Ed Schad writes about two exhibitions: Kaz Oshiro, Home Anthology 2 at Las Cienegas Projects and Steve Wolfe on Paper at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Both artists work in trompe l'oeil. Schad writes "There is something about trompe-l'œil ... that strikes to the core of art, its illusions both interesting and slightly disappointing. On one hand, it’s innocuous, on another hand, dangerous enough for Socrates to kick painters out of the Republic for their crimes."
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