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Bernd and Hilla Becher
Dedicated archivists, image of industrial facades and structures such as water towers, grain elevators and blast furnaces by the late Bernd and Hilla Becher are a master class in how documentary photography can be imbued with aesthetic heft. More...


Laina Terpstra; Tama Hochbaum
These artists are paired because their painting and photography considers the great mystery of time. More...


Hans Burkhardt
No, Hans Burkhardt was not Latin American, but the native Swiss modernist did find a spiritual second home in Mexico, having traveled and lived there for extended periods starting in 1950. That country's color and spirit are embodied in this exhibition. More...


Moonlighting Movie Stars
Hollywood celebs like Brad Pitt or Jim Carrey tend to infuriate many artists by gaining undeserved attention for art that is half baked. Still, reminds Richard Speer, everyone is entitled to their own free expression. More...


Whose Kickstart Was This Anyway?
A Kickstarter campaign in support of Michael Rakowitz’s “Enemy Kithen” project seemed honorable enough until James Yood noticed it wasn’t exactly the artist who was doing the solicitation. More...


Julije Knifer, Mangelos
Going back to the 1950s Yugoslavian artists Julije Knifer and Mangelos produced some of the earliest conceptual-based works. More...


Shawn Huckins
Pre-20th Century American portraiture is defaced with smart phone phrases and graphic icons in Shawn Huckins’ canceling of historical reverence. More...


Gilliam and Hurley
Denzil Hurley and Sam Gilliam, in simultaneous exhibitions, exemplify very distinct approaches to abstract painting; both work. More...


Gilbert “Magu” Lujan
in 1974 Los Four strode through the Los Angeles County Museum, spray-painting the front of the building as they arrived. One of them, Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, went on to invent his own mythical "Magulandia," a Chicano paradise. More...


Gay Outlaw
Gay Outlaw's "Ozone" references climate change with a wide range of media, quality craftsmanship, and wide open wit. More...


“Small Sculpture”
On two long, white tables, 55 small sculptures by as many artists form an array of artworks resembling specimens laid out for inspection, running the gamut of familiar to strange in their forms. More...


Robbie Conal's Political Art
In the current zeitgeist, there is a need for political activist artists. Robbie Conal meets and then exceeds this need. More...


Jack Pavlik and Louis Watts
Jack Pavlik’s "10 Waves" kinetic sculptures sit silently before they begin moving rhythmically, producing a chiming metallic music. Louis Watts' charcoal drawings, "On Today," cultivate joy within a highly repetitive routine of execution. More...


Alfredo Ramos Martinez
Alfred Ramos Martinez offered intimate insights into the pluralistic nature of Mexican culture with an eye trained in modernism. More...


Edvard Munch
Apart from SFMOMA's current show of Edvard Munch's paintings, this gallery show of his prints and works on paper display the freedom of Munch's technique and his ability to convey strong emotion when revisiting many of his key images. More...


Eva Speer
In Eva Speer's “Outrageous Fortune,"she breaks up hyperrealistic images with color fields that expose the artifice of object-making. More...


Johnnie Winona Ross
Johnnie Winona Ross is influenced by the often imperceptible effects of nature on the New Mexico desert. What starts as a sensual abstraction gradually displays just how much it is the landscape that shapes the painting. More...

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