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Leave it to L.A. tastemaker Bruce Hainley to make Jean Rhys's stark 1939 novel about a depressed young woman in post–World War I Paris the subject of a summer show—not to mention one full of California artists not exactly known for brooding existentialism. Up-and-comers like Brian Calvin and Lisa Lapinski rub elbows with Jasper Johns and Sturtevant; Hainley says it's about "the rapidity with which one thing, form, or action becomes another." Call it a refreshing change of pace.