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She Who Tells A Story @ Cantor Arts Center Ann Weber @ Dolby Chadwick Data Clay
 

She Who Tells A Story @ Cantor Arts Center

What does it mean to be female in the Middle East? Twelve photographers offer their visions. Mark Van Proyen reports.

Ann Weber @ Dolby Chadwick

Attenuated and bulbous, open and closed, abstract and representational, Weber’s cardboard sculptures radiate unmitigated joy. Maria Porges reports.

Data Clay & Chris Eckert @ Museum of Craft and Design

The industrial revolution took production out homes and into factories. The digital revolution reclaims it for engineers and artists. Mikko Lautamo reports.

Yvette Gellis @ Toomey Tourell

24 March 2015

Urban and architectural space seen through an Abex prism.

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The Object & the Void @ Bedford Gallery

13 March 2015

4 Bay Area Sculptors probe late modernist ideas of form and space.

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Tony DeLap @ Rena Bransten Projects

05 March 2015

88 years strong , DeLap’s long been an icon in the overlapping realms of SoCal Minimalism and the Light and Space movement. This exhibit shows him in peak form.

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Nate Boyce @ YBCA

28 February 2015

His mash-ups of illusionistic space and computational simulation illuminate the frenetic contemporary mind, insistently tugged between actual space and electronic device prompts.

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David Olivant @ CSU Stanislaus

25 February 2015

Dada-inspired mash-ups capture our “no-zeitgeist” era. Mark Van Proyen reports.

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Material Matters @ Seager Gray

24 February 2015

Two shows that bridge the supposed difference between thinkers and makers.

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The Return to Reason @ Wendi Norris

17 February 2015

Five photographers re-examine the ideas of Man Ray.

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Tucker Nichols @ Gallery 16

16 February 2015

Minus the cacophony of his installations and wall works, these standalone paintings and drawings reveal a droll sense of humor and abundant invention.

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Andrea Way @ Brian Gross

11 February 2015

Set the realm of the intangible, Way’s art exemplifies Klee’s credo: “Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes visible.”

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Secondhand @ Pier 24 Photography

09 February 2015

This sprawling, ambitious, head-spinning show uses vernacular images to chart photography’s impact, from the beginning to the present.

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