War is hell, but you wouldn't know that on a visit to Laguna Art Museum's latest ex•pose show, featuring the anti-war graphite and paper drawings of artist Dana Harel. "Between Dreams and Nightmares" features little we can instantly chalk up to military aggression—no flags, tanks, guns, mass graves. It's curator Grace Kook-Anderson's thorough notes and program that put everything into perspective: The blank-faced subjects on display are a dreamscape of the walking wounded, often with animal familiars, poised, fading away, half-erased like an old... More >>>