Exhibitions


ARIZONA

Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. The Drama of Pictures: Aaron Siskind's Photography. Through July 6.

Tucson: Etherton Gallery, 135 S. 6th Ave. Filaments of Invention/Teresa Villegas, Randy Spalding, Simon Donovan, Bradley Pattison. Through March 15. Inflections of Illusion/Jim Waid, John Folsom, Alice Briggs, Chris Rush. Through May 31.

CALIFORNIA

Berkeley: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2625 Durant Ave. Roger Ballen: Photographs. May 12 - Aug. 15.

Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute Exhibition Gallery, 1200 Getty Center Dr. Surrealist Muse: Lee Miller, Roland Penrose, and Man Ray, 1925 - 1945. Through June 15.

Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd. Ansel Adams at 100. Through May 11. Diane Arbus. Through May 30.

Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2505. Grand Ave. at California Plaza. Conversations/Group Show--lasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Lee Friedlander, and others. Ongoing through Jan. 2004. Public Record/Group Show--Uta Barth, Candida Hofer, Walter Niedermayr, Thomas Struth, and Catherine Wagner. Ongoing through Aug. 3. Mid-Century Masterworks from the Collection. Ongoing indefinitely.

Los Angeles: Stephen Cohen Gallery, 7358 Beverly Blvd. Didier Ben Loulou: Jerusalem; Kimberly Gremillion: Circus; Misirkov/Bogdanov: ID 2000. All through May 17.

Los Angeles: Paul Kopeikin Gallery, 6150 Wilshire Blvd. The Lake Project: David Maisel. Through May 24.

Riverside: California Museum of Photography, University of California, 3824 Main St. Shared Histories: Recent Work by Palestinian and Israeli Filmmakers/Group Show. Through June 14. One Ground/4 Palestinian and 4 Israeli Filmmakers. Through June 15.

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

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

San Diego: Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA), 1649 El Prado. First Photographs: William Henry Fox Talbot and the Birth of Photography; In Talbot's Time: The First 25 Years of Photography; Secret Victorians: Contemporary Photographers Working in 19th Century Process. All through June 15.

San Francisco: The CCAC Institute, 1111 Eighth St. Capp Street Project: 20th Anniversary Exhibition. Through May 10.

San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 49 Greary St., 4th floor. Robert Adams: Summer Nights; Eugene Atget: Trees. Both through June 8.

San Francisco: San Francisco Camerawork, 1246 Folsom St. Agitate: Negotiating the Photographic Process/Group Show. May 13 - June 14.

San Francisco: San Francisco Center for the Book, 300 De Haro St. International Artist's Books in the 21st Century. Through May 30.

San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St. Andreas Gursky. Through June 1. Earthly Bodies: Irving Penn's Nudes, 1949 - 50. Through July 27.

Santa Barbara: University Art Museum, University of Southern California. Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism/Group Show. Through May 11.

Santa Monica: Gallery Luisotti at Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., Number A2. Simone Nieweg and Bernard Fuchs. Through May 10.

Santa Monica: Christopher Grimes Gallery, 916 Colorado Ave. Allan Sekula. June 7 - July 12.

COLORADO

Denver: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1275 19th St. Elegy: Contemporary Ruins/Group Show. Through May 25.

CONNECTICUT

Ridgefield: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 258 Main St. A River Half Empty: Artists Engage Connecticut's Environment/Group Show. June 1 - Aug. 31.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 17th St. London/Wales/Robert Frank. May 10 - July 14. The Eyes of History 2003/Group Show by White House Photojournalists. May 30 July 28. …

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