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Monday, July 28,2014
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Constance White is disembarking from the San Diego airport

Longtime art-program manager accepts a new position in North Carolina

By Kinsee Morlan
Constance White, art program manager for the San Diego International Airport (SDIA) has helped transform the busy local terminals into unexpected places for really cool art.
Monday, July 28,2014
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Scott White Contemporary Art goes private

Art dealer says the public-gallery model is changing

By Kinsee Morlan
Longtime art dealer and gallerist Scott White has shuttered his La Jolla gallery and will move his operation to the former Jett Gallery location in Little Italy (989 W. Kalmia St.) and make the majority of his business private.
Monday, July 21,2014
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Stay strange, Comic-Con

Weird and sordid superheroes on parade at Space 4 Art

By Kinsee Morlan
Sam Lopez is most known for blurring the line between art and music through his ongoing Stay Strange series, which presents avant-garde, experimental sounds to audiences at dive bars, libraries, parks and other venues.
Monday, July 21,2014
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A pop-up art exhibition for the Comic-Con crowd

ArtExpo features more than 100 artists, crafters and authors in an alternative fair, plus a lowbrow, graphic-narrative, outsider and comic-art exhibition

By Susan Myrland
Comic-Con is a deep dive into obsession, and Mark Murphy's obsessed with connecting artists to audiences.
Monday, July 14,2014
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Artist Vicki Walsh decides to pay to play

Opportunity Gallery puts power in the hands of people willing to use a controversial tactic to show their art

By Kinsee Morlan
A 1,380-square-foot space inside Point Loma’s Liberty Station is being marketed to artists as an art gallery available for monthly rent.
Monday, July 14,2014
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‘Paranoia, Mind control, and the Art of Suggestion’ opens

Outsider-art exhibition kicks around weird possibilities and controversial themes

By Kinsee Morlan
Conspiracy theories, aliens, the occult and any other subject deemed “outsider” by mainstream culture are the focus of the show, Paranoia, Mind Control and the Art of Suggestion.
Monday, July 7,2014
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Ice Gallery reemerges

Alternative art space opens July 11 inside Bread & Salt in Logan Heights

By Kinsee Morlan
Between 2001 and 2012, Ice Gallery popped in and out of existence inside a small, dilapidated storefront near the corner of 30th and Upas streets in North Park. The Gallery was seemingly done for good
Monday, July 7,2014
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Budget cuts narrow The Front gallery’s focus

Casa Familiar suffers funding shortfalls and loses two of its three arts-and-culture employees

By Kinsee Morlan
Praise for the whimsical Whysidro exhibition featuring Jamex and Einar de la Torre, on view at The Front arts center and gallery in San Ysidro, continues to reverberate through the local art scene and beyond. 
Monday, June 30,2014
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Crediting Richard Allen Morris, John Baldessari, Bob Matheny and Russell Baldwin

New Oceanside Museum of Art exhibition pays respect to artists who impacted San Diego's art scene in the ’50s and ’60s

By Kinsee Morlan
Dave Hampton's latest diggings have focused on Richard Allen Morris, John Baldessari, Bob Matheny and Russell Baldwin. The resulting exhibition, Spitting in the Wind: Art from the End of the Line, opens at the Oceanside Museum of Art.
Monday, June 30,2014
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Steve Gibson’s arts blog is worth bookmarking

Painter spends plenty of time curating and exhibiting interesting work online

By Claire Caraska
Steve Gibson has spent his life making art. And since 2012, he's been posting online about art, too, at his blog, Mockingbird.
 
 
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