As we move increasingly away from the natural world into a digital, artificial one, landscapes in art are getting more abstract and experimental. This week, di Rosa opens ‘Radical Landscapes,’
which captures this movement through the eyes of seven Bay Area artists. With works that are both complex and contemplative, landscapes have never looked so unusual; whether it’s the dystopian cityscapes of painter Robert Minervini or the large-scale photographs of Trevor Paglen, which give form to the idea of mass government surveillance. “Radical Landscapes” runs through April 3 and opens on Saturday, Feb. 6, with a reception at di Rosa, 5200 Sonoma Hwy., Napa. 4pm. Free. 707.226.5991.