Ethan Cook at Anat Ebgi

Ethan Cook, Propositions at Anat Ebgi Through August 11th By Genie Davis Anat Ebgi is a gallery that often transforms itself with each exhibition, and such is the case once again with Propositions. New York-based artist Ethan Cook has created woven, textured images that at first glance seem deceptively simple. The hand-woven cotton canvases are…

Force of Nature at Steve Turner Gallery

Powerful Exhibition at Steve Turner Gallery: Force of Nature Through May 12 By Genie Davis  At Steve Turner Gallery through May 12th, Force of Nature is a group show that evocatively represents current social, political and environmental issues through the landscape of nature itself. From climate change to social media, the topics conveyed by the…

Ruth Root at 356 S. Mission Rd.

Ruth Root at 356 S. Mission Rd. By Genie Davis on view through November 12th   Now through November 12th at 356 Mission, New York-based artist Ruth Root offers a vibrant mixed media exhibition that is both visually and materially textured, created on Plexiglass and fabric. The color is intense, visually imprinting itself on the…

Birds of America: Explorations of Audubon at 101/Exhibit

Birds of America: Explorations of Audubon The Paintings of Larry Rivers and Others By Kathy Zimmerer Through May 13th   Fans of James Audubon’s exquisite large-scale plates in his Birds of America will enjoy Larry Rivers’ loosely painted but spirited renditions of Audubon’s gorgeous illustrations. Painted by Rivers in the 1990s in tribute to the…

Jeffrey Gibson is ALIVE at Desert X

Jeffrey Gibson is ALIVE at Desert X Gibson brings his unique vision of the desert to life for the inaugural Desert X By H.C. Arnold Through April 30th   Neville Wakefield believes that if the Coachella Valley can host a globally-hyped music festival, then it can also be home to a biennale style art extravaganza.…

Chimento Contemporary: Straight Outta Bushwick

Chimento Contemporary: Straight Outta Bushwick By Genie Davis Through February 4th   Straight OUTTA Bushwick, at Chimento Contemporary through February 4th, is less about geography than it is about the artists that geography contains. Organized by Patricia Hamilton, former curator of the Hamilton Gallery of Contemporary Art in New York, the exhibition showcases the work…