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There is a silhouette wearing a man’s beige suit, intermittently shaking in the corner of Koplin Del Rio’s summer group show “Fever Dreams,” emitting a gentle hum with every twitch. A coil of multicolored wires explodes above its collar, while several feet of wires leak from the cuffs and gather on the floor, forming a [...]

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If These Walls Could Talk- A Conversation a collaboration between Charlie James Gallery and Marine makes evident that an artist’s dialogue transcends time and space and manifests in an manner as unexpected as playing a game of “telephone.” Works from artists Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet, Jow, Steve Lambert, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Littlewhitehead, Christopher Michlig, [...]

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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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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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George Billis’ group show Rock and Elegance celebrates LA Artists Larry Mullins,  Tony Brown, John Andolsek, Carol Charney, Timothy Nero, Julie Speed, Michael Salvatore Tierney, and Irina Alimanestinau.  Andolsek’s series of celestial bodies floating on a spray painted technicolored sky serve as the the keystone piece for the show. The graphic works of Larry Mullins [...]

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The group show Shangri L.A.: Architecture as a State of Flux explores Shangri L.A. or Shangri Los Angeles, not to be confused with Shangri-la an earthly paradise sequestered from the outside world.  The main attraction of the show is James Rojas’ “Interactive 3D Model” a semi-circular table top on wheels made of entirely moveable parts.  [...]

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