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Stuart Davis: In Full Swing
Not perhaps as much an event as the recent Monet or Matisse and Diebenkorn exhibitions, Stuart Davis dazzles at the de Young Museum. It clarifies his path from early Ashcan to the electrifying visual music he is best known for. It is work that still has important things to say about America. More...


Marcus Zúñiga
Newcomer Marcus Züñiga contextualizes a cosmic perspective through a personal and ethno-centric lens. Materials are contemporary but the presentation and design are kept simple. But it adds up to a complex result. More...


Rick Bartow
Known more for his animal/human hybrids, Rick Bartow's modest "Tot Blumen" botanicals reflect profoundly on mortality. More...


Lynn Hanson
Daily nature walks inform Lynn Hanson's art. What she sees and records by camera translates into land- and seascapes infused with feeling. More...


Al Loving
The late Al Loving is better known on the East Coast, so his evolution from a hard edge minimalist aesthetic to a much more energized, swirling aesthetic responsive to the social changes taking place during the 1960s and 70s. More...


An Artist’s Line Drawn in Quicksand
Daniela Repas' short documentary/animation "Mnemonics" embraces the ethnic heritage of this former Bosnian refugee as subject matter. There are larger lessons in how Repas tolerates values she cannot assimilate while celebrating those that she can. More...


teamLab
The immersive installation "Flowers and People, Cannot by Controlled but Live Together - A Whole Year per Hour" presents the Japanese collective teamLab senses our movements and translates them into an ever-changing cycle of digital flowers that sprout, blossom and wilt. More...


Lauren Greenfield
The relationship of self-image to privileged materialism has long driven Lauren Greenfield's photography and filmmaking. Her current book, "Generation Wealth," connects the attractive side of this with the mania for body control and the self-abuses that illuminate the dark side of trying to be more than what one is. More...


Frank Romero
Boyle Heights in East L.A. is closely associated with Chicano culture, and few artists are more associated with it as an emerging cultural force in the second half of the 20th century than Frank Romero. This retrospective tells us why in a body of work that by turns tough, charming, deadly serious, humorous and ironic. More...


Sarah Ball
Sarah Ball's paintings are drawn from photographs of new arrivals at Ellis Island, and of displaced migrants in their own country of Romania. More...


Marimekko, With Love
The rise and continued cultural influence of the Swedish fashion design house Marimekko is here traced and assessed. More...

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