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William Pope.L

William Pope.L’s powerful exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Geffen Contemporary subtly replaces passive viewing with multisensory experience. The show teems with possibilities for heighte…

Mario Ybarra Jr.

Mario Ybarra Jr.'s emotionally layered exhibition "Double Feature" was a compilation of two projects: "Scarface Museum," a collection of memorabilia from Brian de Palma's 1983 movie, which was a fav…

In Wonderland

In most accounts, Surrealism unfolds on European soil with a cast of male artists. "In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States" counters, and builds up…

Asco Elite of the Obscure

In the early 1970s, as the Chicano Movement intensified, four graduates from Garfield High School in the Mexican-American neighborhood of East Los Angeles—Harry Gamboa, Jr., Willie F. Herrón III, Gl

John Outterbridge

John Outterbridge’s recent exhibition “The Rag Factory” was a poetic treatment of relevant social issues, such as the stark division between haves and have-nots, and reflected the resilience and fra…

Under The Big Black Sun

As one of more than 60 "Pacific Standard Time" exhibitions, "Under the Big Black Sun," organized by MOCA chief curator Paul Schimmel, sheds light on the energetic, nonhierarchical ethos of Californi…

Kirsten Everberg

Fusing abstract expressionistic smears and dribbles with realist painting, Kirsten Everberg depicts strange, aqueous spaces that evoke dreams more than they do their real-world referents. Teetering…

Marnie Weber

Row upon row of white marble tombs and a sprawling graveyard provided an apt setting for Marnie Weber's exhibition "Eternity Forever," sponsored by the Pasadena-based nonprofit West of Rome Public A…

Nancy Jackson

Nancy Jackson’s latest exhibition, her sixth with Felsen, was a lighthearted tour de force consisting of seven paper mobiles, at once intricate and majestic, nine works on paper and 12 sculptures. T…

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