Exhibitions


ALABAMA

Huntsville: Huntsville Museum of Art, 300 Church Street. My Reality: Contemporary Art and the Culture of Japanese Animation. Oct. 12 - Jan. 4, 2004. (256) 535-4350 / www.hsvmuseum.org.

Mobile: Mobile Museum of Art, 4850 Museum Drive. Voices Rising: Alabama Women Artists at the Millenium. Through Oct. 5. Women of Our Time. Through Oct. 5. (251) 208-5200 / www.mobilemuseumofart.com

ARKANSAS

Conway: Baum Gallery, University of Central Arkansas, 201 Donaghey. Lisa Jong-Soon Goodlin: Lost and Found. Sept. 14 - Oct. 23. (501) 450-5793 / www.uca.edu/divisions/academic/art/.

ARIZONA

Tuscon: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, 1030 North Olive Road. Edward Weston: A Vision Conserved. Through Oct. 12. Margrethe Mather and Edward Weston: A Passionate Collaboration. Through Oct. 12. (520) 621-7968 / www.creativephotography.org.

CALIFORNIA

Laguna Beach: Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Drive. Ocean View: The Depiction of Southern California Coastal Lifestyle. Through Oct. 5. (949) 494-8971 / www.lagunaartmuseum.org/.

Long Beach: University Art Museum, 1250 Bell-flower Blvd. Evan Macdonald: Some Summer Day, Through Oct. 12. (562) 985-5761 / www.csulb.edu/uam.

Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 S. Grand Ave. at California Plaza. Conversations/Group Show (jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Lee Friedlander and others). Ongoing through Jan., 2004. Mid-Century Masterworks from the Collection. Ongoing indefinitely. (213) 626-6222 / www.mbca-la.org.

Los Angeles: Paul Kopeikin Gallery, 6150 Wilshire Blvd. Michael Flomen: Rising. Through Oct. 25. (323) 937-0765 / email: pkgallery@earthlink.net.

Newport Beach: Orange County Museum of Art, 850 San Clemente Dr. Woman: A Celebration of the Photographs from the Collection of Peter Fetterman. Through Jan. 4, 2004. Girl's Night Out/Group Show. Sept. 14 - Jan. 25, 2004. Views and Visions: Light in the Landscape/Group Show; Selections form the Permanent Collection. Both ongoing. Awakening the California Dream: An Environmental History/Group Show (at the satellite gallery at South Coast Plaza). Through Nov. 2. (949) 759-1122 ext. 207 / www.ocma.net.

Palm Springs: Palm Springs Desert Museum, 101 Museum Dr. The Desert Tortoise. Through October 12. Stephen H. Willard: California Desert Photography. Through Nov. 9. Stars at Play: Photography by Bill Anderson. Through Nov. 16. (760) 325-0189 / www.psmuseum.org.

Riverside: UCR/California Museum of Photography, University of California, 3824 Main St. Jerry Burchfield: Primal Images. Sept. 17 - Jan. 11, 2004; Lori Nix: Some Other Place. Sept. 23 - Jan. 11, 2004; Riverside in Pictures. Sept. 27 - Jan. 4, 2004; Zeiss Ikon Camera Exhibition. Ongoing. (909) 787-4787 / email: mitra@pop.ucr.edu / www.cmp.ucr.edu.-

San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 700 Prospect St. Alex Webb: Crossings. Sept. 21 - Dec. 7. Manny Farber: About Face. Sept. 14 - Jan. 4, 2004. (858) 454-3541 / www.mcasd.org.

San Diego: Museum of Photographic Arts, 1649 El Prado. Collectors' Group Acquisitions. Through Dec. 14. The Discerning Eye: Southern California Collects. Through Jan. 3, 2004. (619) 238-7559 / www.mopa.org.

San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St. Reagan Louie: Sex in Asia. Through Jan. 11, 2004. Reprocessing Information/Group Show. Through Feb. 8, 2004. Diane Arbus: Revelations. Oct. 25 - Feb. 8, 2004. (415) 357-4000 / www.sfmoma.org.

San Francisco: CCAC Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, 1111 Eighth St. The Photographs of Reagan Louie: Sex Work in Asia. Through Dec. 7. Warped Space. Sept. 17 - Nov. 15. (415) 551-9202 / www.ccac-art.edu.

San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 49 Geary st., 4th Floor. The Eye Club/Group Show (Arbus, Avedon, Lange, Stieglitz, others). Through Nov. 29. (415) 981-2661.

San Francisco: Jewett Gallery, Main Library, Civic Center.

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