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Exhibition

June 24, 2016

Works dangle from the ceiling, line the wall, cover floors, fill vitrines and – in the case of an extensive mesh of knotted rope by Anya Gallaccio – cascade out through the trees in the gallery

June 21, 2016

Examples include housing created by architect Teddy Cruz for the San Diego-Tijuana border...Exhibition associate curator Sean Anderson says there will be “many different things of different scal

May 06, 2016

This is one of those exhibitions you just hate to love.

May 06, 2016

Angie Jennings principally works in performance but offers a large painting here.

May 01, 2016

Schwartz has invented his own environment that apes natural forms and processes...In this way, he sets up a dichotomy between the real and the virtual, with his waves and clouds appearing to be

April 07, 2016

Minimalism and representation are just two aspects of these intriguing works, however, as they also represent a deconstruction of digital techniques employed in unexpected ways.

March 31, 2016

There’s something about Jesse Mockrin’s paintings that transport the viewer back to the 18th century.

March 18, 2016

Mockrin’s subversion of the classics perfectly captures the way gender shifts through history, illustrating how those norms, when faded, can encapsulate a moment...

March 15, 2016

Hacking rises to an art in the most literal of ways in Tim Schwartz’s brave new digital world of eScapes — gray-scale ePaper text screens manipulated to capture imagery from nature — that challe

March 10, 2016

“A Fox’s Craft,” a recent collaborative performance installation by Yuka Murakami and Gianna Zamora, provides an insightful tribute to the now-demolished UCSD Crafts Center...Featuring video and