Nagle / SDMA

Ron Nagle: Peripheral Cognition at the San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA) is surprisingly Nagel's first major solo museum exhibition. It includes work from over 30 years and it's magical. Along with ceramic sculptures with glazes that are like no other is a series of drawings that have never been shown publicly.

The exhibition design is tremendous.

This exhibition ends on February 27. You better not miss it.

Right now is the time to go to SDMA.  

Gauguin to Warhol: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox is in the gallery next to the Nagle exhibit. It's as power as it gets, as seen here with Clyfford Still and David Smith. The Still looks small in this photo. It's actually enormous. 
Robert Irwin and Anne Truitt are also part of the Gauguin to Warhol exhibition. It ends January 27th.

 The SDMA permanent collection isn't bad either.

 Malcolm Leland protects the art.

They're still playing hide the Falkenstein. It was back for a minute and now it's gone again. More on that here.