The annual art behemoth may be shelved, but September brings plenty of smaller shows, from an exhibit by a soon-to-be-famous painter to a one-stop roundup of the city’s DIY scene.
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That plus 500,000 cigarettes, burned Coca-Cola, and more unusual materials highlight a groundbreaking survey of contemporary Chinese art.
Photo: Courtesy of Anne Harris The 58-year-old painter, who lives in west suburban Riverside, is fascinated by the eyelid — its beauty but also its contradictions: dry and wet, fragile and protective, open and shut. The small, gossamer oil paintings in 39 Eyelids, her solo show running January 19 to February 29 at Goldfinch, are intended to … Read more
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