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ARIZONA

Scottsdale: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 7380 E. 2nd St. Pay Attention: Bruce Nauman Videos from the collection of Barbara Balkin Cottle and Robert Cottle. Private Pictures: Photography from Arizona Collections. Both through Jan. 8, 2006. southwestNET: techno. Dec. 17-May 14, 2006. (480) 874-4682 / www.smoca.org.

Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, 1030 North Olive Road, P.O. Box 210103. Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Through Jan. 8, 2006. (520) 621-7970 / www.creativephotography.org.

CALIFORNIA

Berkeley: Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, University of California, 2626 Bancroft Way. The Baum: An American Emerging Photographer Award-Lisa Kereszi. Through Dec. 5. Yosemite in Time. Through Dec. 23. Figurations. Through Jan. 15, 2006. Turning Corners. Through Jan. 22, 2006. Edge of Desire: Recent Art in India. Through Feb. 27. Matrix 219: Wilhelm Sasnal. June 13-Sept. 17, 2006. (510) 642-0808 / www.bampfa.berkeley.edu.

Claremont: Pomona College Museum of Art, Montgomery Art Center, 333 N. College Way. The Lake Project: David Maisel. Through Dec. 18. (909) 621-8283 / www.pomona.edu/museum.

El Cajon: Hyde Art Gallery, 8800 Grossmont College Dr. Artists' Books. Through Dec. 8. (619) 644-7299 / www.grossmont.edu/artgallery.

Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 1200 Getty Center Dr., Ste. 1000. Scene of the Crime: Photos by Weegee. Pictures for the Press. Both through Jan. 22, 2006. (310) 440-7300 / www.getty.edu.

Los Angeles: The Armand Hammer Museum of Art. 10899 Wilshire Blvd. A Letter from Japan: The Photographs of John Swope. March 5-June 4, 2006. (310) 443-7000 / www.hammer.ucla.edu.

Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 S. Grand Ave. Ecstasy: In and About Altered States. Through Feb. 20. (213) 621-1749 / www.moca.org.

Palm Springs: Palm Springs Art Museum, 101 Museum Dr. David Glomb Photography. Through Dec. 4. Ansel Adams: Inspiration and Influence. Dec. 13-Feb. 2, 2006. Material Terrain. Through Dec. 18. Celebrity Photographs from the Permanent Collection. Through Jan. 29. Contemporary Desert Photography: The Other Side of Paradise. Dec. 17-March 12. (760) 325-0189 / www.psmuseum.org.

Riverside: UCR/California Museum of Photography, 900 University Ave. Sachigusa Yasuda: Flying. Through Dec. 31. (951) 784-FOTO / www.cmp.ucr.edu.

San Bernadino: Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum. 5500 University Parkway. Coming Home. Through Dec. 10. (909) 537-7373 / museum.csusb.edu.

San Diego: San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA), 1450 El Prado. Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self. Through Dec. 31. (619) 238-7559 / www.sdmart.org.

San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art, 700 Prospect St. Barbara Kruger: Twelve. Writerzblok on the Wall. Cerca Series: Michael Arcega. Fresh, new Art from UCSD. All through Dec. 11. Jay Bolotin: the Jackleg Testament. Dec. 18-Feb. 20, 2006. (858) 454-3541 / www.mcasd.org.

San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr. Masterworks of American Photography. Through Feb. 12, 2006. After the Ruins, 1906 and 2006: Rephotographing the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire. Dec. 17-June 4, 2006. Chicano Vision. July 22-Oct. 22, 2006. (415) 863-3330 / www.thinker.org.

San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 49 Geary St. Adam Fuss. Through Dec. 30. (415) 981-2661 / www.fraenkelgallery.com.

San Francisco: CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, 1111 8th St. A Brief History of Invisible Art. Jeanne Dunning: Capp Street Project. Artur Zmijewski: Repetition. All through Feb. 21. Thomas Hirschhorn: Utopia, Utopia=One World, One War, One Army, One Dress. March 9-May 13. (415) 551-9210 / www.wattis.org.

San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St. Robert Adams: Turning Back, a Photographic Journal of Re-Exploration. Through Jan. …

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