Spectacular pairings of 2- and 3-D works from a Funk legend. David M. Roth reports.
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Wiley takes a bold move — away from words toward apocalyptic abstraction.
With stream-of-consciousness writing and drawing, Wiley continues to map the arguments that take place inside his head.
A keen observer of nature, Allan extracts the extraordinary from the quotidian. Maria Porges reports.
From Boulder to LA, Roland Reiss and his progeny cut a wide swath. Three recent Southern California shows – two from Reiss and one from his former students and colleagues – demonstrate the impact of one of LA’s most revered artists and instructors.
Talk about star-studded line-ups. This month the Bay Area hosts major shows from William T. Wiley, Morris Graves, Robert Hudson and Richard Shaw. Herein, a sneak preview.
When mechanical production reached an aesthetic peak. Mark Van Proyen reports.
The year’s most memorable exhibitions.
A ‘four-inch’ universe teeming with exuberant life. David M. Roth reports.
A gallerist’s musings on a sprawling, engrossing ambitious exhibition. Interview by Justin Manley.
In nature artists find analogs to the human mind. David M. Roth reports.
A dazzling, long-overdue career retrospective for a Modernist master. David M. Roth reports.
Beauty and beastliness intertwine. Justin Manley reports.
Two intertwined shows examine the role of machines and technology.
Two Sacramento’s veterans, a mordant conceptualist and an abstract painter, join forces.
A powerhouse showing of A-list, mid- and late-career artists. Mikko Lautamo reports.