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Though the works of Kadir Lopez and Mikel Alatza seem to very have little to do with other- Lopez restores vintage signage from pre-Communist Cuba and Alatza is fascinated by the celebrity and non-celebrity- each artist is in fierce negotiation with the past is trying to reclaim it in the present. “Signs of Cuba” is [...]

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The fantastical spectral illumination of color fields captured by Ned Evans in his current show Inside the Prism recalls a childlike curiosity to make sense of the world through a kaleidoscopic lens.  Evans’ conscious use of his materials of acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas explore the relationship between colors beyond the rudimentary grouping [...]

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For Greg Miller the city of Los Angeles is a subject and a verb.  While pages from spaghetti Westerns literally frame the perimeter of each panel, Miller actively seeks out artifacts of popular culture that recall consumer advertisements, femme fatales, drive-in movies, surf culture, and even juxtaposes Elvis Presley’s early appearance on the Ed Sullivan [...]

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