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Not “Good Muse”
San Francisco's Legion of Honor's latest effort to bring contemporary artwork into dialogue with its collection simply flops. More...


Valeska Soares
Valeska Soares' survey "Any Moment Now" displays her skill at transforming found objects unmoored from their original use and meaning in order to unleash the imagination of the viewer. More...


Rodrigo Valenzuela
“General Song” is Rodrigo Valenzuela's studio constructed photographs on the theme of borders, barriers, and protest barricades. More...


Hei Myun C. Hyun
Originally from Korean, Hei Myun C. Hyun expresses a balance of Eastern and West Coast aesthetic traditions in her evolving use of the grid. More...


Trey Egan
Trey Egan’s energetic abstractions, "Future Glow," embrace lyrical abstraction enriched by his use of a variety of instruments for paint application and cultivating a state of immersion. More...


“Reflections on the Yokohama Triennale”
The Yokohama Triennale’s opposition to the kind of “me-first” separatism that is so troubling back home was palpable. More...


Doris Totten Chase
Seattle artist Doris Chase's early work in her home town enjoyed hard won acceptance in New York during her time there in the 1970s. Her dance videos incorporating dancers, sculpture and layers of color were and remain her leading innovation. More...


An Ode to Old School Curators
Walter Hopps, in his day, altered curatorial practice to configure exhibitions according to the aesthetic demands of the art being exhibited. That, for better and for worse, must now be considered the old school of contemporary art curating. More...


An Ode to Old School Curators
Walter Hopps, in his day, altered curatorial practice to configure exhibitions according to the aesthetic demands of the art being exhibited. That, for better and for worse, must now be considered the old school of contemporary art curating. More...


Einar and Jamex de la Torre
Brothers Einar and Jamex de la Torre's garish glass sculptures should be a kitschy mess. Yet they are over-the-top good. More...


“Eclipse”
This mix of art and science revolves around the August 21st solar eclipse, both celebrating the phenomenon and using it as a point of departure. More...


A Talent for Talent
The late curator Walter Hopps, "elusive, unpredictable, outlandish in his range, jagged in his vision, heedless of rules," was as responsible for the emergence of L.A's 1960s avant garde as any one individual. A new book on Hopps helps explain why. More...

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