Domestic Affairs: The Poetically Political Art of Nery Gabriel Lemus
Artist Nery Gabriel Lemus gracefully exposes the subtle racial tensions between Latino and African American cultures in his work.
Best Kept Secret: Richard Jackson Survey at OCMA
Richard Jackson has produced work that pushes the boundaries of painting since the 1960s.
- AFRICAN AMERICANS
- CAL STATE SACRAMENTO
- CHILD ABUSE
- CHRIS BURDEN
- DENNIS SZAKACS
- DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
- ED KIENHOLZ
- ED RUSCHA
- EUGENIA BUTLER GALLERY
- IMMIGRATION LAWS
- JACKSON POLLOCK
- JOHN BALDESSARI
- LA COUNTY
- ORANGE COUNTY
- ORANGE COUNTY
- PACIFIC STANDARD TIME
- RICHARD JACKSON
- SAN GABRIEL
- SEATTLE ART MUSEUM
- VISUAL ART
- VISUAL ARTS
- YVES KLEIN
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