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Laura Aguilar
Laura Aguilar focuses her camera on herself as well as others, often overweight, queer and working class, that many of us don’t tend to notice or think of as conventionally beautiful or inspiring. But they smartly reflect on the world and our place in it. 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...


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...


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


Sheldon Figoten
If Sheldon Figoten's subtle geometric abstractions that emphasize balancing dualities call to mind John McLaughlin, there's a good reason. More...


Hei Myun C. Hyun
Originally from Korean, Hei Myun C. Hyun expresses a balance of Eastern and West Coast aesthetic traditions in her evolving use of the grid. More...


Valeska Soares
Valeska Soares' survey "Any Moment Now" displays her skill at transforming found objects unmoored from their original use and meaning in order to unleash the imagination of the viewer. More...


Kimberly Brooks
Kimberly Brooks takes her painting in a new direction that she describes as "Brazen", allowing her brush to wander where it will. More...


“Monet’s Etretat”
Claude Monet's pair of ethereal paintings of the cliffs at the north coastal town of Etretat are paired with those of William Henry Lippincott and George Inness. It is an opportunity to examine the influence of the master of French Impressionism on American contemporaries. More...


Carlos Almaraz
Carlos Almaraz dies prematurely, but the vibrancy of this retrospective convinces the key role he played in elevating the ambitions of the L.A. Chicano movement of the 1970s and 80s. More...


“Eclipse”
This mix of art and science revolves around the August 21st solar eclipse, both celebrating the phenomenon and using it as a point of departure. More...


Jason Rhoades
Jason Rhoades earned a reputation as a "bad boy" artist who broke conventions in hard to navigate installations, seemingly chaotic agglomerations of objects, but he managed to produce meaning from too much stuff. More...


Rafael Soriano
A career survey traces Cuban expatriate Rafael Soriano's transition from bright but stark geometric abstraction to an organic and luminous style full of mystery and spiritual energy. More...


Steve Schapiro
Steve Schapiro’s documentary skill and empathy are evident in "Freedom Now,” an exhibition of Civil Rights era photographs. More...


Erik Olson
The colorful paintings of Erik Olson ooze painterly brushwork that form into portraits that at first are barely recognizable as such. More...


Phil Dike
Watercolor specialist Phil Dike, born in 1906, spent his career observing and responding to the parade of early modernist movements from the reserve of Southern California. He produced an irrepressible, deeply emotive body of work. More...


Silvie Deutsch and Justin Favela
Silvie Deutsch’s installation "62 Miles of Girl Talk" remaps the gallery space with that many miles of pale plastic line and the physical labor of construction, in this case creating a unique harp of pale plastic lines stretching from wall to ceiling. More...


John Baldessari
"Eight Colorful Inside Jobs" is a serial transcription of one of John Baldessari's best known early projects, "Six Colorful Inside Jobs." More...


Ray Carofano
The Los Angeles River is both subject and stage for photographer Ray Carofano. He finds concrete beauty and uses his knowledge of light to present the built channel into a personal diary of urban fascination. More...

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