Through Aug. 14 | Ventura
Art can witness. Presented within art the aftermath of injustice can be indelibly etched. Not forgotten, not erased. These works — drawings, tapestries, paintings — remember the human cost of racism and political violence, and hold the world to account. Both by the monumental scale of the tapestries and their exceptional technical prowess, John Nava and David Kassan command attention to their subject matter. On exhibit through Aug. 14. 28 West Main Street, Ventura, 805-644-9214, www.vitaartcenter.com.