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Web on the Wall @ Robert Koch A Virtual Boulevard in Sacramento Mark Emerson   Tom Leaver @ JayJay
 

Web on the Wall @ Robert Koch

What does the future of photography look like? You're already staring at it. It’s the Internet.

A Virtual Boulevard in Sacramento

Augmented Reality suspends gravity, motion and building codes. A 12-block urban installation demonstrates.

Mark Emerson + Tom Leaver @ JayJay

With a polyrhythmic approach to composition, Emerson bends the space within the frame. Leaver's paintings conjure visions rooted in 19th century Romanticism.

Jim Campbell @ Hosfelt

01 October 2014

Low-res video images projected onto walls and resin reliefs produce near-mystical experiences.

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Robb Putnam @ Rena Bransten Projects

27 September 2014

Poised between ominous children’s toys and sophisticated constructions, Putnam’s work elicits humor, pathos, repulsion and play.

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Guy Overfelt @ Evergold

21 September 2014

Overfelt's hopped up Trans Am awakens the speed-crazed teenager in all of us, while warning of the consequences of unquenched consumption.

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Clem Crosby @ George Lawson

19 September 2014

The apparent off-hand ease in Crosby’s entanglements of line shows his skill and rigor as a painter.

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Barbara Takenaga @ Gregory Lind

18 September 2014

Her glowing cosmic iconography puts a fresh spin on notions of the “New Sublime”

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Annabeth Rosen @ Paule Anglim

16 September 2014

With an energy that “hovers between joy and rage” Rosen continues to stretch the boundaries of ceramic sculpture.

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Lauren DiCioccio @ Jack Fischer

14 September 2014

Mixing Surrealism and Dadaism her textile-based sculptures seduce by summoning contradictory associations.

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Ruth Pastine @ Brian Gross

10 September 2014

Pastine's paintings turn the human body into a tuning fork, and the gallery into a vivid sensorium.

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Renny Pritikin on CJM’s Future: An Interview

20 August 2014

A preview of what's ahead for CJM -- from one of SF's most esteemed curators.

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Alicia McCarthy & Jenny Sharaf @ Johansson

10 August 2014

McCarthy’s paintings appear ad hoc, but are carefully considered. Sharaf’s are gawky accretions of preppy color, barely but bravely held in coherence.

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