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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...


“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...


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...


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...


“Crossing Boundaries”
“Crossing Boundaries" presents the work of six women artists who delve into diverse media. But the real point is that each artist approaches their work from a uniquely feminine perspective, while each is uniquely distinct as an artist. More...


Alex Weinstein
Stand under the sun and close your eyes to see the light on your closed lids. Dive under a wave, look up and see the sun droplets above your head. Imagine almost, but not quite dying. Do these things and you will understand the art of Alex Weinstein. More...


Lynn Hanson
Daily nature walks inform Lynn Hanson's art. What she sees and records by camera translates into land- and seascapes infused with feeling. More...


Al Loving
The late Al Loving is better known on the East Coast, so his evolution from a hard edge minimalist aesthetic to a much more energized, swirling aesthetic responsive to the social changes taking place during the 1960s and 70s. More...


Lauren Greenfield
The relationship of self-image to privileged materialism has long driven Lauren Greenfield's photography and filmmaking. Her current book, "Generation Wealth," connects the attractive side of this with the mania for body control and the self-abuses that illuminate the dark side of trying to be more than what one is. More...


Frederick Hammersley
In a career survey, Frederick Hammersley's wide-ranging technical skills are impressive, but the real story is the vibrancy of personality and wide range of intent. He showed that the art of abstraction need not be unremittingly serious. More...


Corey Stein
Corey Stein takes quaint little glass beads sewn onto felt to build sophisticated images that speak of environmental concerns and cultural respect embedded into both the media and what she does with it. More...


Margaret Lazzari
For Margaret Lazzari her ability to represent the natural world facilitates the symbolism of "Wild Biology's" autobiographical source material. More...

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