“Disestablishment” by John Raymond Mireles

“Disestablishment” by John Raymond Mireles consists of landscape photographs taken in once federally protected regions of Southern Utah. The Bears Ears and Escalante National Monuments were created in 2016 but […]

Paintings from the Confinement

This new installation in the American art galleries comprises 11 intimate egg tempera paintings by San Diego-based artist Marianela de la Hoz. The group of works all were created in […]

Unity in Variety

Artist Gabriel Rico The Institute of Contemporary Art, San Diego will inaugurate its Balboa Park gallery with the first California solo show of Mexican artist Gabriel Rico (b. 1980, Lagos […]

Trifecta: Art, Science, Patron

Local artists and Salk Institute scientists collaborate in this interdisciplinary project that was inspired by the visionary gift of the Jacobs family. The Joan Klein and Irwin Mark Jacobs Senior Scientist […]

San Diego Art Prize Exhibition

Cometa (2018) graphite, charcoal and acrylic on paper, 45 x 45 inches The San Diego Art Prize recipients reflect the rich and varied bi-national experience that makes our region truly […]

Yolanda López: Portrait of the Artist

Portrait of the Artist is the first solo museum presentation of the work of Yolanda López (1942-2021), the pathbreaking Chicana artist and activist whose career in California spanned five decades. The […]

Perry Vasquez – OASIS

Sparks Gallery’s last exhibition of the year will feature new artwork by renowned local artist Perry Vásquez. The artwork on view will feature his series of palm trees, along with a smaller […]

Temple of Story

“We need stories now more than ever. Future generations will ultimately understand our unprecedented times of pandemic, crazed demagogues, and failed insurrections through the art and stories that come out of this period in history. Artists, writers, playwrights, and filmmakers will construct funhouse-mirror reflections capturing the loss, chaos, and bewilderment, along with the courage, innovation, […]

Rule 42: S t r e t c h e d  L a n g u a g e

The Bonita Museum and Cultural Center (BMCC) presents the world as explained and examined through mathematical equations and language in the exhibition titled Rule 42: S t r e t c h e d  L a n g u a g e : Explorations into Visual and Mathematical Poetry. The exhibition curated by Vallo Riberto […]

Sowing Seeds of Universal Language

In times of isolation, division and hopelessness, art has played a significant role in reminding us of the power of What Can Be. This exhibit brings together 44 remarkable visual, sound and performance artists to address issues of disharmony in our present lives—in our relationship with the land, with each other and with ourselves—to seek […]

Masters of Photography: The Garner Collection

Masters of Photography: The Garner Collection features more than 100 works spanning major photographic movements that are diverse in subject, style and technique. Made possible by a loan from prolific collectors, Cam and Wanda Garner, the exhibition includes works from many of the most influential photographers in the medium’s history. Some major names include Ansel Adams, Frank Eugene, Manuel […]

The History of Joy: Our Earth

Take an unforgettable theatrical journey through moments of everyday magic and extraordinary possibility. In partnership with award-winning poet laureate nominee Gill Sotu, “The History of Joy” is a 4-part series of cinematic performances inspired by real-life stories of struggle, beauty, and triumph. Each segment will be accompanied by creative interpretations of the theme by some […]