In Michael Stevens’ Howdy Doody-meets-Alfred Hitchcock universe, demons lurk behind white picket fences, and what looks wholesome at first glance could be…
Archives for May 2009
After tragedy strikes, Alan Chin asks: “How am I alive? How am I still functioning?” For answers, he paints the very essence of life.
Gale Hart is a Sacramento-based artist/activist with a long and storied history of agitating on behalf of animal and human rights.
Janice Nakashima’s watercolors fuse the atmospherics of Asian landscape painting with forms that recall Native American petroglyphs.
Would Jesus drive a ’64 Chevelle wagon? Would Judas pilot a ‘60 Ford Starliner? Those were a few of the choices conceptualist Lewis deSoto grappled with.
Kentridge’s power derives from the way he combines drawing and stagecraft in stop-animation films that deal with the unfinished business of the 20th century.