Scherezade Garcia, In My Floating World, Landscape of Paradise from the series Theories on Freedom, 2011, courtesy of the artist and the Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery, New York.

Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago at MOLAA

Landscapes of Beauty and Oppression

Years before the Getty’s “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA” was initiated, the Museum of Latin American Art was exploring Latin and Latino culture. Its previous 2011–12…
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Shannon Holt, Tony Abatemarco and ​Sandra Tsing Loh, Photo by ​Debora Robinson/SCR.

SUGAR PLUM FAIRY at South Coast Repertory

Sandra Tsing Loh’s Look Back at the Angst and Joy of Her Pre-Teen Christmas

If you’re all Nutcrackered out even before Christmas arrives, Sugar Plum Fairy may be the perfect tonic. Sandra Tsing Loh, as actor, writer and comedienne,…
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Lawrence Fodor, Hercules and Antaeus I (after a Greco-Roman sculpture), 2015-16, courtesy of the artist and SCAPE.


Lawrence Fodor

While abstract art often begins with inspiration and develops spontaneously, Lawrence Fodor approaches his canvasses in a different manner, basing his paintings on historic works….
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Joe Goode, May–July, 2016, installation view at Peter Blake Gallery, image courtesy of the artist and gallery.

Top 10 Orange County Galleries

In Alphabetical Order

Artists Republic Contemporary art with an emphasis on younger, emerging artists, with events including lights, music and independent film nights. Artists include Ben Brough, David…
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Victor Hugo Zayas, LA River 17, 2015, courtesy of the artist.



With 40 expressive oils, Victor Hugo Zayas’ exhibition “The River Paintings,” responds to the ebb and flow of the Los Angeles River in its many…
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Sandow Birk, American Qur'an, Sura 2 B, 2014, Ink and gouache on paper, 16 x 24 inches
Image courtesy of Catharine Clark Gallery, Koplin del Rio, and P.P.O.W., Copyright Sandow Birk

Islam Through the Eyes of Sandow Birk

Real History in Real Time

Perhaps the best example of the depth and breadth of Sandow Birk’s artistic oeuvre, along with its powerful social/political implications, is his recently completed “American…
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Jessica Rath, Resonant Nest (Detail), 2014. Photo credit: Brian Forrest.



“A Better Nectar” is a rare exhibition merging art with nature, while focusing on the daily activities of bees—those diligent flying insects that pollinate our…
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Elizabeth Turk at work on her sculpture. Photo by Eric Stoner.

Stoner: Elizabeth Turk

Artist Brings New Life to Old Materials

Elizabeth Turk transforms huge blocks of marble into refined sculptures, pieces that display classical beauty and technical virtuosity. Observing the graceful artist at work in…
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