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The Critical Eye by Phil Tarley

Artists Corner Gallery proudly presents "The Poetry of Color" paintings by Linda Stelling. The show will run from May 20 through

The late 20th-century black-and-white documentary-style portraits of contemporary photographer Roger Ballen are simple, classic and elegant. His square format and

The Critical Eye by Phil Tarley Nancy Baron "Beautiful Trailertown" Nancy Baron’s limited edition monograph, Beautiful Trailertown is her newest self-published gem

THE CRITICAL EYE BY PHIL TARLEY HE: QUESTIONING AND QUEERING “MASCULINITY” Last projects is proud to present He: Questioning and Queering “Masculinity.” The

THE CRITICAL EYE by Phil Tarley THE NEW presents Mattia Biagi: WHITE LIGHT/PITCH BLACK. The show will run from March 4 through April

The Critical Eye by Phil Tarley MARGO DAVIS | Antigua: Photographs 1967-73 Nazraeli Press Classic Photographs Los Angeles is one of those sweet

Donn Delson grew up in Ohio. His father was an aeronautical engineer, which perhaps explains the son’s fascination with aerial

Although totally unknown to each other, two pertinacious Nevada artists—Kaethe Kauffman in Las Vegas and Nolan Preece in Reno—will soon

The longest running art fair west of the Hudson River again launches its iconic fair. Los Angeles: January 12–15, 2017 At The

The dual exhibitions at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the J. Paul Getty Museum graphically evoke the

Art in Los Angeles is always in season. Whether contemporary, modern, or works from ages past, this year’s line up of

In 1928, Georgia O’Keeffe painted giant orange poppies. “If I could paint the flower exactly as I see it,” she