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Charlotte Jackson Fine Art David Simpson: Illumination October 5—November 3, 2018 Incorporating Interference paints — transparent formulas containing reflective coated mica flakes — over his mono-pigmented works, David Simpson has managed to capture one of the most elusive elements of painting: light. One of the earliest post-painterly abstractionists,

Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson Blessed Be: Mysticism, Spirituality, and the Occult in Contemporary Art September 15—December 30, 2018 Even as traditional religious practice wanes in American life, pop culture is laced with pseudo-spirituality, from mediums turned TV stars to tarot cards as party trick. Enter the art

Greg Kucera Gallery Marie Watt: Companion Species Calling Companion Species September 11—October 23, 2018 There is no shortage of kitsch featuring man’s best friend. Rare is the nuanced exploration of the primal pact between humans and dogs, as portrayed in Marie Watt’s exhibition, Companion Species Calling Companion Species.

Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) Gary Hill: Linguistic Spill ([Un]Contained) July 26—September 29, 2018 Linguistic Spill ([Un]Contained), exhibited last summer through early fall, was connected to a similar concurrent project of Gary Hill’s at the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) in Lisbon, Portugal. Meanwhile, Hill’s Seattle Central

Russo Lee Gallery Ko Kirk Yamahira: deconstruction and reconstruction October 4—27, 2018 Obsessively meticulous and labor-intensive in their construction, borderline perverse in their fetishization of process and materials, Ko Kirk Yamahira’s mixed-media constructions push painting into the realm of the sculptural. The works begin as color-field paintings or silkscreens,