Artists can spawn either extraordinary aesthetic objects or spew demonically hilarious irony. Rather than being a noose or an old ball and chain, an artist’s spouse who is also an artist can be either an intellectual collaborator or an intense competitor who can bring-up the other spouse’s own game. “Significant Others” is a robust art…

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Logan Heights was awash with art lovers during a large neighborhood open house for the newly completed Athenaeum Art Center that opened to the public on Saturday, February 6th, 2016. The center is the new offsite campus for the Athenaeum Music & Art Library’s respected art school, which also still holds classes at their La…

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Johannes Vermeer’s “The Woman in Blue Reading a Letter” now on exhibit at the Timken Museum of Art is one of the artist’s very best paintings, but other images and objects included in the boutique exhibition titled “Vermeer” serve to distract rather than enhance the Dutch Baroque masterpiece. With only thirty-five surviving paintings attributed to this baroque master, the odds of normally seeing one of his jewel-like canvases in San Diego are greater than winning the SuperLotto. This is real jackpot!….

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Imagine “Candy Land” ruined after a devastating cyclone strike! Kevin Winger’s paintings from his new “Organic Demarcation Series” feature strong map-like landscapes in saccharine sweet hues that appear gathered from the sickened remains of a child after becoming ill from consuming every colorful confection in an old time candy store. Read more…

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Come swing with Frida’s Kahlo’s “Self Portrait with Monkey.” One must see Arshille Gorky’s surreal “The Liver is the Cock’s Comb,” but you will definitely pout if you miss seeing Jackson Pollock’s action painting “Convergence” at the San Diego Museum of Art!

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Heather Rasmussen's "Untitled (Zucchini and yellow chair on table)," 2013. © Heather Rasmussen.

Gemstone arses, secret codes, and a hilarious erect zucchini come together to salvage an experimental art exhibit filled with art-star pomposity and copycat mentality at Quint Gallery’s Horizon exhibition in La Jolla…

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