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Judith F. Baca
Judith Baca is a force of nature. The artist and activist is responsible for approximately 250 murals in Los Angeles that have captured the spirit of neighborhoods, while mentoring and influencing scores of young people who have served as collaborators. More...


Connie Goldman and Mikey Kelly
They make a compelling argument for formalist practice: quality execution that explores painting with creative flair. More...


“Mutual Intelligibility”
“Mutual Intelligibility” questions the ability of speakers of related but non-identical languages to understand one another. Jeffrey Stenbom, Anna Mlasowsky and Helen Lee provide some oblique, if affirmative answers. More...


Rubén Ortiz Torres
Rubén Ortiz Torres’ "White Washed America" gives Finish Fetish a decidedly 21st century makeover, albeit without the didacticism. More...


Reversing the Gender Mirror
The reverberations of aesthetically driven feminism are apparent in the current discussion surrounding sexual harassment. More...


“Changing Landscapes”
Three artists wrestle with traditional Chinese landscape painting's blend of realism and calligraphy. We see modernization, urbanization and changing cultural norms reflected in their works with varying emphasis. More...


Wookjae Maeng
Wookjae Maeng's sculptures line the walls like taxidermied trophies from a world that is almost but not quite our own. More...


Amanda Williams
With her background in architecture, Amanda Williams' art practice speaks to place and community. Vacant homes are painted in vivid hues and recorded before demolition, often revealing the interaction among privilege, people and space. More...


Kent Williams
Kent William’s current paintings materialize their subjects through a haze of expressive, yet meticulous brushwork. More...


Larry Kornegay
Larry Kornegay assumes the role of a would-be archaeologist who finds his pleasure in the oddest artifacts and striking juxtapositions. He finds harmonies in unexpected places. More...


Laura Aguilar
Laura Aguilar focuses her camera on herself as well as others, often overweight, queer and working class, that many of us don’t tend to notice or think of as conventionally beautiful or inspiring. But they smartly reflect on the world and our place in it. More...


The Walking Cure
The heartlessness of much contemporary art, argues DeWitt Cheng, reflects the lack of an ethical center in American culture. More...

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