Gallery Rounds

California Museum of Photography:

Marie Bovo

Marie Bovo’s formally complex, visually gratifying and meditative photographs invite prolonged looking. What is captured in the viewfinder and the ...
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Soka University:

Natasha Shoro and Anushe Shoro

If walking into the crypt-like rotunda of Soka University’s Founders Hall is a bit chilling, entering the world of Natasha ...
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Night Gallery:

Jesse Mockrin

Jesse Mockrin’s recent collection of works are an exercise in aesthetics. Reminiscent of old-master painting techniques (also familiar turf to ...
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MAMA Gallery:

Ariana Papademetropoulos

A surreal dreamscape exists inside Ariana Papademetropoulos’ mind. In the current paradoxical time of digital vintage filters on technological apps, ...
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Klowden Mann:

Rebecca Ripple

When art is construed to be some thing that translates the tension between its physical and visual manifestation and the ...
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Lancaster Museum of Art and History:

Jeremy Kidd

Photo-sculptor Jeremy Kidd stares down the clash of the natural with the aerodynamic lines of technology in his bracing installation ...
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CB1 Gallery:

Tight Ass: Labor Intensive Drawing and Realism

The aggressively mimetic realism that crowds this exhibition, curated by one of the gallery’s artists, is exceedingly white. Nearly every ...
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Marc Selwyn Fine Art:

Channing Hansen

In Channing Hansen's solo gallery debut, which consists of nine large knitted works and one salon-style grid of smaller pieces, ...
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Roberts & Tilton:

Evan Trine

Evan Trine's digitally generated photographic works are distillations—works that abstractly reference their sources. Trine sifts through trending online news feeds, ...
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Nihura Montiel

Nihura Montiel’s current solo show, “New Paintings,” now on view at @leiminspace in Chinatown delights in mimicking the various plush terrycloths ...
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Various Small Fires:

Amy Yao

There are 15 pieces in Yao's show “Bay of Smokes,” but one work transcends its counterparts so glowingly that it's hard ...
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Jason Vass: Mark Dutcher

With his new solo show, “Time Machine” at Jason Vass, Mark Dutcher seeks to convey through his paintings various subjective ...
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