This week, we’re celebrating America and it’s diversity through art.
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1. Jen Stark’s brightly colored paper art reminds us a little of fireworks at Cooper Cole
2. Work from 36 contemporary Native American artists, who reflect on the diversity in tribal affiliation, geographic location, gender and age, and share an intricate vision of life lived in different worlds, from the long traditions of their specific tribes to the politics and pop of the world at large at 516 Arts
3. Tanja Rector’s art reflects upon her impressions while along roads through the southwestern states at Launch LA
4. Ales “BASK” Hostomsky’s “Übermensch” will showcase works depicting children painted as superheroes on found and weathered surfaces that exhibit an energetic urban art aesthetic at 1 AM Gallery
5. Deeply engaged with the unique setting of the Bay Area, artist Richard Diebenkorn profoundly influenced postwar American art during his years spent working in Berkeley, from 1953 to 1966 at de Young
6. Brett Amory’s work in Twenty-Four in New York portrays abstracted studies of urban life through fragmented cityscapes and anonymous, isolated figures at Jonathan Levine Gallery