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Hold Up Art presents Nonsense and Everything that Goes with It, a group show featuring the work of comrades and contemporaries emerging from the art scene in Long Beach, California. The works of Cody Lusby, Ryan Clemens, and Matthew Hodges pop off the gallery walls as the artists incorporate materials used on the street and [...]

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The assemblage of artists working in the “Fuckheads” group show challenge traditional ways of seeing, moving away from 20th portraiture aligned with likeness and sentimentality and gravitating toward an anarchy of silicon intelligence claimed in the 21st Century.  Clarity of vision is not achieved through the presentation of concrete subjects; rather the subjects of the [...]

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Daniel Dove’s large-scale oil paintings attempt to reconcile the duality of the world outside of the artist’s studio that is in disarray, with the world inside of the canvas that can make sense of the damage already done.  Dove reconstructs structures in transitory states, most often on the brink of complete collapse and reconstructs them [...]

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Not much has changed since 1975 when “New Topographics” first opened at the George Eastman House.  The state of the world resembled our current predicament- a recession, fuel shortages, and an environmental crisis.  The exhibit is like entering a time capsule, looking back on untouched and developing landscapes that consumed the imaginations of photographers who [...]

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“Counting Couture” features a new body of work from Los Angeles based photographer Garet Field Sells.  Commissioned by non-profit organization Very Public Arts, the photographs feature boldly styled models.  Field Sells with Creative Director David Reposar styles the models in bleach white garment bags secured by an elastic gathered cord beneath the hips, and doublewide [...]

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Tomoo Gokita’s new body of work titled Heaven reveals an artistic practice that walks the tightrope between abstraction and representation.  Working only in blue and white acrylic, Heaven is as much about Gokita’s delicate paint application as it is about his fractured world, characterized by ambiguity and human organs assuming a mechanized function outside of [...]

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