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A Painted Horse by JOE SOLA
By Liz Hirsch
(with MATTHEW CHAMBERS, SAYRE GOMEZ, RUDY K. SLOBECK, and others)
Luminous autumn tones unfold across a surface divided by jagged diagonal bands. Streaks of fuchsia dissolve into lilac edged in silvery white beside umber patches gradually glowing orange, then chestnut.
SUSAN CIANCIOLO if God COMes to visit You, HOW will you know? (the great tetrahedral kite)By Liz Hirsch
Think about your grandmother differently, the artist Robert Kushner said to me last summer, reflecting on the years he spent during the mid-1970s cutting, sewing, and crocheting handmade garments.
Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s MexicoBy Liz Hirsch
Below the Underground, one of the many exhibitions included in the robust and multifaceted Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA series of programs supported by the Getty Foundation, stands out for its emphasis on feminist and anti-corporate strategies explored by artists in Mexico in the 1990s.