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  • Drive-thru Time Machine: A Conversation with Allison Wiese

    by Andreana Donahue   I had the opportunity this summer to sit down with San Diego-based interdisciplinary artist and educator Allison Wiese while she was in residence at the Neon Museum studio…

  • THE FILE: Serena Cole

    I recently caught up with artist Serena Cole at her light-filled, image-plastered studio in West Oakland. A lengthy and generous conversation, we discussed everything from her recent solo exhibition of dazzlingly complex…

  • THE FILE: Katherine Vetne

    Introducing a new artist interview series by Daniel Samaniego. In the first of the series, which will focus on issues in contemporary painting and drawing, he interviews fellow Bay area artist Katherine…

  • Latinos Who Lunch Interview Ramiro Gomez

    Las Vegas’ Latinos Who Lunch interviewed LA-based artist Ramiro Gomez at the Denver Art Museum earlier this year prior to the opening of  Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place. The exhibition features…

  • Marc Dombrosky and Shannon Eakins Interview Mikayla Whitmore

    Justin Favela & Mikayla Whitmore: BIG LOAD   Acting as a double-portrait of Southwestern Michigan and their hometown of Las Vegas, this exhibition explores and critiques the marketing strategies of discount stores…

  • 5 for FIVE: Lucky DeBellevue

    The recent exhibition at the Marjorie Barrick Museum, Five featured paintings, sculptures, videos, installations, and photographs from contemporary artists based in LA and New York. Materiality, attitude, and wit tie their work together,…

  • 5 for FIVE: David Gilbert

    The current exhibition at the Marjorie Barrick Museum, Five features paintings, sculptures, videos, installations, and photographs from contemporary artists based in LA and New York. Materiality, attitude, and wit tie their work together,…

  • 5 for FIVE: Erin Cosgrove

    The current exhibition at the Marjorie Barrick Museum, Five features paintings, sculptures, videos, installations, and photographs from contemporary artists based in LA and New York. Materiality, attitude, and wit tie their work together,…

  • 5 for FIVE: Ash Ferlito

    The current exhibition at the Marjorie Barrick Museum, Five features paintings, sculptures, videos, installations, and photographs from contemporary artists based in LA and New York. Materiality, attitude, and wit tie their work together,…

  • 5 for FIVE: Deborah Aschheim

    The current exhibition at the Marjorie Barrick Museum, Five features paintings, sculptures, videos, installations, and photographs from contemporary artists based in LA and New York. Materiality, attitude, and wit tie their work together,…