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May 2017

January 21-April 1, 2017   In Lay Back and Enjoy It, Rachel Lachowicz creates a feminist critique of inherent gender bias across tropes of cinema, architecture, modern art and the beauty-industrial complex, in three sculptures and a related suite of wall-mounted works. What makes this such a

Artists Corner Gallery proudly presents "The Poetry of Color" paintings by Linda Stelling. The show will run from May 20 through June 3, 2017. An Opening Night Reception will be held on Saturday, May 20, 7-10 PM. The Critical Eye by Phil Tarley Linda Stelling is a Los Angeles

With Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media, the Getty Center offers an insightful, incisive, intellectually rigorous engagement with the visual side of the Fourth Estate. The exhibition presents the works of 17 artists realized in the course of the last four decades in

February 18-May 28 2017   Of all the latter-day modern movements, American Abstract Expressionism has the most imposing reputation as a macho endeavor, a romantic, Nietzschean exploration of “male-hood” which gains strength from authenticity and vice versa. Historically, though, there were women, many women, active as Abstract