Words and images strike a power chord. Julia Couzens reviews.
The year’s most memorable exhibitions.
A survey of California Native-American activist art. Elaine O’Brien reviews.
Martin Cooper made the first cellphone call in 1973. Aitken explores the consequences.
Exemplar of “Bad” Painting struts her stuff. Mark Van Proyen reviews.
A new peak in the aestheticization of disaster. Derek Conrad Murray reports.
Concessions notwithstanding, Beijing censors exhibit. David M. Roth reports.
A retrospective for one of California’s most admired ceramic sculptors. Mark Van Proyen reviews.
Unique views of California in the ’70s and ’80s. David M. Roth reports.
Painterly “ecosystems” that behave like force fields. Mark Van Proyen reviews.
Outlaw debuts new etchings and selects gems from CCP archives. Renny Pritikin reports.
Mind-altering drugs fueled the South African artist’s latest foray into 2-D cut paper works.
A search for the ultimate machined object. David M. Roth reports.
Funk artist’s drawings point at the roots of Postmodernism. Mark Van Proyen reviews.
One highlight of a citywide celebration of Bauhaus-related photography. Max Blue reports.
Treasures from the Amazon jungle. Mark Van Proyen reports.