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Polychromed
This time the Legion of Honor gets it right. "Gods in Color: Polychromy in the Ancient World" takes down a long misconstrued cultural myth. More...


Candida Höfer
Candida Höfer is a former student of Bernd and Hilla Becher, and these color photographs of empty architectural spaces certify that pedigree. The grand institutional spaces we see exult in their own grandiosity while questioning the limits of their cultural relevance. More...


Sheila Pepe: Hot Mess Formalism
The boundary-pushing fiber to chainmaille installations of Sheila Pepe take over gallery spaces like vines take over a jungle. More...


Jason Siegel and Keith D'Angelo
Jason Siegel and Keith D’Angelo recognize the polarzing reality of America's gun culture, so they unflinchingly confront the imagery associated it. Their photographs and sculptures portray near exact replicas of guns and other tools of warfare. More...


Frank Romero
Frank Romero's fascination with L.A. car culture and master of bold color and dramatic lighting hallmark this small but well selected survey. The show also marks the conclusion of Tobey C. Moss Gallery's distinguished four decade run with the owner's retirement. More...


Deborah Handler
Curved ceramic sculptures are stacked vertically and glazed gesturally. Deborah Handler imbues it all with instability and nuance. More...


Jinie Park
Color Field painting meets up with a fetishistic approach to the picture plane reminiscent of Arte Povera in Jinie Park's hand-stitched, paint-stained works. More...


What Museum-goers Really Want: Ice Cream
A new study of public cultural habits revealed that art has, for a majority of Americans, become just another form of entertainment. And nothing has recently personified this more horrifically than the trés popular Museum of Ice Cream. More...


Alejandro Diaz
Following an ambitious show, Alejandro Diaz fell into a depression that ground his work to a halt. This show is what he did to get going again. More...


Maurice Burns
Maurice Burns bright, kinetic painting style lends itself to the musical characters he depicts with flair and delight. You just might want to put on some jazz and turn the gallery into a dance hall. More...


Martin Ramirez
Mexican immigrant Martin Ramirez arrived in the U.S. only to be institutionalized with schizophrenia, where he began to draw. And draw. More...


The Greatest Rediscovery?
The rediscovered da Vinci portrait of Jesus goes up for auction, and a new biography's film rights promise a big 21st century moment. More...

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