Small Norton show chronicles how deftly George Segal balanced human presence — and absence.
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The Boca Museum showcases the uncompromising abstraction of Cleve Gray.
The light dossier of a major artist gets a too-careful viewing
It's all there — a brief history of American art, in one stunning show
Even Degas had his doubts about their artistic value
With the Norton's "A Show of Hands" exhibit, parts give you deep insight into the whole
A pair of shows at the Coral Springs Museum takes you from the ethereal to the visceral
Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
The Norton goes way outside the impressionist box, then offers a shrunken Matisse
Contemporary art storms Miami Beach
Cézanne can have his apples. These artists go for the watermelon, even when flies are circling.
A modern cubist, a furniture embellisher, and two chicks named Grace -- lassoed together
Boca "realism" exhibition shows the weight of corporations in the art world
On Las Olas, paintings and sculptures compete for space with the café crowd
Wheelin' and Dealin' with art peddlers
Norton Museum of Art
Helen Frankenthaler's paintings in a mundane medium only strengthen her place in the pantheon
Abstract expressionists throw their weight around at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
Nina Arias hoped her LaLush Gallery would be home for edgy art. Now she's homeless.
The Boca Museum offers Pousette-Dart till it hurts, plus a glimpse of a fine Florida painter
This MoCA retrospective shows that Roy Lichtenstein was no Mickey Mouse artist
South Florida's museum Websites offer scant samplings of their collected works
The Boca Raton Museum's "All Florida Invitational" doesn't live up to its name
Boca Raton Museum of Art
The Norton's exhibition of 19th- and 20th-century paintings is pure French bliss
By heating wax and pigment, Anita Giteck Drujon makes art you can grip
The Rockin' the Guild fest
"Sweet Dreams and Nightmares: Dada and Surrealism From the Rosalind and Melvin Jacobs Collection" and "Inverted Odysseys: Claude Cahun, Maya Deren, Cindy Sherman" and "Matthew Ritchie: Incomplete Projects 01: The Fast Set"
"Impressionism to the Present: Camille Pissarro and His Descendants"
"Paris 1860-1930: Birthplace of European Modernism"