Over the past few decades, the contemporary-art world has gotten so vast that no single approach can characterize our era in the way that abstract expressionism represents the '50s or pop art evokes the '60s. Now, just about anything goes, as long as it isn't of the Bob Ross/ Thomas Kinkade stripe. On one pole is conceptual art, like narrative and non-narrative DVDs and videos, and on the other end is contemporary realism, which is the heir to a tradition dating back to... More >>>