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Nina Chanel Abney Takes Us Back to The School in "LIE DOGGO"

Nina Chanel Abney Takes Us Back to The School in "LIE DOGGO"

Jack Shainman Gallery is pleased to present LIE DOGGO, a monumental exhibition of work by Nina Chanel Abney that spans her creative practice, uniting a new series of paintings with collages, site-specific murals, an immersive digital art installation, and the debut of a new body of large scale sculpture. Paying homage to the sophisticated color …

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Susan Chen: Plan B @ Rachel Uffner Gallery, NYC

Susan Chen: Plan B @ Rachel Uffner Gallery, NYC

Rachel Uffner Gallery is pleased to present Plan B, Susan Chen’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Notably, the show forges an impressive new artistic direction for Chen, whose multimedia presentation includes a collection of ceramics alongside her signature large-scale, impasto-heavy portraits. In addition to the opening reception Friday, March 8 from 6 – 8 pm; …

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"At the Edge of the Sun" Freeze Frames a Moment in Los Angeles' Rich Art History

"At the Edge of the Sun" Freeze Frames a Moment in Los Angeles' Rich Art History

For all the attention Los Angeles has received over the past 5 years as an epicenter of contemporary art, there is the question that just simply asks, “Well, what the hell is actually going on there?” It seems like every decade, LA is allowed to give the world the reminder that it is, indeed, an …

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Throwing Stones in the Fountain: CHIAOZZA and Rachel Strum on Play and Experimentation in Art

Throwing Stones in the Fountain: CHIAOZZA and Rachel Strum on Play and Experimentation in Art

Dallas-based artist Rachel Strum and the Brooklyn-based artist duo CHIAOZZA may have never met before their joint exhibition Cosmic Bloom at Hashimoto Contemporary San Francisco, but both have a clear commitment to artistic experimentation. This is evident in the art they make—their use of unconventional art materials and inventive use of conventional ones reveal a …

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A Timely Posthumous Retrospective "Bonnie Ora Sherk: Life Frames Since 1970" in San Francisco

A Timely Posthumous Retrospective "Bonnie Ora Sherk: Life Frames Since 1970" in San Francisco

This is a show we highly recommend checking out at the stunning San Francisco space, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC). They are currently presenting a brilliant retrospective, Bonnie Ora Sherk: Life Frames Since 1970, the first posthumous exhibition survey of the late artist, environmental educator, and landscape planner. Before urban farms reclaimed unused city …

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