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Doug Aitken: “Electric Earth” at MOCA

“Doug Aitken: Electric Earth” is the celebrated LA-based artist’s first proper mid-career survey in North America, which is kind of a big deal—and MOCA’s...

Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann: “Alloy” at Laura Korman Gallery

In conceiving her recent complex, layered, vibrant multi-media works, DC-based artist Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann might have embarked from the enticingly oxymoronic premise expressed by...

Chris Engman: “Prospect and Refuge” at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

Chris Engman’s haunting photographs present the viewer with a conundrum: either the artist has created his effects through nifty digital sleight of hand, or...

Ragen Moss: “Gray Mandates” at Redling Fine Art

In “Gray Mandates,” Ragen Moss presents six L-shaped, partially transparent sculptural objects made of polychromed plastic. Suspended from the ceiling, these large-scale works resemble...

“UNCERTAINTY” at Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery

The influence of science has proven time and again to spur revolution and spark debate in the arts—perhaps best epitomized by Picasso’s cubist explorations...

Louise Nevelson at Pace Palo Alto

Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) was as well known for her theatrical, oracular self-presentation—bedecked in designer scarves and chunky jewelry, with eye makeup worthy of a...

Elise Ferguson: “Citron” at Romer Young Gallery

In her second solo show at Romer Young Gallery, Elise Ferguson continues her exploration of Op-esque architectural abstractions rendered in a magnetically attractive palette...

Freddy Chandra: “Slipstream” at Brian Gross Fine Art

Finish Fetish artists of the 1960s, such as Billy Al Bengston, Craig Kauffman and Larry Bell, attained notoriety for their innovations with plastics, automotive...

Emily Gherard: “Making Presence Known” at Bridge Productions

Emily Gherard’s process is comparable to an archeologist’s: excavating texture and meaning from layers built up gradually with the drift of pencil, brush and...

Jeffrey Simmons: “Open Work: Recent Watercolors” at Greg Kucera Gallery

Since the death last fall of Seattle painter Francis Celentano, one of the original, 1965 “Responsive Eye” artists at the Museum of Modern Art...

Clark Richert: “Close Packed Structures” at Gildar Gallery

Denver artist Clark Richert’s career stretches back over fifty years, and today he is regarded as an acknowledged master of contemporary art in Colorado....

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