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The Museum as a Creative Laboratory
The Torrance Museum recently set up a group of open studios right in their public space, effectively urbanizing the artist in residence. More...


“Divine Bodies”
"Divine Bodies: Sacred Imagery in Asian Art" informs us as to how Asian artists have for centuries blended spirituality, myth and formal beauty. More...


David Hockney
David Hockney has been painting a whole lot of portrait over the last few years, and they are gathered into a guilty pleasure of an exhibition. More...


“Earthscapes: Contemporary Views of and from the Land”
Prolifically explored a subject as landscape has been for as long as that has been so, "Earthscapes" sets out to establish that artists continue to enrich it with new knowledge that enlarges the context in which it is interpreted. More...


Lies to Deceive, Lies to Reveal
Art is all about lies that "enables us to realize the truth." But then there are lies of deceit, which our culture today is wallowing in. More...


Julião Sarmento
Juliao Sarmento's recent crater prints evoke the Martian surface as revealed by the Curiosity Rover. More...


Joerael Elliot
Her floral imagery is appealing, but its natural beauty collides with the harsh mechanics of firearms in Joerael Elliot's show, "A Clip of Petals." More...


Minerva Cuevas
A single immersive on site mural turns the table on corporate branding strategies. Minerva Cuevas draws on cartoon and animation graphics to tell a narrative of migration, surveillance and ominous danger. More...


Nery Gabriel Lemus
The journeys and plights of Latin American immigrants play to the spirit of Emma Lazarus' iconic poem, but with some deeper intents. More...


Kenneth Tam
In "Griffith Park Boys Camp" Kenneth Tam brings “working-age” adult males of varying backgrounds and races together for a weekend of summer camp — not adult-modulated summer camp, mind you, but boys’ summer camp. More...


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Ai Kijima
In a survey of her quilt/collages, the evolution of Ai Kijima's technical expertise and eye for subject matter are unpacked. From the influence of the Superflat movement, to "chaotic collages," to sexualized anime figures, then to decorative geometric abstraction, Kijima has elevated the aesthetic power of textiles. More...

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