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Yinka Shonibare, MBE



In writing to Yinka Shonibare, MBE to gain his support for the first exhibition of his work in the Western United more...

Barkley L. Hendricks


Barkley L. Hendricks, "Lawdy Mama," 1969, oil on canvas, 53 3/4 x 36 1/4'.

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David Simon


David Simon, 'The Lookout,' 1998, forton, 31 x 10 x 19'.


R. Crumb, "Barrelhouse Blues,: 1970, u more...

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Sandra Gallegos


Sandra Gallegos, "Big D," 2009, acrylic on canvas, 48" x 50".

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Animating Agency


Untitled [Artist and Model Drawing], 2001
Gouache, dry pigment, charcoal, and pastel on paper more...

James Havard


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Whitney Bedford


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Corey Arnold


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Celestial Ash


Michael C. McMillen, “Asylum,” 2009, mixed media installation.

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Carrie Yury


Carrie Yury, "Untitled (Respect Your Mother)," 2006, pigment prints on Sintra.

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Scott McFarland


Scott McFarland, “Quality Photo Lab, 1300 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles,” 2008, injet pr more...

Mark Mothersbaugh


Mark Mothersbaugh, untitled from "Postcard Diaries."

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Yayoi Kusama


Yayoi Kusama, "Flowers That Bloom at Midnight M2," 2009, fiberglass-reinforced plastic,
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Mix: Nine San Diego Architects and Designers


Rinehart Herbst (Todd Rinehart and Catherine Herbst), "Potential Architectures," 2009, a more...

Lisa Jack


Lisa Jack, "Barack Obama, Occidental College, No. 15," 1980, gelatin silver print.more...

Paul Metivier


Paul Metivier, "Anatomy Lesson #2," 2006, 
terra cotta, rust patina and steel, 56" more...

Seamus Conley 'Flash/Dissolve'


Seamus Conley, "Default," 2009, oil on canvas, 66" x 66"
Photo: Steve Dolan, Courtesy of Andr more...

Jeremy Morgan 'Imaginal Geographies'


Shul I, 2009, Acrylic on canvas, 96" x 72"
Photo: Courtesy of Himmelberger Gallery
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Oakland / Berkeley


top: Cut and Dry, Installation View, July 2009, Kelsey Nicholson
Traywick Contemporary
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Daniel Ruanova


Daniel Ruanova, "TERROR-IST," 2009, acrylic on canvas, 52" x 61" more...

Frank Ryan


Painting by Frank Ryan.

At precisely the time more...

Hiroshi Watanabe


Hiroshi Watanabe, no title, photograph.

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Michael Goldberg


Michael Goldberg, “Jacob’s Ladder XV,” 1989, oil on canvas, 68 x 70 1/2”. more...

Monique van Genderen


Monique van Genderen, “Untitled,” 2009, oil, enamel, alkyd on wood, 72 x 48&rdquo more...

Pompeii and the Roman Villa


"Pompeii and the Roman Villa," installation view at LACMA, 2009. more...

Sea of Ink


Shantien Tom Chow, "Mu and Zero."

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WoW: Emergent Media Phenomenon


"WoW: Emergent Media Phenomenon," installation view with a fan.< more...

Blurring the Lines


The Deviled Egg  2000  Todd Schorr  Acrylic on canvas 30 x 40 inches
Collectio more...

Eirik Johnson: Sawdust Mountain


Elwha River Dam, Washington
2008
Archival pigment print photograph
24" x 30" editi more...

'Neighbors: 17 Santa Barbara Artists in Ventura'


Unknown Land #67
2006
Colin Gray
Tapestry, 105" x 78"
Photo: Colin Gray courte more...

'L.A. Noir'


Untitled
1958
Edward Kienholz
Mixed media on board
48" x 48"
Photo: cour more...

ArtScene Visual Radio presents


Peter Clothier’s "Art of Ou more...

'Rebels Without a Cause'


Those who help the despairing

Are more...

Patti Oleon


Patti Oleon, "Grand Ballroom," 2009, oil on panel, 45 x 59".

 

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Phil Joanou


Phil Joanou, 'American Gothic', 2002, oil on linen, 40 x 30'.

Phil Joanou’s large and small figurative-based oil on linen pa more...

Sandow Birk


Sandow Birk, "American Qur'an: Sura 26b," 2009, ink, acrylic and gouache on paper, 16 x 24".

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Exene Cervenka and Wayne White


The gallery is packed with works by Wayne White and of Exene Cervenka, and more...

'Mixed Media Lost and Found'


All four artists included in Lost and Found pull together found objects cu more...

Nicole Cohen


Nicole Cohen’s “French Connection” fills the gallery spa more...

Eva Kolosvary-Stupler


Eva Kolosvary-Stupler is known for muscular assemblages bristling with cha more...

Libby Black


Libby Black’s sixth solo show, “Timeless,” demonstrates more...

DOWN TO EARTH: LAND/ART in New Mexico


On June 27, a small non-profit contemporary art space in Albuquerque, New Mexico, quietly launched a six-months-long series of exhibition more...

Nick Cave


While on exhibition, Nick Cave’s Soundsuits, larger-than-life sculptures that double as costumes for staged performances a more...

Greg Miller: Recent Work


"Popcorn"
2009
Greg Miller
Oil, paper and resin on panel, 48"x 48"
Photo: courtesy William Turner Gallery
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Merrill Wagner


"Thistle," 2006
Rust-preventive paint on steel, 90" x 47"
Photo: courtesy of Traver Gallery


For her twelfth more...

Halim Alkarim


Halim Alkarim, \'Untitled 2 Witness Portrait,\' 2004, lambda print, 59 x 117\', at Robischon Gallery.

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Vera Lutter


Vera Lutter make more...

'The Cubist Impulse in American Art'


Andrew Dasburg, 'Rhythmic Earth,' 1933, conte crayon and watercolor, 1 more...

'Rogue Wave 09'


Fran Siegal’s airy net-like more...

'30th Anniversary Exhibition'


Lisa Yuskavage, 'Three Gloves / One Girl Holding Another Girl's Leg', 2009, pastel on paper, two parts, each: 15-1/4 x 15 x 1-1/8'.

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Paul Gardner


When Scottish-born artist P more...

Stephen P. Huyler


There are countless deities in Hindu religion that are more...

Richard Ehrlich


Richard Ehrlich is a humanist. Not  necessarily because he do more...

Gegam Kacherian


It is hard to have it both ways: to do tight, fascinating figuration combined with atmospheric color in the same paintings. It is even ha more...

Suhas Bhujbal


Suhas Bhujbal, "A Quiet Town 58," 2009, oil on canvas, 75 x 70", at Dolby Chadwick.

 

Architectural cityscapes by < more...

'Intelligent Design: Interspecies Art'


‘Intelligent Design: Inters more...

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot


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Robert Frank


In 1955 Swiss born photographer Robert Frank received a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation to travel across more...

Tony Marsh


It has been said so many times that it almost does not bear repeating: contemporary ceramics treads on the line between the medium’ more...

Titus Kaphar


Though “Reconstruction” is the titl more...

Kevin Appel


Kevin Appel’s more...

Zoe Sheehan Saldana


The objects inmore...

Andrew Bush


“Vector Portraits” are color photographs that more...

Oan Kim


Too often photographs taken to capture late night partying bliss turn more...

'The New Normal'


The title for more...

Smart Art


What if looking at art not only lifts our spiri more...

Henry Hopkins Dead at 81


One of Los Angeles’ seminal figures in the emergence and development of a vital contemporary art more...

ArtScene Visual Radio presents


This interview, held in January at the Los Angeles Art Show, reveals artist Mark Bradford to be thoughtful, humorous, and full of wit.

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Esao Andrews


More than twenty years ago there was an exhibit more...

Dan Attoe


Dan Attoe&n more...

Nick Brandt


"A Shadow Falls" is a continuation of Nick Brandt more...

Marion Estes


In her “Lost Horizons” more...

James Everett Stanley


James Everett Stanley’s “Let more...

Sook Jin Jo


Artists saddled with nationalities designated b more...

Kim Anno and Gail Wight


Amorphous white silhouettes dominate the surface of Kim Anno’s new series of oil more...

J.T. Grant


Painterly in approach and at times scholarly in subject matter, more...

Ry Rocklen


Ry Rocklen’s “House of Return” is a collection of found objects that more...

Victoria Gitman


Skillfully detailed paintings and drawings by Victoria more...

David Jones and Shelby Shadwell


 

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'Impact - the Big Print'


In this age of inkjet and laser printers when images can be instantaneously spit out with the touch of more...

Dave McKenzie


Was that the artist who was wearing headphones at the opening, on a lit set and moving to the beat of a more...

Kati Heck


Kati Heck is a German painter living in Antwe more...

Susan Robb


The title alone is enough to draw your attention: "Masked Infants Milking the Earth." This landscape ph more...

Gustavo Artigas


Mexican artist Gustavo Artigasmore...

Irving Penn


[Penn passed away this Wednesday, October 7, at age 92--Ed] On assignment in post-war Paris for a hecti more...

Katsuhisa Sakai


 

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Brian Eno


After two years of heady negotiat more...

Herbert Lotz


Herbert Lotz, a gifted portraitist noted for his candid shots of military life in Viet Nam during the late ’60s into the ’70s more...

Jacob Hashimoto


Jacob Hashimoto is best know for his paper installations in which kite-like forms float from ceiling to floor, often cascading across the more...

Tom Cramer


Teeming with semi-abstract imagery of stars, flowers, tubers, and sinuous coils that evoke the folds of the brain, Tom Cramer’s pai more...

'Automatic Cities'


“Automatic Cities: The Architectural Imaginary in Contemporary Art” is a theme show and, as such, demonstrates all the pitfal more...

John Brosio


For three years John Brosio accom more...

Ann Weber


Contemporary sculpture is flush with work that erases the boundaries between fine art and craft, merging the two sensibilities to transce more...

'Installations Inside/Out'


In a group show it is reassuring to be confronted with expertise and experience. It speaks volumes that a local community gallery such as more...

Michelangelo Buonarroti


The most in depth collection in terms of fleshing out one of the most remarkable careers is all of art's history comes from what was the more...

Nam June Paik


For a man considered to be one of the world’s first video more...

'Broadcast'


The nightmare of a totali more...

Ball-Nogues


Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues are Los Angele more...

Infinite Possibilities


Since 1966, Gemini G.E.L. (Graphic Editions Limited) has opened the doors of its Melrose Avenue workshop, in Los Angeles, to some of the more...

Roy Dowell


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Suhas Bhujbal, 'Reincarnation'


The neurologist Oliver Sacks recounted in “An Anthropologist on Mars,” the story of Franco Magnani, a San Francisco cook who, more...

Roy Dowell


For over 30 years Roy Dowell has been making e more...

Steve Seinberg


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Joshua Paul and Felipe Dupouy


The photographs of Felipe Dupouy and J more...

Michael Bise


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Gerald Forster


German native Gerald Förster perceived se more...

Gwynn Murrill


I imagine Gwynn Murrill’s hands are alwa more...

Foster + Partners


“The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners,” a stirringly brilliant exhibit of architectural models, render more...

Matthew Buckingham


A major survey of Matthew Buckingham’s smart and sophisticated conceptual art, curated by former MCA Denver Deputy more...

Catherine Green


Catherine Green has some commonalities with Balthus and Morandi, though the formal qualities of her work have little to do with either pa more...

Betty Gold, 'Color'form'


Painter and sculptor Betty Gold takes science as the starting point for her lush geometrical abstractions. As she herself often notes, ge more...

Sherrie Wolf, 'Counterpoint: New Paintings'


 

An accomplished painter with one foot in neoclassicism and the other in the Rococo—and a set of eyes gazing back impla more...

Contemporary Women Printmakers


 

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Lorser Feitelson


In 1934 Lorser Feitelson, together with his wife Helen Lundeburg, founded Subjective Classicism, otherwise known as Post more...

Giles Bettison


Australian sculptor Giles Bettison turns tiny cubes of bundled glass canes into dazzlingly intricate vessels, wall piece more...

'The Face of Fashion'


Traditional black and white photographs in standard sizes--those that typically fill partial wings of museums and photo-centric galleries more...

Jaume Plensa


The Meadows Museum has recently added a number of sculptures to its already considerable collection, and one piece is particularly worthy more...

'Road To Freedom'


As we enter 2010, we might ask:  what has not been said or seen with respect to the gnarled national--and by extension global--histo more...

Fernando Botero


Fernando Botero’smore...

Maria Luisa Morando


In theater design, it is often th more...

'Tools'


A common misconception is that on more...

Wes Mills and Susan York


The unobtrusive works on paper by more...

Embracing Denver


It was back in the fall of 2006 that the Denver Art Museum rolled out its outlandish freestanding addition which is located directly acro more...

Hyesook Park


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John Baldessari, 'A Print Retrospective'


John Baldessari’s 1987 work entitled The Fallen Easel is made up of nine framed panels containing fragmentary images that more...

Ted Katz


Earlier more...

Ruth Asawa


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Flora Kao


One might instinctively raise an more...

Bradd Skubinna


Bradd Skubinna’s second solo show at Francine Seders Gallery since 1996 affirms the positive direction in more...

Merion Estes, 'Lost Horizons'


Active in Los Angeles for several decades, Merion Estes emerged in the 1970s with Pattern Painting, shared its inspiration in feminism, a more...

Jill Foley, 'The Mountain'


Jill Foley is a bricoleuse, making magic out of detritus and the ready-at-hand. A feminized version of anthropologist Claude Lévi- more...

Anne Fidler


As polar as the worlds of contemporary art and professional sports would seem, both are extraordinarily competitive and reward their top more...

Roz Chast



Take one look and you’ll know you’ve seen this before; for once, that’s not a bad thing in an art exhibition. Roz more...

Heather Brown


In a delightful show made up predominantly of ink on paper drawings, Heather Brown shows a poetic Matisse-ian touch, with a bit of Saul S more...

Masami Teraoka


Before “Bladerunner” foretold the inevitable Asian in more...

'Locating Landscapes'


The expertly curated exhibition “Locating Landscape more...

Simon Bill


An Englishman whose work has foun more...

Richard Garet


The work in “Sonochrome: Ne more...

E.V. Day


Anyone who plowed through “ more...

Larry Brownstein


Launching a series of exhibitions more...

The Black Album


Printmaking and comics—both have suffered the scorn of artists and the public alike. There was a time when artists, curators and co more...

Kelsey Brookes


Brookesmore...

Crystal Liu, 'Give Us Our Dream: Part One'


In her new series, "Give Us Our Dream: Part One," San Francisco-based artist Crystal Liu takes an experimental approach to organic materi more...

Mark Calderon, 'Dominion'


For his eighth solo show at Greg Kucera Gallery since 1985, Mark Calderon continued to populate his dark and mysterious world with flora more...

Margie Livingston


Northwest artist Margie Livingsto more...

'Melting Point'


By now it can’t be news to more...

Jonathan Saiz, 'Industry'


Unlike most commercial art venues in Denver—or anywhere for that matter—Plus Gallery occupies its own specially designed buil more...

Hadley Holliday, 'Paintings'


Maneuvering a graceful balance between precision and experimentation, the thoughtful, visually appealing canvases of Hadley Holliday are more...

Dorothea Tanning


Now nearly a centenarian, the Ame more...

Bella Feldman and JP Long, 'Dialogue'


Left: Bella Feldman, "Dyad," 2004, Steel and glass, 108" x 34" x 20"
Right: JP Long, "Edge 16," 2009, Glass and metal, 78" x 22" more...

Stephanie Wilde, 'Harmed'


Stephanie Wilde is a Utah native who has spent most of her career as a painter, pen and ink artist, and printmaker based in Boise, Idaho. more...

'MOCA's First Thirty Years'


The sprawling two-part exhibition more...

Kristen Miller


“Here and Gone” is more...

'Sites of Latin American Abstraction'


Sometimes stereotypes are so deep more...

Book Art Unbound


On a recent rainy afternoon in Berkeley, California, it was standing room only as over forty people gathered in Mrs. Dalloway’s boo more...

Ned Evans


Fantastical, spectrally illuminated color fields by Ned Evans in his current show, “Inside the Prism,” recall a childlike cur more...

Esteban Pastorino Diaz


 

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John Millei


“Maritime” is John Millei’s epic nine-year nautical series of heroism converted to gesture. Ranging from abstract expre more...

Oliver DiCicco


 

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Yasuko


“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all,” goes the question an aging queen asks a magic mirror who, more...

Bale Creek Allen


The grace of Austin-based Bale Creek Allen's cast bronze tumbleweed sculptures defy their materiality. Despite the permanence and weight more...

Phil Sims


 

It is an e more...
Charles Burchfield


Anyone who stands in front of a painting by Charles Burchfield bears witness to a public grieving, not of any literal, discernible sadnes more...

Grant Barnhart


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'Continuum'


In 1969, fine art photographer Ro more...

Jim Riswold, 'Art People and a Cow'


Above all, Jim Riswold is a satirist. Through photographs of iconic action figures, as well as sculpted and manufactured objects, he does more...

James W. Washington, Jr.


James W. Washington, Jr. was the only African-American member of the Northwest School and, as such, occupies a special place. Eschewing M more...

12 Western Presses


In the nearly half century since the founding of Tamarind in Hollywood in 1960, fine art printing presses have sprouted up across the Wes more...

Focus on Denver


Denver Arts Week

Say this for Denver: it has a flair for the dramatic. The Denver Art Museum courted architec more...

MOCA Tabs Jeffrey Deitch


A year after nearly capsizing beneath the weight more...

University Galleries- Part I


San Francisco Bay Area
Universities are the breeding ground for a rigorous engagement with ideas--they provide a si more...

Owen Smith


The rift between the aestheti more...

'Food for Thought'


Four artists offer differing view more...

Ruth Pastine


pastinemore...

'Death of a Propane Salesman: Anxiety and the Texas Artist'


If "Death of a Propane Salesman: Anxiety and the Texas Artist" is a true indicator, then anxiety in the DFW Metroplex is a halcyon affair more...

Asako Narahasi, 'Coming Closer and Getting Further Away'


Since 2001 Japanese photographer Asako Narahasi has been working on the suite "half awake and half asleep in water," which trades on our more...

Leo Saul Berk, 'Deep Dark'


How to make abstract art into political art is a task that has preoccupied--and stymied--many artists over the past two decades. Leo Saul more...

'Surviving the Tough Times'


It’s a great time to be an artist!

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Miguel Osuna


Though the road to hell may b more...

Reuben Nakian


The Armenian American artist more...

Theodora Varnay Jones


The first decade of this millenni more...

University Galleries-Part II


If universities and art schools play a crucial role in the ecosystem of the art world, the Los Angeles art world, in particular, seems ro more...

Alyssa Monks, 'Steam'


Behind large plate glass windows at Sarah Bain Gallery in Anaheim a group of Alyssa Monks' new oil paintings glow with all the verisimili more...

William Powhida, 'No One Here Gets Out Alive'



For William Powhida "I" is an Other. This diabolical "otherness" is not a wholly separate entity of ourselves, rather it is (re)pre more...

Lauren DiCioccio


In her recent solo exhibition, Lauren DiCioccio reminds us of life before Kindles and Blackberries. She stitches and embroiders replicas more...

Gegam Kacherian


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Jenene Nagy


In her expansive installation, more...

Joe Goode


From his earliest efforts, Joe Go more...

Michael Brophy


To stand before a broad vista of land — be it mountains or water, desert or wood — always s more...

Homare Ikeda, 'Voicers'


The list of figures who have shown at the van Straaten Gallery is an impressive one; owners Bill and Jan van Straaten have recruited famo more...

Bernadette DiPietro and Richard Gilles


The subject found in the phot more...

Mark Bradford


The sign reads \'The Greatest Artist in the World\' in bright, fluorescent colors. It\'s sitting on a number of similar, handmade signs h more...

Karen Woods, 'Inside Looking Out'


When Karen Woods moved from California to Boise fifteen years ago she brought with her an art background that included a BFA from the Cal more...

Tom Miller


Slick on the surface — lite more...

'Body and Soul'


Kathryn Jacobi’s finely more...

Kevin P. Clarke / David Fought


 

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Orlando Leibovitz


 

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Tom LaDuke


Tom LaDuke's new paintings and sculptures grace this longtime Santa Monica gallery’s new Culver City location. His enigmatic works more...

Kate Petley


Kate Petley is not a painter. Yet, her collaged works on acrylic with resin are saturated with rich colors and images that hint at urban more...

Gordon Cheung


For Gordon Cheung’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, worlds are colliding. The British artist merges physical and more...

Joe Goode


 

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Stanko Abadzic


 

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John Bankston


 

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'Body in Fragments'


This small but sumptuous exhibition, “Body in Fragments,” reflects upon the many aspects of the human mind, spirit as well as more...

'The Outsiders'


Reflections of the natural world and ecological concerns are manifest in an additional selection of four artists. Dianne Ben more...

'Edenistic Divergence'


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Joshua Podoll


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Bean Finneran


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Luc Tuymans


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'Vessels'


Once again the old proverb holds true: "Good things come in small packages more...

Frederick H. Evans / 'Urban Panoramas'


The British photographer, Frederick H. Evans’ strongest emotion ma more...

Jonathan Lasker


A post-modern/hybrid aestheti more...

Mary Henry


Walking into a roomful of more...

Mayra Barraza


Mayra Barraza paints ghosts. more...

'Face to Face'


“Face to Face” brings together 36 portrait drawings from various private collections in Colorado. Curated by Julie Augur, ser more...

Robert Rauschenberg


Robert Rauschenberg&r more...

Cy Twombly


Small-scaled but satisfying, Cy Twombly’s eponymous exhibition features three recent works that rem more...

Bradley Castellanos


Continuing through March 27, 2010

The landscape in western art has always been about more than picturesque scenery: it symboli more...

Paul Cherwick and Jodie Mohr


Paul Cherwick’s dizzying array of about one hundred carved wooden heads line the walls at eye height, jutting out more...

Daniel Aksten


Quirky, pixilated paintings by Daniel Aksten are the highlight of this inaugural show, “Difference and Repetition. more...

Alex Prager


The first chromogenic print encountered by viewers of Alex Prager’s “Week-end” is a saturated close-up more...

Ilan Lieberman


Mexico City’s Ilán Lieberman is a big dreamer, thanks to meditation and some ESP research, and “Dream more...

Lucrecia Troncoso


Working with cellulose sponges, wire, and glue, Lucrecia Troncoso carves and folds her chosen media to embody plants in more...

Mel Bochner


Given one’s likely association with Mel Bochner’s work – painterly, perspectival boxes from the &lsquo more...

Winter Blue 20Ten's


“Winter Blue 20TEN’s” 25 works by 10 artists is an explosion of blue energy in abstract canvasses and more...

Jonathan Ginnaty


Ceramicist Jonathan Ginnaty’s “American Dream in Terra Cotta” follows a long line of installations tha more...

Herb Alpert


The totemic language of sculpture has informed Herb Alpert’s work for the past 20 years. Totemism refers to kinshi more...

Robert Mallary


Robert Mallary’s large sculptural slabs, full of sand, wood, cardboard, and resin, recall Anselm Kiefer and Eva He more...

Julia Venske and Gregor Spanle


German sculptors Julia Venske and Gregor Spänle seek to bypass cultural differences that separate more...

Andy Warhol


If the giant paintings of Rorschach figures and self-portraits with skulls in  “Andy Warhol: The Last Decade& more...

Melody Owen


Across the multifarious output of Portland-based artist Melody Owen, animals have long played a role, whether via the in more...

'Idea as Art'


Over 50 years New York collector and museum befriender Werner Kramarsky has amassed a trove of contemporary art on paper that numbers in more...

Samuel Beckett


The playwright Samuel Beckett, wanted \'Not I,\' a dramatic monologue written in 1972, to work on the nerves of the audi more...

'Eden is Burning'


Born in London in 1775, the fabled British Romantic painter Joseph Mallord William Turner never had a chance to visit the rugged wilds of more...

Gregory Euclide


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Laura Ross-Paul


Figurative painter Laura more...

Steven Simon


The name of this exhibit give more...

Mary Heebner


Mary Heebner uses sepia toned more...

Jimi Gleason


Take a vacuum-mirrored glass box by Larry Bell of the Light and Space school that emerged in Los Angeles half a century ago; a Polaroid s more...

'PaperWeight'


If it is the role of one generation to bemoan the degeneration of the next, it is due to an understandable penchant for material-inspired more...

Travis Somerville


This work will make you uncomfortable, and probably sad. It\'ll make you curious and angry. It\'ll make you think, and even, as I did, st more...

Mark Chamberlain


Some 37 years ago photographe more...

Mark Chamberlain


Mark Chamberlain’s phot more...

'One on One'


Organized by Thaw Curatorial more...

Joshua Lutz


The New Topographics photographers of the 1970s - Stephen Shore, Lewis Baltz and Robert Adams - walked a tightrope between critique of in more...

Claudio Dicochea


Continuing through March 27, 2010

Beneath the playful, multilayered acrylics of Claudio Dicochea\'s more...

Susan Mikula & Ward Schumaker


Continuing through March 27, 2010

Two alluring, calming bodies of work include Susan Mikula\'s hazy, more...

'Resident Alien'


Continuing through April 3, 2010

"Resident Alien"
is one of those rare meditations upon human displa more...

Melissa Cooke


Continuing through April 10, 2010

Melissa Cooke is a young artist based in Madison Wisconsin who is more...

'Don't Make Me Laugh'


Continuing through April 15, 2010

Making humor the central point of an exhibition can be a recipe for failure.   more...

Andreas Gursky


Continuing through May 1, 2010

Andreas Gursky, he of the first "million-dollar photograph," has fina more...

Lawrence Gipe


Lawrence Gipe presents a collection of paintings and drawings under the title “1962,” which happens to be the year of his bir more...

Charles Gill


Like many in their retirement more...

Judy Fiskin


Continuing through April 10, 2010

The small images of nondescript places from series including \'Military Architecture,\' more...

David Kroll


Continuing through April 17, 2010

David Kroll paints with the touch of an Old Master. Refined layers of oil on canvas more...

Jorge Santos and Adam Normandin


Jorge Santos’ surreal, more...

Morris Graves


The fragility of the human ex more...

Creating the CA+E


Like the desert landscape that surrounds it, Reno, Nevada, has an intriguing richness that is not immediately obvious. It\'s certainly no more...

Karen Kitchel


Kitchel Artworkmore...

Joe Novak


Continuing through April 10, 2010

Ten 5 by 7 inch acrylic-on-clayboard panels call to mind the following litany of de more...

John Wilcox


Continuing through April 17, 2010

The words and monochromes of John Wilcox in his current exhibition, titled "New York Cit more...

Jack Pierson


Continuing through April 17, 2010

Jack Pierson's current photographic images - printed large and extra large - bring to mi more...

Alex Katz


Continuing through April 24, 2010

It is a pleasure to see these landscapes and smaller works by Alex Katz, who is largely more...

Donald Judd


more...

Aimee Garcia and Carlos Montes de Oca


Paintings and photographs by Aimée Garc&ia more...

Chris Rush


Continuing through May 16, 2010

While most of us look away from those considered different, Tucson artist Chris Rush more...

Philippe Mohlitz


Continuing through May 1, 2010

Philippe Mohlitz's engravings are finely wrought windows to out-of-reach worlds - arcane wo more...

Night Lights


Continuing through May 1, 2010

Three perceptive photographers turn their faces away from the garish light of day to evoke more...

Jeff Elrod


Continuing through May 1, 2010


Jeff  Elrod is a nimble painter. He paints deftly and keenly, using the computer more...

Lucy Gaylord-Lindholm


Enchanting, strange and impec more...

The Green Museum


There is a telling scene early in the popular television series \'Mad Men,\' acontemporary 1960s period drama, in which the protagonist, more...

Ben Jones


Continuing through June 6, 2010

The stuff of Ben Jones' work wriggles in the in-between. It's all ab more...

Ian Everard


Continuing through May 15, 2010

Ian Everard is a Santa Cruz based artist and illustrator whose intriguing more...

Chuck Close


Continuing through May 9, 2010

The enormous, excruciatingly detailed portraits of Chuck Close, or \'heads more...

Sayre Gomez


Continuing through May 1, 2010


Los Angeles-based artist Sayre Gomez explores identity in the aptly more...

Ron van der Ende


Inspired by history and pop c more...

''Mind Games''


Contemporary artists exploring th more...

Laurie Lipton


We are rarely astonished by art created on paper more...

Without Reservation


When the arts collective Postcommodity was invited by Arizona State University Art Museum to participate in the exhibition "Defining Sust more...

John Grade


more...

Andrea Dezso


Romanian native Andrea De more...

Thomas McGovern


“Hard Boys + Bad Girls& more...

Gus Van Sant


more...

Linda Vallejo


“And the people bow more...

Carl Jung


Carl G. Jung, from \'The Red Book,\' at the Hammer Museum.
& more...

Brent Ozaeta


Continuing through May 29, 2010

There is a Babel of digital patterning in the new paintings of the young artist B more...

Eric Tillinghast


Continuing through May 29, 2010

Eric Tillinghast navigates between painting, photography, and sculpture t more...

Thomas Campbell


Continuing through May 15, 2010

Yar is a nautical term for "ready," or "quick and agile." Being so, Thomas Campbell's curr more...

Nathan Redwood


Nathan Redwood's masterful, liquid painting style is fully in effect in "Altered Atmospheres."  His spaghetti- and more...

Lance Letscher


Continuing through May 15, 2010

Lance Letscher's new body of work is an array of his trademark collage in more...

Stuart Arends


Continuing through May 29, 2010

Over the course of the past three decades Stuart Arends has engaged with more...

Stella Zhang


Continuing through September 5, 2010

Stella Zhang is a young Beijing-born, classically trained artist who more...

Chris Beas


On May 1, 1994 famed Formula more...

Ai Weiwei


This Ai Weiweimore...

Stephen Sollins: 'New Thoughts'


In Borges\' story, \'The Approach to Almutasim,\' the narrator discerns the influence of a holy man in the transfigured faces of his foll more...

William T. Wiley in Retrospect


\"Mr. Unatural Eyes the Ape Run Ledge,\" 1975
Charcoal, colo more...

'American Stories:'


Continuing through May 23, 2010

Those who evaluate genre paintings by awarding points solely to the most convincingly real more...

Dorothy Goode


Continuing through May 29, 2010

In "Paintings I wrote on in 2009," Dorothy Goode introduces a new element to her visual vo more...

David 'Netherland' van Alphen


Opened May 7, 2010

In his new solo exhibit, \'Plaid and Twill,\' David \'Netherland\' van Alphen combines his signature \' more...

Douglas Leon Cartmel


Continuing through June 12, 2010

The fil rouge, or better yet, the fil gris, connecting the figural to t more...

Roger Herman


\'Rogermore...

Storm Tharp


\'Stormmore...

Eric Zimmerman and Emilie Halpern


When NASA’s Voyager Pro more...

Arshile Gorky


Given the high drama of his p more...

Kathleen Henderson


Having received her BFA in pa more...

Martin Stupich


Continuing through June 7, 2010

Tom Tavelli might well call his gallery the Place Where Western Stereotypes are Challenged more...

Linda Christensen and Sherry Karver


A cursory glance at the paintings of Linda Christensen is all it takes to see the Bay Area influence of Richard Diebenko more...

Louise Bourgeois


Continuing through June 12, 2010

The vast ouvre of internationally recognized and legendary artist Louise Bourgeoi more...

Bart Esposito


Continuing through June 12, 2010

With \"Bends\" Bart Exposito continues to develop his work in a more nua more...

Chris Martin


Continuing through June 12, 2010

An intimate viewing space is well suited for Chris Martin's multi-media more...

Anne Mudge


Continuing through July 4, 2010

Nestled in the corner gallery farthest from the entrance to the museum, Anne Mudg more...

Uncommon Threads


Continuing through July 14, 2010

Not many seven year olds today perfect their sewing skills embroidering tea towels, as Ro more...

Fang Ling-An


more...

Richard Walker


Richard T. Walker, "Successive Inconceivable Events," 2005
Single channel DVD projection or monito more...

Gaylen Hansen


Gaylen Hansen, \"Fish Ladder,\" 2009
Acrylic on canvas, 48\" x 60\"
more...

The Hilton Brothers


The Hilton Brothers, "Heaven," 2009, Digital pigment photograph, 52" x 36"
Photo: courtesy Gebert more...

David Nakabayashi


Apparently fueled by an exist more...

Matt Lipps


Continuing through June 12, 2010

Cubism's fracturing of space and Abstract Expressionism's charged brushstroke meet Postmo more...

Orna Feinstein


Continuing through June 12, 2010

One thing is certain: Orna Feinstein\'s monoprints are about perception more...

Wid B. Vicious


Continuing through June 19, 2010

Best known for his abstract digital prints created with 1980s-era computer programs, mult more...

China: Secrets of the Silk Road


Continuing through July 25, 2010

While Egyptian mummies continue to fascinate, the mummies in "China: Secrets of t more...

Alice Neel


One line of reasoning is that more...

''Leaps into the Void''


The somewhat tongue-in-cheek \"First Manifesto of Nouveau Realis more...

Davide Coltro


One hundred black-and-white portraits, with an emphasis toward the black end of the scale, repetitively line the walls of this solo exhib more...

Silvia Poloto


Vibratory permutations of color and balanced, intuitive compositions lend Silvia Poloto’s paintings a playful élan. The S&a more...

Gabriel Acevedo Velarde


In the brochure accompanying "FOCUS: Gabriel Acevedo Velarde," Andrea Karnes astutely points out "the idea of 'relational aesthetics' is more...

'Stitches'


Continuing through June 12, 2010

In \"Stitches\" curator Sinead Finnerty-Pyne has gathered a remarkably diverse group of a more...

Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe


Continuing through June 26, 2010

In "Reconstructing the View," the latest exhibit from their ongoing Grand Canyon project more...

Francesca Gabbiani


Continuing through July 10, 2010

Walk into this exhibition armed with the knowledge that some of Francesca Gabbiani's work more...

Joseph Bueys, 'Multiples'


Joseph Beuys, \"Schlitten (Sled),\" wooden shed stamped with oil more...

Todd Schorr


In a world flooded with anxie more...

Matt Browning


A 2007 graduate of the University more...

Uta Barth


Continuing through June 26, 2010

Uta Barth's series of photographs constitute a dialogue about what we se more...

Renate Aller


Continuing through July 3, 2010

Back in the 19th century, Europeans and East-Coast Americans were worried about the end of more...

Michael Kenna


In these days of economic hangover, beauty may seem an extravagance, but it's one we can't afford to neglect. Preston Sturges's film come more...

Chris Jordan


Continuing through August 15, 2010

The painter Hieronymus Bosch was, you could say, 15th century Europe\'s go-to guy for e more...

'World Maps'


“World Maps” is a more...

Mark Harrington


The structural base of Mark H more...

Erin Cone


Even with fast and wide praise of more...

John Baldessari


So alert does John Baldessari more...

Richard Marquis


In the late 1960s, Richard Ma more...

Rachel Whiteread


Continuing through August 15, 2010

more...

Storm Tharp


Continuing through June 26, 2010 

On the heels of his strong showing at this year’s Whitney Biennial, Storm Thar more...

Peter Sarkisian


Continuing through July 24, 2010

If there were such a thing as the color “candy-apple yellow,” Peter S more...

Denis Darzacq


“Hyper,” the title of Denis Darzacq’s most recent suite of photographs, features a mélange of y more...

John Sonsini


Continuing through July 3, 2010

John Sonsini’s portraits of day laborers reveal a segment of societ more...

'Seeing Women in History Makes History Look Different'


Continuing through August 22, 2010

“Seeing Women in History Makes History Look Different” is more...

Meow Wolf


Continuing through July 3, 2010

Can\'t find that old afghan that you swiped from your granny\'s couch ages ago? How a more...

Chester Arnold


Continuing through July 3, 2010 

Chester Arnold\'s paintings and drawings (here, studies of the more...

Monika Ritterhaus


Continuing through July 17, 2010

\"Der Ring des Nibelungen,\" Richard Wagner\'s epic four opera cycle recently comple more...

Carol Lefkowitz


Carol Lefkowitz's abstract oils on canvas or paper may be untitled (e.g., "Untitled #141," "Untitled $144," "Untitled #1 more...

Aaron Curry


Following his Hammer Project from late 2008/early 2009, Aaron Curry’s “Two Sheets Thick” pushes his sc more...

'The Dissolve'


“The Dissolve&r more...

Gustavo Acosta


Edgy urbanscapes have become comm more...

Dennis Hopper


Double Standard
1961/2006, water based primer oil and matte varnish on vinyl
9\' 5\" x more...

Pard Morrison


Pard Morrison is interested in creating hybrids of painting and sculpture in a
post-minimalist style. His solo show at Rule Gallery more...

Post-Now


Continuing through July 17, 2010

Wildlife in a world bereft of human presence unites three otherwise disparate sets of pho more...

Jason Salavon


Continuing through July 25, 2010

Born in 1970, Jason Salavon grew up with ever-evolving computer technolo more...

Editor's Pick: Jeff Jahn


Continuing through August 1, 2010

Fresh on the heels of co-curating the University of Oregon\'s Donald Judd conference and more...

Michael Corrine West


Seeing a group of truly fine paintings straight out the best of the Abstract Expressionist era, one might be forgiven for wondering - why more...

Whiting Tennis


\"Whitingmore...

Jenny Morgan


more...

Patrick Dintino


Patrick Dintin        <a href=more...

Elizabeth Patterson


Originally from Pennsylvania and educated at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Elizabeth Patterson relocated to Los Angeles in 1 more...

Clare Rojas


San Francisco neo-folk artist more...

David Tomb


Barnett Newman\'s famous joke about art history being irrelevant to artists, just as ornithology is to birds, has always been irrelevant more...

Bette Burgoyne


Continuing through July 31, 2010

Bette Burgoyne\'s latest exhibition of pencil drawings channel a deep, d more...

Monsters and Miracles


Lisa Brown, \"The Latke was Suffering so much that It Leapt out of the Hot Pan
and Out the Windo more...

Self and Family...


Continuing through August 9, 2010

For Charlotte Jackson\'s inaugural exhibition in her new space in the Railyard Arts Dist more...

Bert Long


Continuing through August 14, 2010

Bert Long takes Carl Jung's "Red Book" or "Liber Novus," the Latinate more...

''Machinations''


Don’t let the title of the more...

Denver Arts


Portia Munson, "Pink Project: Table," (Detail) 
[Bad Girls, New Museum, found pink plastic o more...

Russell Crotty


Continuing through August 14, 2010

Russell Crotty is known for his night-sky drawings on Japanese pa more...

Henry Leutwyler and Joseph Szabo


Continuing through August 14, 2010

\"Neverland Lost: A Portrait of Michael Jackson\" is a dazzling exhibition of phot more...

John Dempcy


Continuing through July 31, 2010

In \"Inner Fictions,\" Seattle-based painter John Dempcy serves up more...

Jay DeFeo


Continuing through August 7, 2010

Eclipsing Jay DeFeo\'s petite frame, the artist\'s 11-by-8-foot paintin more...

Keer Tanchak


Keer Tanchak\'s painterly versions of Rococo arcadias are impossible to see today outside the context of financial meltdown and oil-well more...

Youngsuk Suh


The Four Horsemen of our current more...

Felipe Ehrenberg


It is noticeably strange that more...

Mary Shaffer, Peter Halley, and Gunter Forg


Continuing through August 7, 2010

Three solo shows share color, line, and form in distinctly different expressions an more...

Einar and Jamex de la Torre


Einar and Jamex de la Torre, \"Chakamotas,\" 2009
Blown glass and mixe more...

John Seery


John Seery came to prominence in New York some four decades ago as a central figure in the Lyrical Abstraction movement--a respo more...

Editor's Pick: Edition Jacob Samuel


Continuing through August 29, 2010

Beautifully presented and installed, the complete editions from Edition Jacob S more...

Peter Millett


Continuing through August 14, 2010

In "Skyscrapers," Peter Millett's latest exhibition of sculptures, ben more...

'Shattering the Glass Wall'


It might be overstating the case only slightly to say that the last time a large glass caused this kind of a stir in a cultural instituti more...

Monica Lundy


Last autumn, Bay Area artist more...

Bart Exposito


Painter Bart Exposito has been pushing forward in one, very specific direction for nearly a decade and almost every stage of the journey more...

'Art on the Edge'


The NMMA's second biennial juried show was curated by Nicholas Baume, chief curator and director of the Public Art Fund in New York, on b more...

'Stripped: Neo-Minimal Strategies in Contemporary Art'


Continuing through September 10, 2010

more...

Sherry Karver


Continuing through August 28, 2010

more...

Michael Eastman


Continuing through August 29, 2010

more...

Timothy Nolan


Continuing through August 21, 2010

more...

'Wall Installations'


Continuing through August 14, 2010

more...

Jim Marshall


\"Johnny Cash and June Carter\"
1969
Jim Marshall
Silver Gelatin Photograph
© more...

Kim Abeles


“Kim Abeles:  Art more...

David Trulli


It’s been noted that th more...

Sherrie Wolf


For years Sherrie Wol more...

Squeak Carnwath


Continuing through September 13, 2010

more...

Casey McGlynn


 

Continuing thro more...

Nancy Rubins


Continuing through September 3, 2010more...

Harold Fox


Continuing through September 7, 2010more...

The Second Program: Art Beyond the Frame


Continuing through August 28, 2 more...

2-D/3-D


Continuing through September 18, 2010more...

Lynn Aldrich


Cmore...

Buff Monster


For his fourth solo exhibitio more...

Il Lee


The juxtaposition of ballpoin more...

Editor's Pick: Sabin Aell / Emma Hardy


The end of summer i more...
On Kawara


Opening September 4, 2010

On Kawara is a New-York-based conceptu more...

Graciela Iturbide


Continuing through September 18, 2010

Mexican photographer Graciela Iturb more...

Tom Waldron / Arthur Drooker


Continuing through September 3, 2010

The two-person exhibition Tom Waldro more...

Heather Gwen Martin


A surreptitious and quite chi more...

Jana Flynn & Jill Gallenstein


Linear and organic structures more...

Jules Olitski


Untitled-Sevenmore...

'High All Day'


Continuing through September 30 more...

Tim Bavington


Continuing through October 2, 2010

When more...

Joanne LeFrak


more...

Dennis Hopper


Continuing through September 26, 2010

more...

Hadar Sobol


The weariness of Woman and fi more...

''Prelude to an Apocalypse''


Contemporary American landsca more...

Sarah Fox at Space Gallery, Denver


Space Gallery is one of the top spots on Santa Fe Drive south of downtown Denver, which is the art district in the city. Space\'s success more...

Jian Wang


Jian Wang is a painter in the Bay Area figurative tradition, having studied under such masters as Wayne Thiebaud, Manuel Neri, and Roland more...

David Buckingham


Continuing through October 20, more...

Adam Sorenson


Continuing through October 2, 2 more...

John O'Brien


John O\'Brien is interested in the histories and practices of museums. This interest is more in the conceptual tradition of Marcel Broodt more...

Ala Ebtekar


Many artists draw upon their individual histories to create works which speak to their experience. For artists of Persian descent, in par more...

Joe Deal


Joe Deal's final works, "West and West," on view this summer at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, made one last shift in a f more...

Dena Schuckit


"Aerial Event 2"
2010
Acrylic on wood
20" x 24"
Photo: courtesy of David B. Smith G more...

Zer01 Festival


In 2000, ZER01 was established in San Jose, California, to aid the exploration of the intersection between technology, digital culture, a more...

David Alfaro Siqueiros


David Alfaro Siqueiros’ ant more...

Dana DeKalb


A retablo is a devotional paintin more...

Judith Belzer


The natural world was not so more...

Paula Castillo


Continuing through October 8, 2010

Paula Castillo\'s sculptures ma more...

Deborah Aschheim


Deborah Aschheimmore...

Cézanne and American Modernism


Continuing through September 26, 2010

\"Cézanne and American Moderni more...

Arcy Douglass


Continuing through October 23, 2010

In "Cloud," Arcy Douglass transf more...

Carlee Fernandez


Continuing through October 9, 2010

In her latest works, Carlee Fernandez
more...

Trenton Doyle Hancock


Continuing through October 23, 2010

The collages, paintings, drawings, and now scul more...

Nancy Jackson


Continuing through October 9, 2010

Nancy Jackson\'s current show s more...

Meeson Pae Yang


Recently, LAUNCH was launched with a solo show by Meeson Pae Yang. \"Accumulations\" featured four of her whimsical faux-ecosystem instal more...

Michael C. McMillen


As we enter the gallery we op more...

Vik Muniz


“I was born in Brazil a more...

Elise Wagner


In \"Solar Flare,\" painter Elise Wagner played variations on the theme of the music of the spheres. In semi-abstract oil and encaustic p more...

'Self and Family... A Recent Look'


For Charlotte Jackson\'s inaugural exhibition in her new space in the Railyard Arts District, she chose to do something different than pr more...

James Gobel


While Mick Jagger cautioned listeners that \"you can\'t always get what you want,\" Bay Area-based artist James Gobel\'s recent exhibitio more...

Mark Ruwedel


Lurking behind every discourse on ruins is nineteenth-century Romanticism with its melancholic musings on the transitory nature of life a more...

'Seedlings'


Curated by New York curator Regine Basha, "Seedlings" is proof of the old Miesian adage that less is more. The works of nine young artist more...

Eva Lake


Widely known in the Northwest for her finely graded abstract paintings in the Op Art tradition, Eva Lake shared a different vein of her p more...

Deborah Bell


For her eleventh solo show in Seattle since 1990, 44-year-old Deborah Bell continued to extend the range of imagery in her abstract paint more...

Marianne Kolb


When Sue Greenwood Fine Art first introduced painter Marianne Kolb to intrigued Orange County collectors and critics, acclaim came instan more...

Susan Danis


Surrealism extolled the imaginative transformation of found objects (objets trouves) as exemplified in Meret Oppenheim's iconic fur-lined more...

Age and Innocence


Situated in a former storage garage in the sleepy suburb of Eagle Rock, CA, you first enter Mike Kelley and Michael Smith's "A Voyage of more...

Lari Pittman


When Immanuel Kant wrote that more...

James Magee


The loveliest things with which w more...

Kim MacConnel


This October marks San Diego-based artist Kim MacConnel's first full-career retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, (M more...

Elizabeth Patterson


Colored pencil may not be the most popular or poetic medium, but in the deft hands of LA artist Elizabeth Patterson, it proves surprising more...

Timothy Siciliano


Continuing through October 9, 2010

"Dongguan more...

Shepard Fairey


Continuing through October 16, 2010

"Printed Matters" is a jam-packed tour that featu more...

Kent Williams


Continuing through September 30, 2010

Whether or not they actively subsume sexualit more...

Patrick McFarlin


Continuing through October 17, 2010

Taking for his subject the obituaries published i more...

Hugh Brown


Continuing through October 30, 2010

If collage with its juxtaposition of disparate el more...

Martina Sauter


Continuing through October 31, 2010

The work in "Shapely Shadows and a New Apartment" more...

Photo Environment


Continuing through October 20, 2010

The highlight of "Photo Environmentmore...

Yozo Suzuki


The art of Yozo Suzuk more...

''Thickening the Plot''


Gardens bring the bewildering more...

50 Years of Tamarind


It was the best of art openings: wall-to-wall people, fine wine and food, great talk and observation. But it also marked a unique moment: more...

Mike Bray


Continuing through October 16, 2010

In \"It was never about the audience,\" more...

Ester Partegás


Continuing through October 30, 2010

Ester Partegás is a Spa more...

Michael Hall


Continues through October 16, 2010

When the Cold War ended in the late 1980s after tw more...

Will Rogan


Continuing through November 6, 2010

Will Rogan presents quietly intr more...

Roland Reiss


Given the way that he continuously and relentlessly looks forward, it seems strange for Roland Reiss to look back. Reiss makes objects th more...

Jordi Alcaraz


Continuing through November 30, 2010

In his first American showing, Jordi Alc more...

Teresita Fernández


Continuing through October 22, 2010

Although Duchampian conceptualism has evolved int more...

'New School Cool'


Continuing through November 6, 2010

Although the Light and Space movement that emerge more...

Naomi Shigeta


Continuing through October 30, 2010

In \"Path to Passage\" Naomi Shigeta\'s more...

Matthew Ronay


Continuing through January 2, 2011

Matthew Ronay\'s enchanting \"B more...

Patrick Merrill


Patrick Merrill left a rich legac more...

Andy Moses


Andy Moses bridges multiple g more...

Andrew Schoultz


San Francisco artist Andr more...

Michael Knutson


Continuing through October 30, 2010

Known for creating patterns of spiraling geomet more...

Garland Fielder


Continuing through December 18, 2010

The contorted and impossible geometries of more...

'Creative Continuum'


Continuing through November 28, 2010

In Wynn Bullock\'s \"Child in Forest,\" from 1 more...

Christina Empedocles


Continuing through October 31, 2010

Christina Empedocles presents more...

Chris Oatey


Continuing through November 14, 2010

In \"Animate Objects\" labor-intensive carbon more...

Michael Goldberg


Wandering through the museum surv more...

''The 1960s Revisited''


This ambitious exhibition, more...

Lee Friedlander


Lee Friedlandermore...

Ballad of the Non-Specific Object


Continuing through November 27, 2010

The artist more...

Paul McCarthy


Continuing through November 6, 2010

This inaugu more...

Introductions: Three Emerging Artists


The paintings of Steve Burtch more...

Martin Durazo


Fresh off an April show at Gallery Lara in Tokyo, a critically acclaimed and controversial residency at the 18th Street Art Center this s more...

Michael Schultheis


Growing up on a cattle ranch in Eastern Washington, Northwest painter Michael Schultheis had limited options. If he ever wanted to leave, more...

Dimitri Kozyrev


Continuing through December 11, 2010

Landscape painting often evokes quietness, stillness; bringing solitary cont more...

Mary Snowden


\"I feel like I\'ve come full circle,\" says Mary Snowden--Bay Area artist and chairperson of painting and drawing at California College more...

The Crocker Expands into the 21st Century


Against a backdrop of stalled urban renewal projects and a paralyzed state legislature, Sacramento\'s tripled-in-size Crocker Art Museum more...

Steve Roden


PASADENA, CA
Steve Roden: \"In Between\" at the Armory Center for the Artsmore...

Colleen Sanders


Aesthetic transcendence is a delusion, according to the current thinking of aesthetic agnostics or atheists, but art-lovers still seek th more...

Paula Castillo


If metal could escape/from coffers and factories/and the torn-open mountains/ close around it again/we would be whole

--Ra more...

Vernon Fisher


Fort Worth conceptual artist Vernon Fisher has been known for the use of language in his painting-based installations at least since 1977 more...

David Buckingham


Some contemporary artists make much ado of criticizing consumer capitalism, an economic system not without grievous faults, as recent eve more...

Will Rogan


Will Rogan\'s recent exhibition at Altman Siegel Gallery, \"Stay Home,\" quietly reflected on contradictions of awareness and oblivion, f more...

Lezley Saar


Lezley Saar's "Autist's Fables," an oeuvre she created over a span of two years, seems to be a continuation of her former body of work, " more...

Don Quade


Over the last several years Denver painter Don Quade's work has been changing. When he first started to show his pieces some years ago, t more...

'Ojos Bien Abiertos / Eyes Wide Open'


Sgraffito drawings by Texan artist Alice Leora Briggs joined new prints by Guatemalan photographer Luis Gonzalez Palma and historic works more...

Jordi Alcaraz


Every now and again one comes across an artist whose vision is incontrovertible and absolutely without measure, and it's as if your breat more...

Eric Adrian Lee


Eric Adrian Lee's solo debut in Seattle at Gallery IMA was a modest but promising group of 15 mostly square, abstract paintings that all more...

Pablo Picasso


Pablo Picasso’s more...

John Belingheri


The idea of art defining and more...

Fertile Ground


Continuing through December 4, 2010

Master more...

Alberto Burri


Continuing through December 18, 2010

Alberto Burri was an Italian more...

Tom Orr


Continuing through November 13, 2010

The experience of Tom Orr\'s more...

Astrid Preston


\"East west spring fall\" sho more...

Charles Arnoldi


In “Charles Arn more...

Catherine Wagner


Catherine Wagner&rsqu more...

William Dole


While teaching at UC Santa Barbar more...

Christian Bonnefoi


Continuing through Decemb more...

Mary Beth Edelson


Continuing through December 11, 2010 more...

William Brice


William Brice\'s work has bee more...

'2010 California Biennial'


Just as anticipation is build more...

William T. Wiley and H.C. Westermann


This funky, fun show highligh more...

Benjamin Patterson


Continuing through January 23, 2011

We get in on the Fluxus after-party with an overd more...

Trine Ellitsgaard


Continuing through December 4, 2010
more...

Vanessa Renwick


Continuing through November 27, 2010

Filmmaker and installation artist Vaness more...

Augusta Wood


Continuing through December 23, 2010

"I have only what I remember" is a surprisingly more...

Michael David


Continuing through November 27, 2010

The monstrous object of beauty in Michae more...

Jerry Uelsmann / Maggie Taylor


Continuing through January 30, 2011

Husband-and-wife Jerry Uelsmann more...

Joachim Bandau / Cornelia Schulz


The cosmic battle between mod more...

Shane McAdams


“Micro Chasm” is more...

Olga Sinclair


more...

Yrjö Edelmann


Swedish painter Yrj&o more...

The Fisher Collection


Nine Multicolored Marilyns (Reversal Series)
1976-1986
Andy Warhol
Acrylic and s more...

Einar and Jamex de la Torre


La Reconquista (Triptych)
2010
Lenticular photographic image on translucent medium
more...

Yrjo Edelmann


Continuing through December 29, 2010

Swedish painter Yrjö Edelmann possesses a painterly dexterity v more...

Darren Hostetter


Continuing through December 11, 2010

The work of Darren Hostetter is a specialized humor akin to Mel Broo more...

Maira Kalman


Maira Kalman is more...

Randy Colosky


Continuing through December, 2010
more...

Susie Rosmarin


Continuing through Dece more...

Martin Creed


Continuing through December 18, 2010

Martin Creed is a Scotland-born more...

G. Lewis Clevenger


Continuing through December 30, 2010

Until 2002, G. Lewis Clevengermore...

Martin Mull


Continuing through December 18, 2010

Although you may know him as Roseanne's gay boss more...

Andy Diaz Hope


Andy Diaz Hope’smore...

Jonas Wood


As George Santayana wrote, "Those more...

Rolando Briseño


Continuing through February 13, more...

Carol Es


Continuing through December 30, 2010

more...

Ronald Slowinski


Continues through January 16, 2011

more...

Even Younger Than Jesus


Continuing through December 31, 2010

\"more...

Chris Engman


Photographer Chris Engman more...

Brian Forrest and Rose-Lynn Fisher


The deep, dark, almost tactile bl more...

Andy Goldsworthy


Using only materials found as more...

Preston Singletary


Continuing through Feb more...

Joan Hall


Continuing through February 12, 2011

Avid s more...

Joe Sorren


Continuing through January 2, 2011

The pain more...

Vernon Fisher


Conceptual art can lean so terribly far into our own cranial turf that there’s little on the “outside” for our imaginat more...

Lee Kelly


In the where-do-we-go-from-here moment experienced by many second generation, Left Coast Abstract Expressionists, Lee Kelly took to the s more...

Frederick Wight


Frederick Wight (1902-1986) f more...

Michelle Grabner and Brad Killam


Michelle Grabnermore...

Vija Celmins


Intransigent contradiction abounds in the work of Vija Celmins. But it does so subtly. The guns, exploded planes, a more...

Ansen Seale


Ansen Seale deploys slitscan photography to show us the world as it unfolds over time. “River of Light” offers up linear colo more...

Sean Duffy


Continuing through January 23, 2011

The co more...

Alwyn O'Brien


Continuing through January 15, 2011

more...

Phyllis Green


This exhibition of over forty more...

Margie Livingston


It started with a hairball. Margi more...

Mayme Kratz


Tiny fish bones, button-like more...

Jeff Zilm


Continuing through February 12, 2011

Dematerialization has a succinct and precise mea more...

'Insolitus'


Continuing through January 31, 2011

With an intriguing title that suggests the incons more...

'High-Def'


Continuing through January 22, 2011

Geometric abstraction is alive and well in this g more...

West of Rome Public Art


Marnie Weber, \"more...

Mark Dion's 'Marvelous Museum'


Taxidermied two-year-old Indian elephant from the Snow Museum of Natural History
(one of the foundin more...

Ingrid Calame


Ingrid Calame, \"Arcelo more...

Larry Mullins


Larry Mullins, "She's Banged Up"
2009 - 2010, Oil, spray more...

Alexander Calder


Part aerial act, part cinched more...

Charles Garabedian


This Charles Garabedian retro more...

Rusty Scruby


Neuroscience tells us that th more...

Mike Kelley


 

Videos more...
Astrid Preston


From her earliest renditions of architectural fragments on aluminum cutouts in the 1970s, to the patterned formal gardens set within wide more...

John Yoyogi Fortes


Eclecticism and hybridity may be common practice these days, but who would have thought that graffiti art, pop surrealism, and identity a more...

The Date Farmers


Continuing through February 26, 2011

The Date Farmers - Armando Lerm more...

Carolina Silva


Continuing through January 29, 2011

Carolina Silva contemplates the more...

Laura Mackin


Continuing through February 19, 2011

In "Time Enough," Laura Mackin more...

David X Levine


Continuing through January 29, 2011

Oddball hybrids of automatist strategies and obse more...

Geoff Chadsey


Continuing through February 12, 2011

Young American males not so long ago had stand more...

Hap Tivey


Well known for his wall sculp more...

Maritta Tapanainen


In the exhibition, & more...

''Einfluss: 8 from Dusseldorf''


The immediate impression of < more...

A New Scene Takes Root In Potrero Hill


Where the old warehouses, high-tech lofts, and chic eateries of San Francisco's Potrero Hill rub up against the gritty streets, ecstatic more...

Martin Mull


There is a certain air of poignancy that wafts through the paintings of Martin Mull. Sifting through the attic of America's faded mid-ce more...

Gabriel Vormstein


Continuing through May 1, 2011

For German artist Gabriel Vormstein, more...

Manjari Sharma


Continuing through February 12, 2011

Are sexuality and sexiness mutually inclusive? more...

Jane Brucker


Haus is a residential propert more...

Ben Durham


Continuing through February 12, 2011

Ben Durham lives and works in more...

Street Art Comes Alive in New Mexico


Street artists who paint, paste and sculpt on urban space haven\'t always received a warm welcome from the fine art world. Reactions to more...

Adam Ekberg


For photographer Adam more...

Cork Marcheschi


Inside the darkened gallery space more...

''Radioactive and Bright''


Patrick Horsley’s vivid more...

Suprasensorial


Predating the light and space more...

Christopher Taggart


Continuing through March 5, 2011

Nature and culture mix it up again in the mock-sci more...

Mark Zirpel


Continuing through March 26, 2011

In "Queries in Glass" Seattle-based sculptor and in more...

Ryan McLennan & Laura Ball


Continuing through February 26, 2011

Ryan McLennan and Lau more...

Steve Reynolds


Continuing through February 23, 2011
more...

Ted Laredo


Continuing through March 5, 2011

Although Ted Laredo's works are all more...

Terence La Noue


Continuing through February 26, 2011

For Terence La Noue, it's not e more...

''Enter Slowly,'


Six emerging artists from Ireland more...

Bart Exposito


“Paper Primitives&rdquo more...

Michel Verjux


Parisian artist Michel Ve more...

James Robie


Multi-faceted, eclectic and diver more...

''Exploring the Impact of Water''


The 26 diverse works on display i more...

Tim Cross


Continuing through February 27, 2011

Tim Cross prints photographs on more...

Daido Moriyama


Continuing through February 26, 2011

World-renowned photographer Daido Moriya more...

Anna Ayeroff


Continuing through March 3, 2011

The first of a series of ten curatorial projects,more...

Judy Pfaff


Best known for her complex instal more...

Trevor Paglen


In his first domestic solo exhibi more...

Amy Cutler / Runa Islam / Ruth Claxton


The three solo shows curated more...

Thomas Gainsborough / Howard Hodgkin


Although over two hundred yea more...

On Strike from the Huffington Post


When we were invited to become a more...

Matt McCormick


Continuing through April 2, 2011

The centerpiece of photographer and filmmaker more...

Julian Hoeber


Continuing through March 12, 2011

Julian Hoeber's new paintings are more...

Theodore Svenningsen


Bringing together the visual more...

Ed Ruscha


Uniting technology and mental more...

Camille Seaman


The polar ice caps are shrink more...

Larry Fink


Continuing through March 19, 2011

Larry Fink's collection of silver more...

Jim Nolan


Continuing through April 2, 2011

Jim Nolan transforms materials from more...

Uta Barth


Continuing through May 8, 2011

Uta Barth is a photographer known for more...

''Gods of Angkor''


A metals conservation laborat more...

Beili Liu


more...

a.k.a Zen


Continuing through March 27, 2011

a.k.a Zen examines the diverse mea more...

Jon Haddock


Opening March 18, 2011

In "Isometric Screenshots" by Jon Haddock the more...

Kerry Tribe


Continuing through April 24, 2011

"Milton Sees a Ghost" employs a minimal set of foun more...

Sister Corita


Continuing through June 5, 2011

A blaze of bright color and bold graphics by more...

Norman Zammitt (1931-2007)


You tend to stand in front of a Norman Zammitt painting like you would a Mark Rothko--that is, silenced by its transcendent quality. You\ more...

''New Image Sculpture''


Partly inspired by the ground-bre more...

Laura Karetzky


Laura Karetzky’s exhibition more...

Halim Alkarim


One of the three current solo more...

''In the Dark''


One of the first lessons in D more...

Doug Aitken


In a culture over-saturated with media, how do we make sense of the information that bombards us? The constant input of sights, sounds an more...

Geoffrey Todd Smith


Psychedelic, hypnotic, dizzying, hallucinogenic. Standing in the midst of Geoffrey Todd Smith's recent show at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles more...

Jacobine van der Meer


Continuing through March 26, 2011

Look past the seeming callowness of Jacobin more...

Susan Logoreci


Continuing through April 6, 2011

Susan Logoreci's painstaking color more...

Chiappa / Long / Wood


Continuing through April 2, 2011

As cleverness goes, this show - a collaboration cons more...

Terry Allen / Rebecca Campbell


Continuing through April more...

Mayumi Nishida


Mayumi Nishida’ more...

Deborah Oropallo


The show of new work by D more...

Ray Turner


Just when selectivity (with a more...

Eric Eley


Continuing through April 8, 2011

Eric Eley constructs worlds from more...

Merrill Mahaffey


Continuing through April 6, 2011

Ever the intrepid landscape artist, Merrill more...

Marvin Zindler


In the early 1950s, Houston w more...

David Levinthal


This tasty sampler of images by n more...

Michael Kessler


Continuing through April more...

Linda Fleming


more...

Tony Delap / Ruth Pastine


Two exceptional artists, more...

Christo and Jeanne-Claude: 'Over the River'


\"Over the River,\" Project For The Arkansas River, State of Colorado
2008, Collage with pencil, more...

Darren Waterston


Nothing is what it seems to be in the work of San Francisco artist Darren Waterston. Barely-there orbs ooze from one configuration to the more...

Analia Saban


Continuing through April 23, 2011

For "Grayscale" Analia Saban has l more...

Some Assembly Required


Construction of art from debr more...

Sol LeWitt


Continuing through April 30, 2011

Grids, f more...

James Pustorino


Above: James Pustorino, \"Universechild 9: sometimes you know you are dreaming and you try to change more...

David Leigh


Continuing through May 10, 2011

This past winter, while pondering what to do for his more...

'Magnetic Fields'


Continuing Through May 15, 2011

Whether treated as a deep space penetrated by tangled more...

Cecilia Miguez


Continuing through April 23, 2011

Capturing us in their space and spelling out their more...

''Art in the Streets''


The existential question haun more...

Matt Sellars


Matt Sellars ins more...

Cig Harvey


“Life is ....”   more...

Naomie Kremer


Naomie Kremermore...

Adela Andea


Continuing through May 14, 2011

Adela Andea's sculpture extends the more...

Richard Walker


Continuing through April 30, 2011

Richard Walker presents a three sc more...

Leonardo Drew


Environmental collapse is a theme many artists are expl more...

''Surface Truths''


“Inside the museum infinity goes up on trial,&rdq more...

Eric Elliott


Eric Elliott lays it on thick. His ric more...

A Lens on the Land


 The American West has been defined by its landscape, and its landscape, in turn, has been defined by photography. While th more...

Larassa Kabel


Continuing through April 30, 2011

Walking into Larassa Kabel's new s more...

Elaine Reiche


Continuing through May 21, 2011

Elaine Reiche\'s \"Ariadne\'s Thre more...

Erik Benson


Continuing through June 4, 2011

When Erik Benson says that he was in more...

Tom Cramer


In the twelve wood-relief pai more...

Felis Stella


As the purveyor of one of our more...

LA Sculptors: Nathan Mabry


Among the new generation of young, LA-based sculptors who reference modernism explicitly in their work, few do it with the wit, smarts, r more...

Katsushika Hokusai


Continuing through August 28, 2011

While Katsushika Hokusai is bes more...

'Earth Now'


Continuing through October 9, 2011

Photography has long been regarded as a medium t more...

Newhagen / Hundt


Continuing through May 7, 2011

The two-person exhibition "Couplings" presents a rich, more...

Manuel Pardo


Continuing through May 12, 2011

New York based, Cuban born artist Manuel Pard more...

Marie Thibeault


Although Marie Thibeault's paintings look frenetic at first glance--teeming with blocks of bold, jumbled color and scrupulous brushstroke more...

Julio Cesar Morales


Having grown up on the Mexico/U.S. border, Julio Cesar Morales has straddled two worlds since childhood. Wearing multiple identities is s more...

Johannes Girardoni


A reductive enquiry into the more...

Eric Zener


In this new body of work, Mar more...

Dario Robleto


Dario Robleto\'smore...

Sarah Moon


“Coincidences” ce more...

Hung Liu


Painter Hung Liu feels she \"has lived many lives, some of them my own.\" Liu came of age during the Chinese Cultural Revolution; instead more...

Roland Bernier


Roland Bernier has been making art for 50 years. His chosen medium--words. While many of his artworks have specific references that are b more...

Heidi Norton


Like many of us, Heidi Norton doesn\'t start out with the intention of killing her houseplants. On occasion, however, the death of a spid more...

Tim Bavington


While not the typical cultural hub, Las Vegas has been essential to English-born artist Tim Bavington's success. Bavington left LA in the more...

LA Sculptors: Patrick Nickell


Patrick Nickell understands Modernism with all its complex implications, how at the heart of the modernist impulse is a pervasive self-co more...

Thomas Glassford


foreground: Thomas Glassford, \"Jungala,\" 2011, Anodized Aluminum, Acrylic Plexiglas, Polyvinyl tubing, Dimensions variable

Backgr more...

Shepard Fairey


A collaboration between Obey Giant Art, Subliminal Projects, and Robert Berman Gallery, \"Revolutions\" features 80 original album covers more...

Cole Sternberg


Conceptual art was the big news at the end of the last century, and also at the beginning of this one. When it comes to painting more...

Robert G. Stevens


Lurking behind this exhibitio more...

Lukas Roth


Continuing through May 12, 2011

German photographer Lukas Roth's lar more...

Andy Warhol


Continuing through August 6, 2011

Part of what catapulted Andy Warhol more...

''Eight ELAC Alumni Artists''


The timing could hardly be be more...

''Mysterious Content of Softness''


From hot-pink razor wire to s more...

John Frame


The sculptures of John Fr more...

David Maisel


X-rays, a technology we take for more...

Dante Marioni


Continuing through June 25, 2011

Imaginatively conceived and immaculately executed, t more...

Michael Rouillard


Through May 31, 2011

In thirteen rigorously understated oil on aluminum paint more...

Mark S. Greenfield


Mark Steven Greenfiel more...

Tracey Moffatt


“Loving mothers, slappi more...

Feitelson / Lundeberg


Witness in this exhibition th more...

LA Sculptors: Thomas Houseago


British-born, LA-based sculptor Thomas Houseago\'s work reveals an unabashed appreciation for the past, inspired by the myths of ancient more...

Gyöngy Laky


Continuing through June 11, 2011

Hybridity, fungibility and liminality are buzzword more...

Patricia Patterson


Continuiing through June 30, 2011

One does not simply view Patricia Patterson more...

Aaron Parazette


Continuing through June 11, 2011

Aaron Parazette\'s latest batch o more...

Paul Kos


This mini-retrospective of 26 more...

John White


Since the late 1960’s < more...

Pacific Northwest Contemporary Glass


It is a material that glows and oozes when hot and hardens as it cools, creating a record of the processes that brought it into being: la more...

Subhankar Banerjee


Continuing through August 28, 2011

Subhankar Banerjee\'s exhibitio more...

Heather Cook


Continuing through June 18, 2011

For those who were first exposed to Heather more...

Hayley Barker


Continuing through June 30, 2011

The rapturous semi-abstracted landscapes in more...

Janice Lowry


Continuing through June 12, 2011

Her artwork was as obsessively personal as it was cu more...

Meow Wolf


The future of art in Santa Fe is thriving, thanks to the imagination and initiative of one of its best artist collectives, Meow W more...

Ryan McGinness


The corporate infiltration on eve more...

Nicole Eisenman


Nicole Eisenman more...

Tony Berlant


Tony Berlant more...

John Frame


"Three Fragments of a Lost Tale," John Frame's first solo show since 2005, is a brief look into the artist's ambitiously scaled current p more...

Meredith Dean


Continuing through June 10, 2011

Fleeting glimpses and the multiple levels of informa more...

Kris Lewis


Continuing through June 18, 2011

Kris Lewis' compelling series of su more...

Alex MacLean


The ecological challenges fac more...

Kent Williams


Joseph Campbell in “The more...

Sharon Kopriva


In her new series of mixed-me more...

William Leavitt


William Leavittmore...

Melinda Bergman


Continuing through June 18, 2011

It\'s initially an amusing exercise to walk ginger more...

Linda Hutchins


Continuing through July 2, 2011

Linda Hutchins is known for her expl more...

Jill Moser


Continuing through June 18, 2011

In a sparsely installed solo exhibition, Jil more...

Romare Bearden


Over seventy works comprise this more...

Miles Regis


Miles Regis comb more...

Jennifer Steinkamp


Continuing through January 2, 2012

On the surface more...

Bishton / Calame / Short


Continuing through July 2, 2011

Gi more...

Shared Intelligence


Inspired by the Georgia O&rsq more...

Perception


An aptly titled and tasteful more...

Gudjon Bjarnason


Continuing through August 6, 2011

To avoid the predictable eye-pleasing qualities of more...

James Chronister


Continuing through July 2, 2011

James Chronister's paintings in "Now more...

Julia Freeman


Continuing through June 30, 2011

Julia Freeman takes over this more...

HK Zamani


Continuing through July 2, 2011

Those with deeper knowledge of the downtown and alter more...

Isaac Resnikoff


Continuing through July 9, 2011

The aroma of cedar fills the small rectangular room more...

CNWAA


Continuing through September 11, 2011

The second biennial “Contempora more...

'Fun House'


Continuing through July 30, 2011

It’s an indoor carnival, with an inflated ho more...

Idios Kosmos : Koinos Kosmos


Continuing through October 2, 2011

There’s something mesmerizing about comic more...

Ori Gersht


Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California
Continuing through Se more...

Charles LeDray


Continuing through September 11, 2011

It might seem natural to categorize New York- more...

Laura Parker


Continuing through July 16, 2011

The two series of color photographs presented in Laura Parker\'s ex more...

"The Talent Show"


Continuing through August 21, 2011

The idea of performance and surveillance has, in recent years, become conflated. B more...

Mark Leonard


Continuing through August 23, 2011

At first glance, Mark Leonard’s small paintings may seem to more...

Margaret Kilgallen


Continuing through August 5,  2011

“Summer / Selections” is an excellent opportunity to view a healt more...

'Collectiva'


Continuing through July 9, 2011

Given the almost complete dissociation of the typical fare served up by local galleri more...

Jim Lambie


Continuing through September 3, 2011

The Scottish artist Jim Lambie practices Pop shamanism. Using disco bags more...

Charging RiNo


It\'s a story that could be told about any big city that has an art scene. Artists need to find cheap studios close to the center of thi more...

Florence / Hayakawa


Continuing through August, 2011

Two-person shows can make for tricky matchmaking - we’ve all seen pairings that more...

"For a Long Time..."


Continuing through August 6, 2011

“For a Long Time…” is a collection of works - f more...

Anna Hepler


Continuing through August 5, 2011

A multi-segmented, floral-like sculpture hangs from the ceiling, a jolt of pink aga more...

Judith Liebe


Continuing through July 16, 2011

Judith Liebe’s “Asian Landscape” is dominated by more...

George Nelson


Continuing through September 11, 2011

George Nelson re-imagined and re-made the American home and of more...

Bocanegra & White


Continuing through September 18, 2011

Both artists in this pair of one-person exhibitions profess to be concerned wi more...

Matthew Picton


Continuing through July 30, 2011

British-American conceptual artist Matthew Picton has long traverse more...

Teresa Booth Brown


Continuing through July 30, 2011

Teresa Booth Brown's Thought-Forms is the Northern Colorado residen more...

Krista Peters


Through August 7, 2011

“Scar paper” witnesses Krista Peters fracturing her customary ana more...

Isamu Noguchi


Continuing through October 2, 2011

Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi’s stature gains ne more...

"Modern Mexican Painting"


Continuing through September 25, 2011

National pride can be flown on a flag, sung i more...

Lawrence Gipe


When Lawrence Gipe first saw the industry ad that was to become the basis for his new painting, Rosemont Copper Girl, he knew w more...

Gisela Colon


At once a foreigner in Los Angeles and a resident there for half her life, Gisela Colon is also a born painter. But, until rec more...

Judith Foosaner


When Judith Foosaner hit a dry spell in her work a few years back, the artist pared down her methods and materials. She wrote "Scared an more...

Watts Towers


On the homepage of the Watts Towers Art Center website appears this Calvin Trillin quote from a 1965 issue of The New Yorker: \"If a ma more...

David DiMichele


Continuing through August 27, 2011

Although the idea of creating setups to be photographed can be seen as nothing mor more...

Angela Fraleigh


Continuing through August 20, 2011

With each of her shows Angela Fraleigh has delivered a s more...

"Toy Stories"


Continuing through September 3, 2011

“Toy Stories”
examines adult relationships via chil more...

"California Contemporary"


Continuing through September 3, 2011

The work of three of the ten artists in “California Contemporary&r more...

'Sex/Twist'


Continuing through August 13, 2011

Though media hucksters make bombast out of the occasional politico’s transgr more...

'Harry Houdini: Art and Magic'


Continuing through September 4, 2011

Step into the world of Ehrich Weiss, the immigrant son of a rabbi who transforme more...

"Surf's Up"


Continuing through September 25, 2011

Like a surfer adept at scrutinizing the effect every incoming wave has on the n more...

Michael McMillen


Continuing through August 14, 2011

The shock of the new in art tends to come at the price of general incomprehension more...

'Shape of the Problem'


Continuing through August 27, 2011

Elizabeth Leach’s taste has always been impossible to pigeonhole.  Sinc more...

S.J. Lee & Erik Sanner


Opening August 20, 2011

This two-person show is actually the product of a temporary space taking over the Carmichael more...

Gabriel von Max


Continuing through October 30, 2011

Gabriel von Max
was one of the most well-recognized German paint more...

Joseph Park


Continuing through August 20, 2011

Joseph Park, whose recent work is featured in this solo exhibition, “This is more...

Nancy Youdelman


Continuing through September 17, 2011

For more than four decades, Nancy Youdelman has exemplified th more...

"Glicksman at Pomona"


August 30 through November 6, 2011

In 1969, Mowry Baden, the new art department chair at Pomona College hired Hal Gli more...

Han and Milhalyo


Continuing through October 16, 2011

The aesthetic experience in this case includes nostalgia, wistfulness and a bit o more...

"Face of Our Time"


Continuing through October 16, 2011

Five spacious rooms, each featuring a series of works by a different artist &mdas more...

Richard Whiteley


Continuing through August 27, 2011

In “Encapsulated Space” Richard Whiteley plays a high more...

Dabs Myla


Continuing through September 3, 2011

Dabs Myla is an husband and wife duo that has colored the stree more...

Mark Laita


Continuing through September 3, 2011

The photographic practices of Mark Laita and Rodney Smi more...

Tom Miller


Continuing through September 10, 2011

One of the great joys of being an art critic is witnessing an artist’s gr more...

Jorg Dubin


Continuing through October 16, 2011

There is an air of blue-toned melancholy in the art of Jorg Dubinmore...

Lewis deSoto


Continuing through September 9, 2011

The Wine Country north of more...

Michael Cook


Continuing through August 28, 2011

The commonplace window cover more...

Fotoseptiembre USA


Running from September 1 – 30, 2011

A tsunami of photography exhibits sweeps across San Antonio each fall durin more...

Manny Farber


Continuing through September 17, 2011

“It all seems predicated on the background,” reads a note in more...

Campbell / Ellsworth


Continuing through January 22, 2012

In a provocative move, this joint exhibition “Seeing is Believing” br more...

"The Spectacular of Vernacular"


Continuing through September 18, 2011

There’s talk among the “experts” that a distinctly regional v more...

Charles Anselmo


Continuing through September 17, 2011

After the 1989 fall of the USSR, Cuba, once reckoned a dagger pointed at Florid more...

Christopher Murphy


Opening September 10, 2011

In “Forget That You Were Young,” Christopher Murphy's current more...

Ross Sawyers


Continuing through October 1, 2011

Inspired by the recent spate of home foreclosures, photographer Ross Sawye more...

The Wright View of Color Field


"Color Field Paintings and Related Abstractions Revisited" at Wright Exhibition Space (which runs to September 24) is more...

Lita Albuquerque


Continuing through October 2, 2011

Lita Albuquerque seeks to expand possibilities of process by chal more...

Julie Heffernan


Continuing through October 29, 2011

Full disclosure: I knew this show would be good before I viewed it. Not to say I more...

Carrie Iverson


Continuing through November 19, 2011

Carrie Iverson mixes media with fluency and thoughtfulness in & more...

Chema Madoz


Continuing through October 8, 2011

Absurd alliances, mutual opposites, juxtaposition: these are the terms that descri more...

Richard Jackson


Continuing through October 22, 2011

Richard Jackson has been working in L.A. all this time, but his more...

Kelly O'Connor


Continuing through October 8, 2011

Disneyland and Yellowstone National Park provide the backdrops for Kelly O more...

Farhat / Shammarey


Continuing through October 8, 2011

Simeen Farhat
and Mohammed Al Shammarey are disp more...

"Now and Then"


Opening September 24, 2011

When Jean Milant set up shop on North Manhattan Place in Hollywood in 1971, L.A. was a gal more...

"Game Theory"


Continuing through October 19, 2011

John Cage is the runaway star of “Game Theory.” Perh more...

Jeffrey Gibson


Continuing through October 1, 2011

To call Jeffrey Gibson a crossover artist is to misunderstand the place of more...

Brion Nuda Rosch


Continuing through October 1, 2011

Brion Nuda Rosch presents 23 new works ranging from a large dipty more...

Beatrice Wood


Continuing through March 3, 2012

“Chocolate and Young Men,” the title of a cheeky earthenware sculpture b more...

Karl Benjamin


Continuing through December 24, 2011

I remember the time I first saw a Karl Benjamin painting, in th more...

Munson Hunt


Continuing through January 8, 2012

Munson Hunt’s monoliths of ten chain-sawed and charred cott more...

'Seismic Shift'


Continuing through December 31, 2011

The full title of this exhibition, “Seismic Shift: Lewis Baltz, Jo more...

Michele Pred


Continuing through October 8, 2011

In the aftermath of 9/11 people asserted passionately that nothing would ever be t more...

'Selfless. Selfish. Selfiness.'


Continuing through October 15, 2011

Not inborn, the “self” is constructed and allowed, a privilege of mon more...

Mildred Howard


Continuing through April 29, 2012

more...

Jamie Bollenbach


Continuing through October 15, 2011

Seattle painter Jamie Bollenbach exhibits sixteen paintings that more...

Laura McPhee


Continuing through November 20, 2011

In her monumental photographs of Idaho’s remote Sawtooth Valley, L more...

Alex Lukas


Continuing through October 8, 2011

Apocalyptic American landscapes fill the walls in Philadelphia-based artist more...

Fred Eversley


Continuing through October 29, 2011

This four-decade survey of twenty of Fred Eversley's luminous po more...

Jay Atherton / Cy Keener


Continuing through December 16, 2011

A series of rope-wrapped rocks hang at a rectangular perimeter, tethered to what more...

George Herms


Continuing through October 16, 2011

George Herms’ “Chaos’ Job: Restrain Order&rdqu more...

Creating 'The Great Picture'


To view The Great Picture in its current horseshoe-shaped configuration is to witness a photographic artwork that is awe-inspir more...

Nic Nicosia


Continuing through October 22, 2011

Nic Nicosia’s work, “I See Light,” is so splen more...

Tamas Dezso


Continuing through November 23, 2010

Isolation, bleakness, and decay have a strong presence in this solo exhibition o more...

Now Dig This!


Continuing through January 8, 2012
Charles White’s lithograph titled “Love Letter” features an image of a more...

Hans Burkhardt


Continuing through December 24, 2011

Beneath the ferocity of Hans Burkhardt’s exacting brushwo more...

'The Orient Expressed'


Continuing through January 15, 2011

The West’s 19th-century infatuation with all things Japanese, or Ja more...

Juan Downey


Continuing through December 31, 2011

“The Invisible Architect” is the unifying theme for the many creativ more...

Gajin Fujita


Continuing through November 19, 2011

Gajin Fujita, a local, Boyle Heights hero, has finally returned more...

Forrest Bess


Continuing through October 22, 2011

Forrest Bess (1911 – 1977) lived south of Houston on a sli more...

Glenn Ligon


Continuing through November 16, 2011

Brooklyn-based artist Glenn Ligon uses text as form and content more...

Cyrus Tilton


Continuing through October 29, 2011

Art about real-world issues goes in and out of favor with artists. There are alwa more...

Andy Wing


Opening October 25, 2011

During Andy Wing’s nearly five decades (1957-2004) living and paintin more...

'Some City Angels'


Continuing through October 29, 2011

“Some City Angels” features a combination of artists more...

Mark Bradford


Continuing through January 15, 2012

Born, raised, and trained as an artist in Los Angeles, Mark Bradfordmore...

Susan Mikula


Continuing through November 19, 2011

North American artists, compared to their Latin American and European counterpar more...

Meyers / Molina


Continuing through December 10, 2011

Mike Meyers and Yvette Molina are shown togeth more...

Candice Eisenfeld


Continuing through November 30, 2011

Candice Eisenfeld calls it a “personal archeology of endu more...

How and Nosm


Continuing through November 5, 2011

How and Nosm are identical twin brothers well known for their la more...

"Agitated Histories"


Continuing through January 15, 2012

Curatorial intention is key in exhibitions on a theme that present a wide array o more...

Peter Alexander


Continuing through November 26, 2011

The “wow” factor that astonishes those initially introduced to more...

Lena Wolff


Continuing through December 17, 2011

Lena Wolff has employed the techniques and motifs of quilt-maki more...

William Daniels


Continuing through November 12, 2011

William Daniels’ small, oil on wood paintings belong to t more...

David Eckard


Continuing through November 12, 2011 (Portland: White Box)
December 11, 2011 (The Art Gym)

In “Deployment& more...

Carolee Schneemann


Continuing through December 30, 2011

Carolee Schneemann is well known as a feminist artist and pione more...

Modern Antiquities


Continuing through January 16, 2012

“Modern Antiquities” cannily enters the Pacific Stan more...

Kirsten Everberg


Continuing through January 8, 2012

If you can get past the “trick” of this show - that the places more...

Andrew Witkin


Continuing through December 17, 2011

Andrew Witkin works in clean geometries of common objects, incl more...

Jocelyn Lee


Continuing through November 19, 2011

"Nowhere but Here" is an exhibition of color works by East Coast-based photograp more...

Sarah Bostwick


Continuing through November 26, 2011

A quiet, intimate solo show of seven works by New York–based artist more...

"Mex/LA: Mexican Modernism(s) in Los Angeles, 1930-1985"


Continuing through January 29, 2012

Everyone knows that California was a Mexican territory long before it became a st more...

Mika Tajima


Continuing through June 17, 2012

Mika Tajima’s show, “After the Martini Shot,” ref more...

Schwitters' Merzbau Re-Made In CA


Peter Bissegger: Full-scale reconstruction of Kurt Schwitters' "Hannover Merzbau" more...

John Marin


Continuing through January 8, 2012

John Marin (1870 – 1953) was one of the most widely acclaim more...

Maddy LeMel


Opening November 19, 2011

Though the sculptures of Maddy LeMel are simply constructed and of common more...

Rumi Koshino


Continuing through December 31, 2011

Rumi Koshino’s site-specific installation, Some Songs Hav more...

Ellen George


Continuing through November 26, 2011

Sculptor Ellen George re-emerges with a stylish sophistication more...

Michael Roque Collins


Continuing through December 11, 2011

“Tides of Memory” is a fittingly ambiguous title for Michael more...

Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor


Continuing through December 17, 2011

From the mysteriously twisted and complex images of our dreams comes a suite of more...

ASCO


One of the best ideas to come out of Pacific Standard Time is a retrospective of the Chicano performance and conceptual art group Asco, more...

Still Amazing


It was on a sunny morning back in August of 2004 when then Denver mayor--now Colorado governor--John Hickenlooper announced that Patric more...

Kirsten Everberg


Drive down almost any Los Angeles street, and you're sure to find an eclectic mix of architectural styles--Tudor, Mediterranean, Colonia more...

Yvette Gellis


Los Angeles artist Yvette Gellis' newest body of work, on view this summer at the Garboushian Gallery in Beverly Hills, is at once monu more...

Andrei Molodkin


Continuing through February 12, 2012

If there ever were a time to be outraged by the course of American Empire, it is more...

Jim Waid


Continuing through December 30, 2011

“Fantasia” seems an apt descriptor for Jim Waid&rsq more...

Sue Williams


Continuing through December 22, 2011

Sue Williams’ mini-retrospective of nine mid-to-large pai more...

"Interior Margins"


Continuing through January 30, 2012

Around the dinner table one evening in Spring 2010 something creative was on the more...

"5,000 Years of Chinese Jade"


Continuing through February 19, 2012

Subtle and intricate, Chinese jade carving can seem coolly aloof and perplexing more...

Matthew Ritchie


Continuing through December 10, 2011

“Monstrance” is Matthew Ritchie’s L.A. debut, more...

Peter Shelton


Continuing through December 30, 2011

In the broad sense, art in the 1970s was caught between rejecting Abstract Expre more...

Matt Keegan


Continuing through December 17, 2011

In this show of new work, which runs the gamut from video, sculpture, metal wall more...

Jeff Williams


Continuing through January 8, 2012

If a Cro-Magnon somehow obtained an architectural degree, he might come up with th more...

Jonathan Faber


Continuing through December 22, 2011

Log cabins, pine trees, abandoned boat docks, and supernatural light might initi more...

Francisco Letelier and Bobby Rojas


Continuing through December 29, 2011

Initially an odd paring aesthetically and conceptually, Francisco Leteli more...

"Phenomenal"


Continuing through January 22, 2012

In the 1967 movie “The Graduate,” Mr. McGuire had “Just one wor more...

Bay Area Abstraction


Continuing through December 31, 2011

There have been strong reactions to Abstract Expressionism over the course of th more...

Gottfried Helnwein


Continuing through December 22, 2011

The “tragic and timeless” ancient theme of man’s fate that Mar more...

Vivian Maier


Opens December 20, 2011

What a story. Imagine finding 100,000 negatives, all by one unknown street photographer who w more...

Warriors, Tombs, Temple


Continuing through March 4, 2012

The stars of “Warriors, Tombs and Temples: China’s Enduring Lega more...

Martin Lubner


Continuing through December 24, 2011

Encrusted with thick pigment, these small paintings by Martin Lubner
more...

"11 Most Dangerous Toys of 2011"


Continuing through December 23, 2011

This exhibit pokes fun at the toy warnings that always seem to pop up in the new more...

Moshe Elimelech


Opening January 7, 2012

Much contemporary art strives for high seriousness, compressing art historical source referen more...

''Facture''


Continuing through February 25, 2012

It is such a simple in more...

Nancy Macko


Continuing through January 7, 2012

An intimate series of digital prints by Nancy Macko chronicles her mother’s more...

Surrealism


Continuing through January 28, 2012

In the late 1940s, the more...

Michael Levin


Continuing through February 4, 2012

In "Continuum" Michael more...

Roger Kuntz


Opening January 7, 2012

From 1959 to 1962 Roger Kuntz produced a series of Southern California landscape paintings th more...

Piper O'Neill


Dubbed "the blue-eyed devil" by feminist artist Kiki Smith, Piper O'Neill is a Seattle artist whose delicate work makes manifest female g more...

Ryan Travis Christian


Anyone who didn't grow up in the suburbs knows someone who did. There is a common cultural vision of suburban reality, which is so pervas more...

DJ Hall


Venice-based painter DJ Hall has made a career of parlaying the ideal Southern California lifestyle into picture-perfect canvases. The mo more...

Reno: Elegies to the Environment


The view from the roof of the Nevada Museum of Art is a sublime justification for this unique Reno-based institution's focus on the colle more...

Phillip King


Continuing through February 12, 2012

Beginning in the early 1960s, Phillip King helped revolutionize more...

Todd Hido


Continuing through February 25, 2012

It is a literary trope that you can’t go home again: both you and home hav more...

Robert Kingston


Opening January 14, 2012

If painter Robert Kingston were a poet, readers might associate his wo more...

"The Arts of Survival"


Continuing through May 6, 2012

“The Arts of Survival: Folk Expression in the Face of Disaster”more...

Scott Wolniak


Continuing through January 28, 2012

Chicago-based multimedia artist Scott Wolniak follows up his imp more...

Best Kept Secret


Continuing through January 22, 2012

For Southern California, the art game is played on the fields of the schools - Ca more...

Peter Halley


Opening January 22, 2012

The precepts and implications of architecture have long captivated New York-based painter, p more...

Ellsworth Kelly


Opening January 22, 2012

The work of Ellsworth Kelly somehow fights with the rhetorical framework of more...

Joseph Havel


Continuing through February 25, 2012

When art places us squarely within the ambit of mystery, we’d be foolhardy more...

Herbert Ponting/Joan Myers


Continuing through March 29, 2012

Inside the image of the hut of Robert Falcon Scott, a remnant from his doomed exped more...

Stephen De Staebler


Continuing through January 28, 2012

Berkeley sculptor Stephen De Staebler died last year, but his wo more...

"Dissecting Nature"


Continuing through February 25, 2012

Andy Goldsworthy’s exquisite “Leaf Horn” (1996) represents one more...

Suzanne Opton


Continuing through February 11, 2012
Platform Gallery is occupied by American soldiers staring out from tw more...

Flavio Garciandia


Continuing through February 25, 2012
Flavio Garciandia’s current paintings are equal parts de Koonin more...

Fernandez and Reisch


Continuing through February 11, 2012
If taken literally, the promise of "Sublimation Simulacrum" would be Freud me more...

"Dissecting Nature:"


Continuing through February 25, 2012
Andy Goldsworthy’s exquisite “Leaf Horn” ( more...

Katherine Westerhout


Continuing through February 18, 2011
Oakland-based photographer Katherine Westerhout continues her series more...

“Dream States”


Continuing through February 27, 2012
Although 11 different artists participated in “Dream States,” eac more...

"The Edge of Vision"


Continuing through March 18, 2012
"The Edge of Vision" is a breathtaking collection of contemporary photography, curate more...

Rick Araluce and Steve Peters


Continuing through April 13, 2012
Rick Araluce usually works in miniature, but his plumbing-pipe installat more...

Liz Glynn


Continuing through March 23, 2011
As an aficionado of antiquities and all their respective baggage, in particular the museu more...

"Sonic Architectonic"


Continuing through February 18, 2012
Sound rivals smell as the most neglected of the senses in the fine arts.  "S more...

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith


Continuing through April 29, 2012
“The Courthouse Steps” is an example of a painting that, although it has the more...

Ingrid Calame


Continuing through February 14,2012
Ingrid Calame makes tracings of debris on sidewalks or streets. S more...

Editor's Note


Mike Kelley was the brilliant Romantic artist of the boomer generation, by turns angry and hilarious, irrational but int more...

Sarah Walker


Continuing through March 10, 2012

more...

David Jablonowski


Continuing through March 18, 2012

more...

Stephen Giannetti


Continuing through February 25, 2012

more...

Performing for Camera


 

Continuing through May 19, 2012

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Peter Halasz


Continuing through February 18, 2012

more...

Tim Ebner


Opening February 11, 2012

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Sherrie Levine


 

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Jane Hambleton


 

Sean Cheetham


Continuing through March 10, 2012

more...

Woods Davy


Continuing through February 25, 2012

more...

Joe Thurston


Continuing through March 31, 2012

more...

Ming Wong


Continuing through April 1, 2012

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Richard Diebenkorn


Opening February 26, 2012

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Barbara Smith


Continuing through March 18, 2012

more...

Oli Sihvonen


Continuing through March 24, 2012

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Lise Sarfati


Continuing through April 7, 2012

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David Michael Smith


Continuing through March 17, 2012

San Francisco painter Da more...

''Death and Life of an Object''


Continuing through March 31, 2012

more...

Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi


Continuing through March 24, 2012

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Fred Wilson


Continuing through March 31, 2012

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''Border''


Continuing through May 5, 2012

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Kristen Morgin


Continuing through March 10, 2012

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Isaac Julien


Continuing through June 30, 2012

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John M. White


Continuing through April 15, 2012

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''Time-Lapse''


 

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Amy Casey


Continuing through March 21, 2012

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Kimiko Miyoshi


Continuing through March 15, 2012

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Pietro Roccasalva


Continuing through March 24, 2012

Pietro Roccasalva's U.S. solo debut, "The Strange Young Neighbors," has as its more...

''Interlopers''


more...
Mark Rothko


Continuing through May 27, 2012

more...

Tom Molloy


Continuing through April 14, 2012

more...

A Half Century of SECA Award Winners


The Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art (SECA) at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art was formally organized in 1961 by a gr more...

Paul Gauguin



Continuing through April 29, 2012

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''Interlopers''

Continuing through March 31, 2012

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Ann Phong


Continuing through March 29, 2012

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Nigel Poor


Continuing through April 7, 2012

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''Breaking in Two''



Continuing through April 14, 2012

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Oliver Vernon



Continuing through March 24, 2012

The eight large sca more...

Fred Wilson


Continuing through March 31, 2012

more...

John M. White


more...
Isaac Julien


more...
Mark Rothko


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''Time-Lapse''


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Richard Diebenkorn


more...
''Interlopers''


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Paul Gauguin



Continuing through April 29, 2 more...

''Breaking in Two''



Continuing through April 14, 2 more...

Conner and Herms


 

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Randall McCabe



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Ruth Weisberg



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Fritz Scholder


 

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Lorraine Peltz


Chicago-based artist Lorraine Peltz explores the ideas of memory, identity and the positioning of women in society, within the frame, an more...

Kim Keever


Romantic landscape painters once sought to express a sense of their humility in the face of a supreme power. Their majestic mountains, more...

Laurie Danial


The title of Portland-based painter and printmaker Laurie Danial's most recent exhibition at Froelick Gallery, "Control Release Control" more...

The Boneyard Project


The Boneyard is a special place of fantasy and intrigue in Tucson--a sought-after destination for tourists from around the world. "The more...

"Clay's Tectonic Shift"


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Frank Lloyd Wright


 

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Frederick Hammersley


 

Frederick Hammersley and Charles Garabedianmore...

Alice Shaw


 

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Chaco Terada


 

Continuing through May 5, 2012

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''The Art of Mono-ha''


 

Continuing through April 14, 2012

more...

Ed Mieczkowski


 

more...

Hammersley and Garabedian


 

Continuing through May 12, 2012

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Frank Lloyd Wright


 

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''The Art of Mono-ha''


 

Continuing through Apri more...

James Smolleck


 

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Nick Brown


 

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Guirguis / Hagler


 

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Kelli Connell


 

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Alina Szapocznikow


 

Continuing through April 29, 2012

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Alwyn O'Brien


 

Continuing through April 28, 2012

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Eva Speer


 

Continuing through April 28, 2012

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Anna Strickland


 

Continuing through April 28, 2012

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Robert Townsend


 

Continuing through April 28, 2012

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Keiichi Shimizu


Continuing through May 2, 2012

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Lisa / Fernandez


 

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Barer / Hsu


 

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Agnes Martin


 

more...

Buff Monster


Continuing through May 5, 2012

more...

Steve Cieslawski


 

more...

Alina Szapocznikow


 

more...

Alwyn O'Brien


Continuing through April 28, 2012

more...

Myths In and About Surrealism


Art history suffers from misconceptions that, once generated, achiev more...

James Smolleck


 

more...

Sherin Guirguis / Joshua Hagler


Continuing through April 28, 2012more...

"Strange Worlds/Altered Realities"


Continuing through June 30, 2012

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Kim MacConnel


Continuing through May 19, 2012

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Mitchell Marti


Continuing through May 18, 2012

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"My Broken Loom"


Continuing through May 12, 2012

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Mark Harrington


 

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Theophilus Brown


 

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Theophilus Brown


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Mitchell Marti


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Kim MacConnel


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Cara Barer / Pang-Chieh Hsu


Continuing through May 19, 2012

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Eirik Johnson


 

more...

Nina Katchadourian


 

more...

Kenny Scharf


 

more...

''The Funny Ones''


 

more...

Erick Swenson


 

more...

Jean Lowe


 

more...

Erick Swenson


 

more...

Nina Katchadourian


 

more...

Eirik Johnson


 

more...

Anthony Velasquez


 

more...

Masako Miki


 

more...

Irene Kung


 

more...

Tom Lamb


 

more...

Jost Munster


 

more...

Claudia Bucher


 

more...

LA Raw


 

more...

Zachary Buchner


 

more...

Sean Duffy


"Sean Duffy's Garage Sale" proves that the objects and collections that an more...

Ali Smith


 

more...

Adam McEwen



Continuing through July 28, 2012

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John Chiara


 

more...
James Sham


 

more...

The Chicago Attitude


 

I'm convinced--Chicago is the best-kept secret in modern and contemporary art. Not the city, mind you: that's eked out its p more...

Michael Petry


 

An American based for decades in London, Michael Petry is best known as author and editor of several books on contemporary a more...

John Chiara


 

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Adam McEwen


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Four Bay Area Abstractionists


In the spring of 1975, Philip Linhares organized a stunning exhibition of then-recent abs more...

Peter Shire


Continuing through June 2, 2012

more...

Cy Twombly


Continuing through June 9, 2012

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Clyfford Still Museum


It was on a sunny morning back in August of 2004 when then Denver mayor--now Colorado governor--John Hickenlooper announced that Patricia more...

Patrick Maisano and Shannon Richardson


Opening June 7, 2012

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Naida Osline


 

more...

Robert Brady


Literally, the first object that Berkeley-based artist Robert Brady made with clay changed his life. It was in his senior year of high s more...

Patti Oleon


A haunting aura of mystery inhabits the paintings of nostalgic, lavish interiors made by San Francisco artist Patti Oleon. While the sce more...

Infinite Possibilities of Origami


 

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''LIGHT''


 

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Jeff Brouws


 

more...

Pard Morrison


 

more...

PLANEfurniture


Continuing through June 16, 2012

more...

Lee Friedlander


 

more...

Ivory Yeunmi Lee


 

more...

Bruce Cohen


Continuing through June 16, 2012

more...

Cai Guo-Qiang


 

more...

Lee Friedlander


 

more...

Cai Guo-Qiang


 

more...

Gay Block


 

more...

Gina Han


 

more...

Joan Watts


 

more...

''City Zoo''


 

more...

Patrick Wilson


 

more...

Gronk


 

more...

Gay Block


 

more...

''Made in L.A. 2012''


 

more...

Gary Hill


 

more...

John-Paul Philippe


 

more...

Damien Hirst


 

more...

Cheryl Kelley



more...

Gary Hill


 

more...

''Made in L.A. 2012''


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John-Paul Philippe


Continuing through July 26, 2012

more...

Damien Hirst


 

more...

Gina Han


 

more...

Joan Watts


 

more...

''City Zoo''


 

more...

Patrick Wilson


 

more...

Made In L.A. 2012


 

more...

Made In L.A. 2012


more...
John Valadez


 

more...

John Valadez


 

more...

Ann Lofquist


 

more...

''Pop Noir''


 

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''Pop Noir''


more...
Kerry James Marshall


 

Kerry James Marshall's studio stands two-stories high in the Bronzeville neighborhood, on Chicago's South Side. From the str more...

Dennis Oppenheim


 

more...

Lucien Clergue


 

more...

Lisa Gronseth


 

more...

Misha Gordin


 

more...

The Phoenix Fridas


 

more...

Jesse Alexander


 

more...

Lucien Clergue


 

more...

Misha Gordin


 

more...

Lisa Gronseth


Continuing through July 28, 2012

more...

Kerry James Marshall


Kerry James Marshall's studio stands two-stories high in the Bronzev more...

Rusty Scruby


 

more...

Critic's Picks: Denver


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John Valadez

 

more...

Charles Ross


 

more...

Mel George


 

more...

Michael Beck


 

more...

Dashiell Manley


 

more...

Matthew Sontheimer


 

more...

Charles Ross


 

more...

Matthew Sontheimer


 

more...

Mel George


 

more...

Misako Inaoka


 

more...

Land Art to 1974


 

more...

Pop Noir

 

more...

Maxwell Hendler


 

more...
James Turrell


 

Continuing through August 18, 2012 more...

Woody Gwyn


 

Continuing through August 26, 2012 more...

Lou Beach


 

Continuing through August 5, 2012< more...

David Shrigley


 

Continuing through September 23, 2 more...

''Second Skins''


 

Continuing through August 26, 2012 more...

David Shrigley


 

Continuing through September 23, 2 more...

Lou Beach


 

Contin more...

Woody Gwyn


 

Contin more...

James Turrell


 

Continuing through August 18, 2012 more...

Christel Dillbohner


Continuing through August 25, 2012

more...

George Grosz


 

Continuing through August 19, 2012 more...

Seymour Rosofsky


 

Continuing through September 1, 20 more...

Lee Mullican


 

Continuing through August 17, 2012 more...

Kuss/Medow/Swanson


 

Continuing through August 11, 2012 more...

Peter Sarkisian


 

Continuing through September 9, 20 more...

Ricardo Teles


 

Continuing through September 2, 20 more...

Jack Goldstein


 

Continuing through September 9, 20 more...

Gregg Renfrow


 

Continuing through September 1, 20 more...

"Latin America: A Contemporary View"


 

Continuing through August 24, 2012 more...

“My Idea of Fun”


 

Continuing through August 31, 2012 more...

Charles Linder


 

Continuing through September 29, 2 more...

Jed Berk and Oliver McIrwin


 

Through September 6, 2012

more...
George Grosz


 

Continuing through August 19, 2012 more...

Seymour Rosofsky


 

Continuing through September 1, 20 more...

Roberto Cortazar


 

Continuing throu more...

Loretta Bennett


 

A mature artist, Loretta Bennett is nevertheless considered a "new" generation qu more...

Lucian Freud


 

Continuing through October 28, 201 more...

Federico Solmi


 

Opening September 8, 2012

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"Skyscraper"


 

Continuing through September 23, 2 more...

Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon


 

Continuing through September 15, 2 more...

Anna Fidler


 

Continuing through December 16, 20 more...

“Escape from the Landfill”


 

Continuing through September 8, 2012

 

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Gustave Klimt


Continuing through September 23, 2012

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Clarence Hinkle


 

Continuing through October 7, 2012 more...

Lezley Saar


 

Opening September 8, 2012

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Barry McGee


 

Continuing through December 9, 201 more...

Gary Stephan


 

Continuing through October 6, 2012 more...

Tony Bevan


 

Continuing through October 6, 2012 more...

''Word Up''


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Matt Lipps


 

 

more...

Storm Tharp


 

Continuing through September 29, 2 more...

Charles Gaines


 

Continuing through October 21, 201 more...

Laura Paulini


 

Continuing through October 13, more...

Anne Lindberg


 

Continuing through October 20, 201 more...

Jenny Holzer


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Nic Nicosia


 

Continuing through October 20, 201 more...

Between the Two


 

Continuing through September 29, 2 more...

Anna Fidler


 

Contin more...

Tony Bevan


 

Continuing through October 6, 2012 more...

Lezley Saar


 

Contin more...

Barry McGee


 

Contin more...

Gary Stephan


 

Continuing through October 6, 2012 more...

Storm Tharp


 

Contin more...

Sewell Sillman


 

Continuing through October 17, 201 more...

Raymond Saunders


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Elise Wagner


 

Continuing through September 29, 2 more...

Look Both Ways


 

Continuing through October 6, 2012 more...

Fire and Sand


 

Continuing through January 6, 2013 more...

Nic Nicosia


 

Contin more...

Antonio Muniz


 

Continuing thro more...

Cosgrove and Costache


 

Continuing thro more...

Clare Rojas


 

Continuing through October 21, 2012

more...

Frances Lerner


 

Continuing through October 20, 2012

more...

Jason Kraus


 

Continuing through October 20, 2012

more...

Tony de los Reyes


 

Continuing thro more...

Ant Farm


 

Continuing through December 1, 201 more...

John Opera


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Catherine Opie


 

Opening October 5, 2012

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Don Voisine


 

Continuing through October 20, 201 more...

B.C. Nowlin


 

Continuing through October 19, 201 more...

Declarative Sentences


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Masami Teraoka


 

more...

Elise Wagner


 

Continuing through September 29, 2 more...

Clare Rojas


 

Contin more...

Antonio Muniz


 

Continuing through October 20, 201 more...

Friedrich Kunath


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Victor Maldonado


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Cauleen Smith


 

Continuing through October 20, 201 more...

Lutz Bacher


 

Continuing through November 3, 201 more...

Andrea Modica


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Ant Farm


 

Contin more...

John Opera


Continuing through October 27, 2012

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Don Voisine


 

Continuing through October 20, 2012

more...

''When I'm Sixty-Four''


 

Continuing through November 21, 20 more...

Kenneth Noland


 

Continuing through December 8, 201 more...

Philip Buller


 

Continuing through November 9, 201 more...

Jessica Drenk


 

Continuing through November 10, 20 more...

Elisa Johns


 

Continuing through November 3, 201 more...

Claudia Alvarez


 

Continuing through November 3, 201 more...

Lutz Bacher


 

Contin more...

Friedrich Kunath


 

Continuing through October 27, 201 more...

Ken Price


 

Continuing through January 6, 2012 more...

William Eggleston


 

Continuing through November 10, 20 more...

Winston Roeth


 

Continuing through November 1, 201 more...

Asay and Davis


 

Continuing through November 30, 20 more...

''6/one''


 

Continuing through November 21, 20 more...

Michael Arcega


 

Continuing through November 17, 20 more...

Steve McQueen



Continuing through January 6, 2013

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Debra Barrera


 

Continuing through November 21, 20 more...

Deborah Butterfield


 

Continuing through November 10, 20 more...

Mark Baugh-Sasaki


 

Continuing through December 8, 201 more...

''Departures''


 

Continuing through November 3, 201 more...

Michael Berman


 

Continuing through November 17, 20 more...

Ken Price


 

Contin more...

Alison Saar


 

Continuing through November 17, 20 more...

Liam Everett


 

Continuing through December 22, 20 more...

Luis Gispert


 

Continuing through December 1, 201 more...

Edith Baumann


 

Continuing through November 17, 20 more...

Lamsweerde and Matadin


 

Continuing through December 30, 20 more...

David Kapp


 

Continuing through November 23, 20 more...

Steve McQueen


 

more...

Rania Matar


 

Continuing through December 2, 201 more...

Héctor Zamora


 

Continuing through January 27, 201 more...

Zarina


 

Continuing through December 30, 20 more...

Renee Lotenero


 

Continuing through December 15, 20 more...

Blake and Morgan


 

Continuing through November 30, 20 more...

Mary-Austin Klein


 

November 20 - December 31, 2012more...

Liam Everett


 

Continuing through December 22, 20 more...

David Kapp


Continuing through November 23, 2012

more...

Luis Gispert


Continuing through December 1, 2012

more...

Martha Alf


 

Continuing through December 1, 201 more...

Karl Benjamin


It sounds odd to say, but Karl Benjamin could not have passed at a better time. The widely rev more...

Sam Jaffe


 

December 7, 2012 through January 5 more...

Rogelio Manzo


 

Continuing through December 8, 201 more...

Jacob Hashimoto


Jacob Hashimoto creates multifaceted installations using small paper kites. Some kites are pat more...

Chester Arnold


 

Continuing through January 12, 201 more...

Christina Hale


 

Opening December 1, 2012

< more...
Jun Kaneko


 

Continuing through December 29, 20 more...

Stephen Strom


 

Continuing through January 19, 201 more...

Marion Lane


 

Continuing through December 15, 20 more...

''Rediscoveries''


 

Through January 23, 2013

more...
Jim Gaylord


 

Continuing through December 22, 20 more...

Mike Kelley


 

Continuing through December 15, 20 more...

''Goldmines!''


 

Continuing through December 30, 20 more...

Justin Cooper


 

Continuing through December 29, 20 more...

Cecilia Paredes


 

Continuing through January 31, 201 more...

Joseph D. Jachna


 

Continuing through February 23, 20 more...

Russell and Romano


 

Continuing through December 29, 20 more...

Hung Liu


 

Continuing through January 12, 201 more...

Letters from L.A.


 

Continuing through January 26, 201 more...

"Facing West/Looking East"


 

Continuing through January 13, 201 more...

Jim Gaylord


 

Contin more...

Marcus Jansen


 

Continuing through January 3, 2013 more...

Nayland Blake


 

Continuing through January 27, 201 more...

"DataViz: Information as Art"


 

Continuing through January 26, 201 more...

Siobhan McBride


 

Continuing through January 5, 2013 more...

Ned Evans / Charles Christopher Hill


 

Continuing through February 28, 20 more...

Stephen Strom


 

Continuing through January 19, 201 more...

Swallow and Vance


 

more...

"End of the World"


 

Continuing through December 30, 20 more...

Letters from L.A.


 

Continuing through January 26, 201 more...

James Krone


Continuing through February 2, 2013

more...

Ann Gale


 

Continuing through March 2, 2013more...

Homeboy Industries


 

Continuing through March 23, 2013< more...

Eric Zammitt


 

Continuing through February 9, 201 more...

Josef Albers


 

Continuing through February 2, 201 more...

Theresa Hackett and Jill Levine


 

Continuing through February 28, 20 more...

Alfredo De Stefano


 

Continuing through March 2, 2013more...

Miriam Wosk


 

Continuing through April 20, 2013< more...

Alan Bur Johnson


 

Continuing through February 2, 201 more...

''Environs''


 

Continuing through February 16, 20 more...

June Harwood


 

Continuing through March 2, 2013more...

Chris Fraser


 

Continuing through March 3, 2013more...

On the Other Side of the Crevasse


Really, nothing would give me greater pleasure than to declare that the great recession of the more...

Critiquing Ourselves


 

The art of the past century has always more...

The Sandy Hook Aesthetic


 

I've always delighted in the small dil more...

The Triumph of Feminism: Seattle’s Art History


 

The recent closing of the Seattle Art more...

James Krone


 

Contin more...

Ann Gale


 

Contin more...

"End of the World"


Continuing through December 30, 2012

more...

R.H. Quaytman


 

Continuing through February 17, 20 more...

Ynez Johnston


 

Continuing through March 29, 2013& more...

Inez Storer


 

Continuing through January 31, 201 more...

Ronald Davis


 

Continuing through February 25, 20 more...

Eric Elliott


 

Continuing through February 16, 20 more...

Arne Svenson


 

Continuing through February 9, 201 more...

Art Between the Poles


 

One of the most powerful lyrics in all more...

Alfredo De Stefano


 

Continuing through March 2, 2013more...

Miriam Wosk


 

Contin more...

Jonathan Wateridge


 

Continuing through March 2, 2013more...

William Bailey


 

Continuing through February 23, 20 more...

Miguel Palma


 

Continuing through February 9, 201 more...

Catherine Wagner


 

Continuing through March 2, 2013more...

Jeff Koons


 

Continuing through February 14, 20 more...

Raeleen Kao


 

Continuing through February 23, 20 more...

Art Bizarro Worlds


 

Despite the relative rareness of my na more...

Ronald Davis


 

Continuing through February 25, 20 more...

Goshka Macuga


 

Continuing through April 7, 2013more...

Eric Fischl


 

Continuing through May 12, 2013more...

Cathy Daley


 

Continuing through March 2, 2013more...

Sid Avery


 

Continuing through March 24, 2013< more...

John Albok


 

Continuing through March 30, 2013< more...

Washed Up: Ocean in Peril


 

Continuing through March 7, 2013more...

Anthony Sonnenberg and Rodrigo Valenzuela


 

Continuing through March 1, 2013more...

Art Beyond Earth's Gravity


 

NASA may no longer be putting up those more...

Catherine Wagner


Continuing through March 2, 2013

more...

Jeff Koons


 

Contin more...

Richard Jackson


 

Continuing through May 5, 2013more...

Order, Chaos and the Space Between


 

Continuing through May 5, 2013more...

Pedro Farias-Nardi


 

Continuing through March 3, 2013more...

Kim Fisher


 

Continuing through February 16, 20 more...

Diane Simpson


 

Continuing through March 23, 2013< more...

Black Space


 

Continuing through February 23, 20 more...

What's it All About?


 

Back in December, when it seemed that more...

Sid Avery


 

Contin more...

Cathy Daley


 

Contin more...

John Albok


 

Continuing through March 30, 2013< more...

Llyn Foulkes


 

Continuing through May 5, 2013more...

Driss Ouadahi


 

Continuing through March 23, 2013< more...

''Transitional''


 

Continuing through March 16, 2013< more...

Robert Burnier


 

Continuing through March 30, 2013
more...
Esterio Segura


 

Continuing through March 28, 2013< more...

Eric Fischl


 

Continuing through May 12, 2013


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The Bottom Line About the Bottom Line


 

Last week, on the final day of Jeff Ko more...

John Thomson


 

Continuing through May 5, 2013more...

Shane Guffogg


 

Opening March 2, 2013

more...

Peter Karklins


 

Continuing through March 30, 2013< more...

Bas Jan Ader


 

Continuing through March 9, 2013more...

Taryn Simon


 

Continuing through March 30, 2013< more...

Nicolai Fechin


 

Continuing through May 19, 2013more...

Where Art and Money are Well Met


 

Reading Richard Speer's excellent piec more...

Llyn Foulkes


Continuing through May 5, 2013

more...

Driss Ouadahi


 

Continuing through March 23, 2013< more...

Robert Burnier


Continuing through March 30, 2013

more...
''Picasso and Chicago''


 

Continuing through May 12, 2013more...

Beth Secor


 

Continuing through March 30, 2013< more...

Jerry Carniglia/Randy Colosky


 

Continuing through March 28, 2013< more...

Stanley Casselman


 

Continuing through April 13, 2013< more...

Marc Riboud


 

Continuing through March 16, 2013< more...

Annie Leibovitz


 

Continuing through May 5, 2013more...

Alex Steckly


 

Continuing through March 24, 2013< more...

Second Take(Over)


 

When I first entered the art field, th more...

Taryn Simon


 

Contin more...

''State of Mind'' / Linda Mary Montano / Mungo Thomson


 

Continuing through May 19, 2013more...

Ron Rizk


 

Continuing through April 13, 2013< more...

Geoff Hippenstiel


 

Continuing through April 27, 2013< more...

''Big Pictures''


 

Continuing through April 21, 2013< more...

Stephen Beal


 

Continuing through April 13, 2013< more...

Is Anybody There?


 

Who is the world’s most famous l more...

Beth Secor


 

Continuing through March 30, 2013< more...

Ahmed Alsoudani


 

Continuing through July 7, 2013more...

Kehinde Wiley


 

Continuing through May 27, 2013more...

Arturo Mallman


 

Continuing through April 13, 2013< more...

Inner Journeys, Outer Vision


 

Continuing through April 28, 2013< more...

Frieke Janssens


 

Continuing through May 4, 2013more...

Wesley Younie


 

Continuing through May 12, 2013more...

Capitalism and its Discontents


 

In 1897 Paul Gauguin entitled a major more...