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In Mary Heebner’s new body of work Intimacies/Intimismos there is the suggestion of the male and female form, illuminated by a selective arsenal of materials including powdered copper pigment, watercolor and graphite on rag and Sekishu paper, but never once does Heebner objectify the body.  The site where the streams seep into the ocean causing [...]

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Suenos/Yume Fifty Years of the Art of Dora De Larios at Craft and Folk Art Museum The dynamic and eclectic body of work in the CAFAM retrospective of Dora De Larios celebrates 50 years of the artist’s work and life.  A native Angelino, Larios grew up in a downtown neighborhood where Japanese and Mexican cultures [...]

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Technological Prism: Le Caméra Stylo, the Iphone as an Extension of the Artist’s Hand Bob Poe’s current solo show titled “Illumination” shines a light on the art of chance.  Large-scale archival prints originally captured with the modest 2-mega pixel of an Iphone 3G, are mounted on canvases and transform urban spectacles into mind-bending, geometric wonderments.  [...]

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The eye of the camera is the ultimate “keeper of light.” The show expresses a concern for portraiture and the representation of the self.  More specifically how photographic techniques can manipulate identity. The principal works are two daguerreotypes by Chuck Close, one a self-portrait and the other a sunflower.  The daguerreotype is anchored in the [...]

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