Lies Beneath" at the Chicago Art Department in Pilsen.
American Art's International Champion
TOM MULLANEY interviews Terra Foundation CEO Elizabeth Glassman: Reveals its significant sponsorship of American Art and a major new initiative.
May/June Print Edition Cover
Two French Photographers Across Generations
EVAN CARTER reviews the images of Sabine Weiss in the exhibition "Intimate Memory" at Stephen Daiter Gallery and the photographs of Laurent Millet in an exhibit called "Somnium" at Catherine Edelman Gallery.
Gallery Weekend Chicago
BRUCE THORN takes a walk through Chicago Gallery Weekend 2017 and separates the wheat from the chaff
Letter from the Editor
A letter from our Editor-in-Chief about the magazine's plans for expanded coverage of contemporary issues in the visual arts and a look to the future of the New Art Examiner.
Imagists, Pinball Art and
Elmhurst Art Museum's show titled "Kings & Queens: Pinball, Imagists, and Chicago" is reviewed by EVANGELINE REID.