When: Wed., May 22, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 2013
McArthur Binion is a painter who doesn't use a brush. Instead, he presses the tip of an oil stick or a crayon onto his canvas. In her review of Binion's latest exhibit, "Ghost: Rhythms," Reader contributor Claudine Isé writes, "When viewed from across the room, many of his paintings appear placid and nearly monochromatic. Draw nearer and you'll see that's an illusion." Runs through 6/23.
Correction: This has been updated to remove an inaccuracy about Binion's artistic technique.