April Friges' show <i>Spectator</i> interrogates photography's limits

April Friges' show Spectator interrogates photography's limits

The exhibit is an aggressive, though oddly dainty at times, mass of tears, puckers, folds and impulses

Artist's project is based on visits to local houses of worship

Her garment becomes a wearable passport bearing the stamps of spiritually driven travels

An exhibit documents top architects redefining spaces for health care

Maggie's Centres are explicitly critical of the bloated technocratic atmosphere of contemporary medicine

Close to Home gets intimate

Silver Eye offers a provocative exhibit on the problematic concept of home

Finnbogi Petursson's Second/Second entrances at Wood Street

Audio, sound installations open new worlds

A Conversation With Duane Michals

The pioneering photographer talks life, death and why, in art, smaller is better

Duane Michals on his huge retrospective at the Carnegie

"My photographs are all whispers, whereas others are shouting."



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