Nothing Is to Be Done for William T. Wiley is a roller derby of irreverent and energetic ideas and a serious revelation about Northern California’s art historical significance.
Melvino Garretti describes himself as “more of an anthropologist than an artist.”
The exhibition includes both well-known and emerging artists and reaches across LA County’s varied neighborhoods.
William T. Wiley’s message is urgent, disquieting, and necessary to these addled, disjointed, the rich-get-richer times.
Parker Gallery’s multimedia Nut Art survey intersperses new work with original pieces from the 1970s.