After 29 years of Biennials, the Orange County Museum of Art has decided to shed some excess weight and give itself a makeover. Slimmed down from 2010's dizzying 45 artists to an easier-to-assimilate 32, the retitled California-Pacific Triennial is now less about California and more international, featuring artists from within the wider scope of the Pacific Rim. Under Dan Cameron's sensitive curatorial eye, the exhibition is still large, but not overwhelming, the intimacy that ensues suggestive of great things to come. With more than 100 pieces to consider, I've narrowed my focus to one piece for each year the Biennial has been running (in no... More >>>