What is a "realistic" picture? When does a painting seem deeply resonant of the real world, one that taps into our sense of lived reality? These questions, which artists have long grappled with, continue to drive the explorations of many painters today. Realism, really? presents a selection of California artists who focus on diverse aspects of realism in their work: Chester Arnold, Guy Diehl, F. Scott Hess, Marina Moevs, Douglas Fenn Wilson, and Jeong Im Yi. Guest curated by Jennifer Bethke, the exhibition explores the expansive boundaries of realism today, through this collection of powerful contemporary painters.
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