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Molly Bounds: The Power of Quiet
When lunchtime buddies, in a barroom bet, challenged Ernest Hemingway to author a short story in six words, he famously grabbed a napkin and wrote, “For Sale Baby Shoes, Never Worn.” There he
July 06, 2020
Heath Ceramics: Salt of the Earth
Edith Heath, an indomitable innovator in her field, developed her iconic Coupe dinnerware line with a distinctly California aesthetic. She fine-tuned every aspect of her studio, from the chemical
June 25, 2020
Felipe Pantone: The Future We Are Waiting For
Sometimes the art world bears the regrettable reputation for being averse to new technology, and the ongoing conversation about building bridges between creativity in the tech world and tradition
June 22, 2020
José Parlá: The Very Fine Art of Sampling
On a bad day, in a bad place, there is often a ray of light glinting through, a lifeline in the gloaming, an illumination that makes the murk gleam like a jewel, an unexpected recognition in a no
June 15, 2020
Calida Rawles: Wade in the Water
A Dream for My Lilith was 2020’s most talked-about West Coast exhibition, the first solo show for Calida Rawles, whose work took multiple forms until an enlightening deep dive. Water arose as a
June 04, 2020
Revisiting "Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power"
Editor's note, June 3, 2020: Like poetry or a good book, you go back to art to revisit a deeper truth.
June 03, 2020
Down By the River: Martin Machado’s Unique Journey Through California During a Pandemic
Last summer, Public Land Gallery in Sacramento spoke with me about possibly doing a show. I pitched them an idea of solo-sailing a twenty-six foot boat up through the delta from San Francisco to
June 03, 2020
Kelly Beeman: A Fantastical Life
Long before the Great Pause of 2020, we had planned to speak with Kelly Beeman. Her watercolor works and paintings are stories of domestic life, the little dramas and fantasies we create about th
May 28, 2020
Judy Chicago: "You Shouldn't Have to Justify Your Work"
“It is hopeless for the occasional visitor to try to keep up with Chicago. She outgrows his prophecies faster than he can make them.”
May 04, 2020
Marcus Brutus: The Colors of Connection
Since Marcus Brutus began exhibiting his work nearly eighteen months ago, he has quickly attracted the attention of collectors and institutions alike, with two solo exhibitions, a monograph entit
April 24, 2020
Kyle Dunn: Ghost World
“Life imitates art far more than art imitates life,” wrote Oscar Wilde in his 1889 essay, The Decay of Lying. Simply put, Wilde believed that we understand emotion through the lens of art, so
April 17, 2020
VHILS: Etching the Stories of a City
VHILS first soared into my radar around 2008. By that point, graffiti was already a massive worldwide culture that people from different fields were not only trying to understand, but also monetize.
April 08, 2020
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