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Previews of Exhibitions
Previews feature art writers' advance evaluations of exhibitions that will be opening this month.
Our May Previews feature these exhibitions:

Agnes Pelton at Pepperdine University's
Frederick R. Weissman Museum of Art

Gunther Gerzso
at Latin American Masters

Pablo Picasso
at Leslie Sacks Fine Arts

Vladimir Cora
at Chac-Mool Gallery


Betty Brown: Feminist Art Assessed at Sexual Politics Show

Judy Chicago, "The Dinner Party"
© 1979 Judy Chicago

Betty Brown has distinguished herself as a longtime commentator and advocate on behalf of women artists from a feminist perspective. In the first of a two-part commentary, Brown recalls the impact on her of The Dinner Party when it was first exhibited in 1979, and reflects on what feminism has achieved to date on the occasion of UCLA/Armand Hammer Museum's "Sexual Politics: Judy Chicago's Dinner Party in Feminist Art History."

Continuing and Recommended Exhibitions in Brief

Francine Matarazzo, "Waiting"

Continuing and Recommended features short items about exhibitions (and occasional special community events) that our contributors think will be of interest to you. Think of it as a tip sheet. . .

Below are the three winning selections in ArtScene's first "Art-On-The-Web" competition, sponsored by ArtScene with the Downtown Arts Development Association (DADA). The selections as made by our three jurors:

Heather Lowe
Wojciech Szaszor
Lucio Martinez

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