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April Baca

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April is an art writer in San Bernardino. She enjoys volunteering with animal rescue organizations and spending time with her son. Her interests include, but are not limited to, art writing, French theory, low brow art, 1980's metal, and cats.

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Ryan Hester, "Just like the King," 2013. | Photo: Courtesy of the artist.
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Ryan Hester: PHREEdom and Frenzy

Through a vibrant fusion of loose painterly expressionism and charged icons, Ryan Hester's art works reiterate the heaving breath of racial and social angst in American culture and the violence that so often accompanies it.
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High Desert Hideaway: Elmer Long's Bottle Tree Ranch

A sea of nearly 200 welded metal trees, Elmer Long's Bottle Tree Ranch confronts the excess of consumer waste through a folk art.
"Say Hello to My Little Friends," 2014 | Photo Courtesy of Britt Ehringer.
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Britt Ehringer: Deconstructing the Ridiculous and the Raunchy

Britt Ehringer's fantastical paintings walk the line between pop art fantasy and society's frequently aloof degeneracy.
"Kol King Ice Cream," 2006 | Photo: Courtesy of Thomas McGovern from "Vital Signs," 2013
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Vital Signs: Revitalizing the Pulse of San Bernardino

The exhibition "Vital Signs" explores the vibrant melding of Hispanic and Anglo-American cultures indigenous to San Bernardino County.
"Chalon," 2014, Digital C-Print, 44x30
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A Little Riot: Matthew McMilon's Re-Presentation of Gender Identity

Matthew McMilon's body of work explores not only aspects specific to McMilon's own life experiences but re-examines queer identity entirely.
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