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CALIFORNIA

Berkeley: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2625 Durant Ave. Roger Ballen: Photographs. Through Aug. 15.

Long Beach: University Art Museum, California State University, 1250 Bellflower Blvd. From the Vault: Recent Acquisitions from the UAM Works on Paper Collection. Through July 20. (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 January 2004. Public Record/Group Show Featuring Uta Barth, Candida Hofer, Walter Niedermayr, Thomas Struth, and Catherine Wagner. Through Aug. 3. Mid-Century Masterworks from the Collection. Ongoing indefinitely.

Newport Beach: Orange County Museum of Art, 850 San Clemente Dr. Woman: A Celebration of the Photographs from the Collection of Peter Fetterman. Aug. 2 - Jan. 4, 2004. Girl's Night Out/Group Show. Sept. 14 - Jan. 25, 2004. Maria Fernanda Cardosa: Cardoso Flea Circus. Through Aug. 17, Major Art Minor Artists/Group Show. Through Aug. 10, 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). Aug.23 - Nov. 2. B. Langston at (949) 1122 ext. 207 / email: blangston@ocam.net. / www.ocma.net.

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

San Bernardino: Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum, 5500 University Pkwy. 31st Student Art Show. Through August 11.

San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art, 700 Prospect St. Andy Goldsworthy: Three Cairns. Through August 26.

San Diego: Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA), 1649 El Prado. Speak Truth to Power/Eddie Adams. Through Aug. 31. Frida Kahlo: Portrait of an Icon/Group Show. Through Aug. 31, (619) 238-7559 ext. 103 / email: conrad@mopa.org / www.mopa.org.

San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St. Earthly Bodies: Irving Penn's Nudes, 1949-50. Through July 27. Reagan Louie: Sex in Asia. Aug. 23 - Jan. 11, 2004. Reprocessing Information/Group Show. Aug. 30 - Feb. 8, 2004. (415) 357-4000 / www.sfmoma.org.

San Jose: San Jose Museum of Art, 110 South Market St. Un/Familiar Territory/Group Show. Through July 27. Visible Rhythm/Group Show. Through Aug. 1. Keith Carter: Poet of the Ordinary. July 26 - Sept. 14. Surf Culture: The Art History of Surfing. Aug. 16 - Nov. 2. Collection Highlights. Through Sept. 12, 2004. (408) 271-6840 / www.sjmusart.org.

San Marino: The Huntington, 1151 Oxford Rd. Edward Weston: A Legacy. Through Oct. 5. Mr. Huntington's Ranch, 1903-2003. Ongoing through Jan. 4, 2004. (626) 405-2140 / www.huntington.org.

Santa Rosa: Sonoma County Museum, 425 Seventh St. James Turell: Light and Land; Raemer, and Roden Crater. All ongoing through Jan. 4, 2004. Over Sonoma: Aerial Views of Unusual and Exemplary land Uses/Group Show, Formations of Erasure: Earthworks and Entrophy/GroupShow. Both through Sept.21. (707) 579-1500 / www.sonomacountymuseum.com.

COLORADO

Denver: Denver Art Museum. Retrospectacle: 20 Years of Collecting Moderna in Contemporary Art/Group Show. Through Aug 3. (720) 865-5000.

Denver: Gallery Sink, 2301 W. 30th St. at Wyandot. Dresden Reliquary: Past Into Present/Frederick Marsh. Through July 25. (303) 455-0185 / email: marksink@aol.com / www.gallerysink.com / http://thesight.com.

CONNECTICUT

Hartford: Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St. Joe Amrhein; Harrell Fletcher; Now It's a Party: Howard Fromson. All through Sept. 1. (860) 232-1006 / email: info@realartways.org. / www.realartways.org.

Ridgefield: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 258 Main St. …

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