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Judithe Hernández
Among the founding members of Los Four, Judith Hernandez has, until now, been the most under the public's radar. Her bold use of color and disciplined drafting skills imbued with political themes makes for a highly accessible viewing experience. More...


Timothy Harding
Holding strong to a minimalist abstract aesthetic, Timothy Harding heads in a new direction imbued with waveforms, arcs and curved lines. More...


Tara Donovan
Tara Donovan's sprawling installations can seem to grow like weeds taking over large gallery spaces. But it is her use of materials that steals the show. Rich as they appear at a distance, get close to register the Styrene index cards, straws and other common consumer items attached together by the thousands. More...


Sonya Clark
Working with cloth and hair, Sonya Clark calls on us to reflect on our personal histories through her own family narrative. More...


“Exposure: Architecture and Landscape”
“Exposure: Architecture and Landscape,” featuring works by four Arizona-based photographers who take us on some amazing journeys. More...


Civics Lesson from a Mural
A group recently sought to have a mural located at a Los Angeles school painted out because it reminded them of the Japanese battle flag, More...


Laura Davis and Dan Devening
Laura Davis and Dan Devening seem to come from very different aesthetic camps. Devening is a cool formalist, while Davis culls from the sentimentality of mementos and found objects. But looks can be deceiving. More...


Mokha Laget
Mocha Laget’s paintings combine flat, geometric, colorful shapes with the illusion of depth, toggling from singular to multiple shapes and back. More...


Black and Blue
David S. Rubin finds new and unexpected insights to the art of Alexander Calder and Betye Saar in their recent exhibitions. More...


Rick Bartow
A startling and magical aura fills Rick Bartow's work, concocting a blend of mainstream American sensibility with a shamanistic spirituality. More...


Alfredo Arreguín
“Life Patterns” is partly a pun on Alfredo Arreguint’s signature undergirding of lines added beneath and over images. It also makes clear how Arrequín’s choices of what to paint have been connected to his personal life. More...


“Poetic Imagination in Japanese Art”
The contrast between soaring, expansive gesture and empty space in "Poetic Imagination in Japanese Art" sets up a dynamic between form and absence that is central to Japanese taste. More...


Diego Pérez
Playing with myriad intersections between cultures, historical periods, and methods of communication, Diego Pérez' works thrust us into a tenuous threshold between the familiar and the strange More...


Loring Taoka
Loring Taoka pins his acrylic paintings on Plexiglas to a support that makes it feel like they are floating in space. More...


Ebony G. Patterson
Ebony G. Patterson knows what to do with all manner of fabric, glitter, plastic jewels and faux flowers, the masses of colors and patterns functioning as to both lure us in and partially disguise the content to be found within them. More...


“Romantic Songs of the Patriarchy”
Ragnar Kjartansson's recent durational performance "Romantic Songs of the Patriarchy" posted 30 women throughout San Francisco's Women's Building, each performing familiar songs with casually misogynistic lyrics. More...

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