10 New Must-See Exhibits
We've rounded up the best art on display at museums and galleries around town
From 'Peter Max—The Retrospective'
Photographer Abe Ordover’s final exhibit at theNAT will feature some of his best work from the last 20 years in The Last Hurrah: The Photography of Abe Ordover, through December 11.
Artists from the West Coast Glass Scene will show and sell a variety of pieces at the Galaxy of Glass Exhibition at the Fallbrook Art Center, through October 30.
Explore how animals have been interpreted across 800 years of art history at the Timken’s Blessed Beasts and Curious Creatures: Animal Processionals from the 13th to the 21st Centuries, through December 11.
The San Diego Watercolor Society showcases works by water media artists from San Diego and beyond during its annual International Exhibition at Liberty Station, through October 31.
This year’s annual Youth Exhibition at MoPA, Animals Among Us, features 105 submissions from local K-12 students, through February 5.
View Peter Max’s colorful, psychedelic work at La Jolla’s Monarch Arredon Contemporary Art gallery in Peter Max—The Retrospective, through October 23.
The how and why of ambling, soaring, prowling, and more are the focus of Animals: Machines in Motion, an interactive exhibit featuring digital media, scientific models, and real specimens, at theNAT, through January 1.
Art San Diego features a juried selection of more than 500 contemporary artists, exhibits, creative labs, events, and more in Balboa Park, through November 6.
Selections from Louis Kahn’s projects will be on display for the first time in two decades in Louis Kahn. The Power of Architecture at the San Diego Museum of Art, through January 31.
April 1, 2017
Painting, photography, sculpture, and more reflecting the rich culture and artistry of Latin America will be on display during the Latin American Art Festival at Liberty Station, through April 2.