For today’s art, does Edgar Degas matter? That’s the question at the heart of a large and fascinating retrospective exhibition newly opened at the Museum of Fine Arts here. The unsurprising answer being offered is yes — unsurprising because who would mount a complex show to assert irrelevance?...
A partially reassembled altarpiece by Sienese Renaissance artist Giovanni di Paolo sits at the center of the "Shimmer of Gold" exhibition at the Getty Museum.
Polly Apfelbaum has fashioned a secular chapel of abstract art
New paintings by Pattern and Decoration pioneer Valerie Jaudon are on view at Von Lintel Gallery.
Henry Taylor makes art as a social mechanism at the Culver City gallery Blum & Poe.
Abraham Cruzvillegas reinvents L.A. car culture with show at Regen Projects.
Light and Space art gets a print workout in Tacita Dean's new work at Gemini G.E.L.
At MOCA’s Pacific Design Center branch, an exhibition of Gaetano Pesce vases, bowls and other vessels comes with an ethical quandry: Of 39 loaned pieces, 34 are owned by the guest curator.