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Karl Wirsum
One of the original Hairy Who in the early 1970s, Karl Wirsum's current graphic imagery is as smart and screwy as ever. More...


Suzanne Lacy
What at first often looks and feels like a Hollywood production are real situations performed by regular folks. The invisible hand of Suzanne Lacy is behind all of it, this theater and drama of the ordinary taken to extraordinary lengths. More...


Virginia Folkestad
Virginia Folkestad employs a mix of art and found media to evoke the inherent conflict between the natural and manmade worlds. More...


Inez Storer
Inez Storer’s current mixed-media paintings allude to our crisis-riddled times while functioning as satisfying aesthetic objects that portray dream-like, non-narrative states of consciousness. Titled "Trip-Wire," they are really about overcoming deliberately placed (aesthetic) obstacles without being defeated by them. More...


This Must Be the Place
Lorraine Peltz' survey of chandeliers and bouquets are now deeply connected to her late husband, art critic and educator James Yood. More...


Mark di Suvero
Know primarily for his monumental public sculpture, a series of phosphorescent paintings more than just complement the maquette on view here. They clarify how gestural mark making lies at the root of the three dimensional work. More...


Charles White
Currently the subject of a LACMA retrospective, Charles White's aesthetic progeny are popping up elsewhere around L.A. to amplify his message. More...


Sterling Ruby
Sterling Ruby builds big things that feel like they sprang right out of the earth, move easily from pop culture references to art historical critique, not to mention from ceramic to urethane to wood. We want to move along with them from room to room. More...


In Praise of Art Criticism
Serious journalism in general and art criticism in particular has honestly never been very lucrative, but it may be more important than ever. More...

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