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Kahlo: Her Photos
Photographs of and by Frida Kahlo both reinforce the storied narrative of her life, but also allow us to enter into its intimacies. More...


Dennis Mukai
The meticulous detail of Dennis Mukai's paintings is actually produced by sanding to remove layers of paint. Removing tiny areas of this or that layer to arrive at images that seem impossible to have arrived at. 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...


Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
The survey of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy shows him to have been among the most inventive and eloquent inventors of early modernism. More...


Bruce Cohen
Bruce Cohen has practiced a hard-edge brand of realism that is informed by surrealism for more than 40 years, and continues to join both a strong sense of order with a sense of other-worldliness. More...


Pedro E. Guerrero
As a young photographer Pedro E. Guerrero worked for Frank Lloyd Wright. Here he goes beyond the architectural photography to document the artists Louise Nevelson and Alexander Calder, a disarming selection of which is paired with a sampling of each artists' work. More...


Greg Miller
Greg Miller combines densely layered pop imagery with gestural painting to effect a jigsaw view of our unfolding cultural landscape. More...


Larry Bell
An original glass installation, "Pacific Red" is given context with a survey of Larry Bell's "physical vapor depositions." More...


Milford Zornes
Part of the California Scene painting group during the 1930s, Milford Zornes specialized in watercolor depictions of a then unspoiled (by extensive development and traffic jams) Southern California which he would continue up until he died in 2008 at age 100. More...


Sarajo Frieden/Carol Sears
Carol Sears’ subtle line and Sarajo Frieden’s aggressive forms start in a similar manner, but results differ dramatically. More...


“The Ecstasy of Mary Shelley"
It is less the author and her classic story "Frankenstein" and more the topic of transmutation that the paradox of mutated existence that draws the artists featured in "The Ecstasy of Mary Shelley" together. More...


Wes Hempel and Kal Mansur
Wes Hempel's politely homoerotic men are inserted into old master art historical settings. Kal Mansur's geometric constructions occupy the opposite end of the aesthetic spectrum. More...


Roy Lichtenstein
This extensive survey of Roy Lichtenstein's rich vein of prints draws connections between his pop art and appropriation. More...


“Uncertainty”
"Uncertainty" bring art and science together both practically and aesthetically, with the science component narrowly outpacing the art side. More...


Jeffrey Vallance
Drawings comprising Jeffrey Vallance's "Now More Than Ever" range from the folksy to the exacting and amount to a quirky visual treasure hunt. More...


Adonna Khare
Adonna Khare draws the heck out of animals that make the point we are indeed all political animals. While making rhetorical points gracefully and with restraint, her complex weave of fine lines takes the eye on a delightful ride. More...


Aline Mare and Michael Giancristiano
Aline Mare and Michael Giancristiano each have an intensely spiritual take on the natural world. Mare layers photography and painting to produce an intense visual poetry. Giancristiano's plywood with plant reliefs describe the power of regeneration. More...


Rocky Schenk
Rocky Schenck documents a world that may seem a "Recurring Dream" to many, but feels familiar to the eye of an Angeleno. Lurking behind his surreal landscapes are tales of sadness and emptiness. More...

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