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ARIZONA

Scottsdale: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 7380 East Second Street. Robert Indiana: The Story of Love; At Home with Ozzie and Harriet: Mid-Century Design. Both Through May 2. (480) 874-4665 / smoca@sccarts.org/www.smoca.org.

Tuscon: Center for Creative Photography, Fine Arts Complex, University of Arizona, Corner Park and Speedway. Evidence Revisited: Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel. Through Mar. 24. (520) 621-7968 / www.creativephotography.org.

CALIFORNIA

Berkeley: Berkeley Museum of Art and Pacific Film Archive, 2625 Durant Avenue #2250. Ant Farm: 1968-1978. Through April 26. Peil Leonard Exhibition (working title). Through Aug. 8. Matrix 210: Simryn Gill, Standing Still. Through April 4. (510) 642-1295 / www.bamfa.berkeley.edu.

El Cajon: Hyde Art Gallery. Grossmont College, 8800 Grossmont College Drive. Pinholes to Pixels/Peggy Ann Jones. Through Mar. 26. (619) 644-7299 / www.grossmont.net/artgallery. www.arts.fullerton.edu/events.

Los Angeles: Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, University Park. Sophie Calle: Los Angeles Aiburn; Transfictions: Jack Butler, Eileen Cowin, and Grant Mudford. All through Apr. 17, (213) 740-4561 / www.usc.edu/fishergallery.

Los Angeles: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, 6522 Hollywood Blvd. Beat Streuli. Through April 18. (323) 957-1777/www.artleak.com.

Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd. Diane Arbus Revelations. Through May 31. Jasper Johns: Numbers. Through Apt.18. (323) 857-6000/www.lacma.org.

Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 South Grand Ave. From House to Home: Picturing Domesticity. Through May 17. Street Credibility. Through June 7. A Minimal Future? Art as Object, 1958-1968. Through Aug. 2. (212) 621-2766/www.moca-la.org.

Newport Beach: Orange County Museum of Art, 850 San Clemente Dr. Views and Visions: Light in the Landscape/Group Show; Selections form the Permanent Collection. Both ongoing. (949) 759-1122 ext. 207/www.ocma.net.

Pasadena: The Armory Center for the Arts, 145 N. Raymond Ave. AIM V: Syzygy, The Human Remix. Through June 6. www.usc.edu/aim.

Riverside: UCR/California Museum of Photography, University of California, 3824 Main St. You Are Here: Helen K. Kim. Through March 20. Kevin John Boyle/The Big Picture: A Retrospective. Through May 16. Zeiss lkon Camera Exhibition. Ongoing. (909) 787-4787 / email: mitra@pop.ucr.edu/www.cmp.ucr.edu.

San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, downtown location, 1001 Kettner Blvd. Everything Matters: Paul Kos, A Retrospective. Through May 2. (858) 454-3541/www.mcasd.org.

San Diego: Museum of Photographic Arts, 1649 E1 Prado. Robert Parke-Harrison: The Photographer's Brother. Through Apt. 4. (619) 238-7559/www.mopa.org.

San Diego: San Diego Museum of Modern Art, 1450 E1 Prado, Balboa Park. Jose Guadalupe Posada: My Mexico. Through April 4. Shahzia Sikander. Through June 27. (619) 237-0675/www.sdmart.org.

San Diego: University Art Gallery, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive. Doug Hall: In Finite Spaces. Through Mar. 20. (858) 822-3547/www.universityartgallery.ucsd.edu.

San Francisco: The lames Nicholson Gallery, 49 Geary St, 4th Floor. Nathalie Grenzhaeuser: Omaha Beach. Through Mar. 27. The Lake Project/David Maisel. Apr. 1-May 28, (415) 397-0100/email: info@nicholsongallery.com/www.nicholsongallery.com.

San Francisco: San Francisco Camerawork, 1246 Folsom St. Killer Shots: A Photographic Response to War/Group show; Moving Targets: The Art of Resistance/Group Show. Both through Mar. 20. (415) 863-1001/email:marisa@sfcamerawork.org / www.sfcamerawork.org.

San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St. Pirkle Jones and the Changing California Landscape. Through April 18. SUPERNOVA: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection. …

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