Cannupa Hanska Luger
In Cannupa Hanska Luger's "Something to Hold Onto," strands of unfired clay beads hang suspended in a circular form, each one symbolizing a person who died in the southwest borderlands. ... more
Diane Arbus
The photography of Diane Arbus served to expand our understanding of the human species. As curated by Carrie Mae Weems they meld the aesthetic with th ... more

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Tom Uttech, “Origin” The recently renamed and reopened Figge Museum features a single, fortuitous painting by spiritual landscapist Tom Uttec... more

Inflection Point for a Would-be Digital Nomad Richard Speer reflects on his late partner, artist Dorothy Goode, and unexpected possibilities of life after.... more

Artists of Color Offer Strong Personal Visions Jody Zellen makes note of the recent increase in exhibitions featuring Black artists in Los Angeles galleries.... more

Jason Karolak, “Fictionless”
Jason Karolak uses oil on linen to create luminous compositions of neon-like color that jumps off from black backgrounds... more

John Patrick McKenzie and Ward Schumacher
Visually and thoughtfully evocative words comprise the raw material for the art of John Patrick McKenzie and Ward Schuma... more

Federico Solmi's Commedia dell-arte for the 21st Century
Mixing good old fashioned painting with the latest digital technologies, Federico Solmi offers captivating political the... more

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