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Art and War

The Surrealism of Memorial Day: A Veterans Show

Nan Levinson | Posted 05.26.2014 | Politics
Nan Levinson

There's much more -- drawings, paintings, sculptures, collages in visions carnivalesque, nightmarish and gorgeous. It's the art of war's residue, offered up to those of us fortunate enough to know war only secondhand.

Home Grown Gallery Tackles Global Monetary Issues

Liz Goldner | Posted 04.14.2013 | Arts
Liz Goldner

The "Capital Crimes" exhibition at BC Space Gallery, Laguna Beach, ingeniously addresses today's monetary inequality. Yet if does so with a light hand, filled as it is with humor and irony about our complex economic issues.

The Political Is Very, Very Personal

Joan Gelfand | Posted 01.21.2012 | Books
Joan Gelfand

Elizabeth Rosner explores which vestiges of hatred are accepted, and which questioned. In this quiet novel we learn how two very different, very damaged people can open their hearts, move past their comfort zones and find a place of peace.