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Jason Trucco’s interactive media storytelling responds to Hollywood both as a state of mind and as a real place. This is his first solo exhibition in Los Angeles.
LA-Based Dutch photographer Monica Nouwens’ work examines the noir starkness of Los Angeles’ utopian dreams, nimbly infiltrating a subculture of urban youth who seem to have withdrawn from the dominant consumer culture, shaping a more personal, small-scale alternative.
Scripps’ contribution to Pacific Standard Time presents three artists whose work forever changed the way ceramics would be regarded, when Los Angeles was the site of a “revolution in clay”: artists challenged studio pottery’s traditional focus on utilitarian ware to create sculptural forms.
Two long-time friends: The Reader, aka Read More Books, Read Up, Mr. Bones, Rancor, and Open Your Eyes, will exhibit graphic design style paintings. Hansen will exhibit a network of hand-blown glass beakers, plastic tubing, CFC light bulbs, welded steel, and freshly chopped wood, brought together to simulate interconnectivity, dependency, and completion within a closed [...]
A regional survey that highlights the diverse range of work being created in Texas today, curated by Jessica McCambly, Assistant Professor of Art at Crafton Hills College in Yucaipa. Featuring works by John Adelman, Susan Barnett, Iris Bechtol, Christine Bisetto, Paul Booker, Matthew Bourbon, Candace Briceno, Jim Burton, Rodolfo Choperena, Matt Clark, Shelby Cunningham, C.J. [...]
The first major museum exhibition to explore Diebenkorn’s seminal abstract paintings from the 1970s.
On view only at scheduled times, Burden’s massive cityscape is a monument to the quality of quantity, a classic Burden shock-and-awe technique. Thousands of matchbox-sized cars zip among buildings and trains, creating a cacophonous, mesmerizing tableau. It suggests a giant gerbil habitat, and is no doubt meant to appeal to that urban sense of being [...]