Sunday, February 17, 2019

APPRECIATION: Tony DeLap

Confounding easy labels, the pioneering SoCal abstractionist delights in illusionistic sleight-of-hand.

Robert Irwin

At 87, the iconic Light and Space pioneer is pressing forward with a range of ambitious new projects and installations, from San Diego to Marfa, Texas

PAUL RAMIREZ JONAS: The Promise of More

Retracing the endeavors of past explorers and inventors, and examining iconic means of exchange in the public sphere, Ramírez Jonas makes art on the potentiality of citizenship. By Courtenay Finn

Collecting: Laurie Mitchell and Brent Woods

The San Diego power couple favors provocative, high quality works by San Diego artists.

Whitney Biennial: The View From LA

Roughly one-third of the upcoming Whitney Biennial exhibition is comprised of artists from the LA area.

Shamin M. Momin

LAND founder Shamim M. Momin is making waves with her rigorous and innovative approach to public art

Tim Nye

The LA enthusiast behind "Venice in Venice"

Remaking Mythology

sculptor alison saar recycles ancient archetypes through her own rough-hewn, lyrical lens to explore the stages in women’s lives.

Post-Human: Art + Environment Conference

With its third Art + Environment conference, a dramatic exhibition of animal-inspired art, and an expanding archives, the Nevada Museum of Art looks to the planet-and the future.

William Kentridge: Animating Agency

South African artist William Kentridge makes his mark in an ambitious, multi-themed non-retrospective at SFMOMA

Light Makes Right

a striking retrospective in san diego of light and space artist robert irwin flaunts the artist’s exploratory, ethereal grandeur.

Curating for the 21st Century

With shifts in technology, social media, and the ways in which we consume culture, curators are being forced to rethink their goals-and roles-for a new generation. What’s their new focus? You.