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Craig Kucia: unnatural disasters Ibid Gallery, Los Angeles November 17—December 15, 2018 Craig Kucia’s paintings on canvas and paper provide a crash course in 20th century art history – each one of them. They contain accumulated techniques and stylistic denominators referencing and recombining, in various ratios, Guston, Braque,

Craft & Folk Art Museum Merion Estes: Unnatural Disasters September 30—January 6, 2019 he power of the decorative in Merion Estes’ hands is that she can make abstraction and pattern slide so swiftly from visual beguilement into active riot. This 20-year survey at the Craft and Folk Museum

Judy Dater: Only Human Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University October 6—December 8, 2018 Only Human, a modest-sized survey of Judy Dater’s work covering five decades, makes a compelling case for the continued relevance of traditional black-and-white portrait photography. It’s not an easy sell, as rows of thoroughly

Tony Berlant: Fast Forward Kohn Gallery September 22—November 2, 2018 From the start, Tony Berlant’s technique, engaging eccentric cuttings of printed metal affixed with brads to flat surfaces, has proven so readily identifiable that it not only represents, but signals the artist. The method effectively brands Berlant in

Project Series 52: Hayv Kahraman Pomona College Museum of Art September 4—December 22, 2018 Hayv Kahraman: Silence is Gold Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles ProjectsSeptember 8—October 27, 2018 Beauty and suffering are inseparable in the work of Iraqi-born, Los Angeles-based artist, Hayv Kahraman. In two recent companion exhibitions,