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An eponymous exhibition up now at MCQ Fine Art  spans more than three decades of his work.

Graphic artist Raymond Pettibon illustrates our era, from punk to politics

October 5th, 2017

An eponymous exhibition up now at MCQ Fine Art spans more than three decades of his work.

  • This show of Stones artifacts is a must for even the most casual of fans.

  • It’s a joy to stroll the gallery and see how each artist interprets the challenge of art with a limited palette.

  • It’s quirky, disarming work that seems to belong to the jungles of Borneo on one hand and the sci-fi frontier on the other.

  • “When you’re drawing the president or anybody, the more attractive they are, the more difficult they are to draw.”

  • With two large sculptures—one a bright Chinese red, the other a pure enamel white—and two videos, Tan’s works have a fresh, disarming feel.

  • The new photography exhibition is on display at Winchester Cultural Center.

  • Six times larger than in years past, the nearly-30,000-square-foot, two-story retail space will be transformed into an immersive playground for the adventurous.

  • Camilla Quinn’s “Appropriation,” up now at Donna Beam.

  • This year's honor—solely for visual artists—means both financial reward and local recognition.

  • Two hours north of Las Vegas, there’s an eerie place where rocks and shadow take on familiar forms.

  • Like the jagged vistas of Red Rock Canyon, Anne Patterson’s new art installation shifts under changing light and vantage point.

  • The exhibition documents the slippery identity of everyday objects when their functions shift from practical to aesthetic.

  • Allison Wiese will immerse herself in the Neon Museum’s collection, while also discovering the city.

  • It’s only fitting that this show comes to town just as the gallery prepares to leave the Arts Factory and venture out into the world ...

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