At the heart of documentary photography lies an epistemological conundrum: What do we know and how do we know it?
Forget Thomas Albright’s decades-old charge of “stubborn regionalism.” Today, Sacramento has a strong and diverse art scene.
In what amounts to a visual roman á clef, Sherwood demonstrated why she is one of the most important painters working today.
American history is filled with foreigners who have come to these shores and revealed truths that made us squirm. Enrique Chagoya did exactly that.
Buelteman employs camera-less form of image making that relies on the application of high voltages to subjects on light-sensitive media.
Dauber plays havoc with our sense of equilibrium by injecting urban sounds (á la Cage) into a rural setting of his own making.
Photographer Roger Vail turns seemingly ordinary subjects into images that range from poetically minimal to flat-out hallucinatory.
Cutting-edge LA artist and academic visionary.
If awards were given for labor-intensive art, Ian Harvey and Koo Kyung Sook would surely be contenders.
In two separate Sacramento-area shows from her 300-painting “Flower Series,” Louie covers heaven and earth and a lot of space in between.