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  • San Diego Artists

    Approximately 50 works from 1950 to the present comprise a retrospective exhibition of Chicago’s George Cohen at the La Jolla Museum of Art, where Cohen is also on hand as artist-in-residence throughout the run of the show. The exhibit is broken up into seen classifications: emblematic, figures, figures in groups, recent paintings of large groups, constructions, “phenomenology of mirrors,” and reliefs and flesh paintings. The human body, in most cases the female figure, dominates all of them, and for descriptive purposes the pieces can be divided into two categories: paintings and constructions

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