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Sono Osato @ Brian Gross

Painter uses machine parts to create a personal language. David M. Roth reports.

Hi-Fructose: The First 10 Years @ Crocker Art Museum

Pop Surrealism: It's more than just doe-eyed waifs. David M. Roth reports.

Heather Wilcoxon @ Jack Fischer

Painting what it means to be unmoored and adrift. Maria Porges reports.

Summer Choices @ Crown Point Press

01 July 2017

A sampling from the Bay Area's premier press. Barbara Morris reports.

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Christian Maychack @ Gregory Lind

23 June 2017

Maychack invests his art with a quality seldom seen in abstraction: humor. David M. Roth reports.

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Andrew Hayes @ Seager Gray

18 June 2017

Andrew Hayes imbues Minimalism with a literary aura. Barbara Morris reports.

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The Sultan of Suburbia @ SFMOMA

16 June 2017

A 35-year survey of photographer Larry Sultan. Maria Porges reports.

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Markus Linnenbrink @ Patricia Sweetow

13 June 2017

Innovations in process and materials expand the boundaries of painting.

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Transcendental Tinkering: Garage Inventors @ Hosfelt

08 June 2017

Objects of wonder from Bay Area techno-wizards. Marcia Tanner reports.

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Casper Brindle @ Nancy Toomey

05 June 2017

Employing the vocabulary of Light and Space, Brindle pushes toward new territory.

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John Zurier @ Anglim Gilbert

31 May 2017

Abstraction without autographic expression? For Zurier it's all about light.

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Hung Liu @ Rena Bransten

24 May 2017

Liu summons the ghosts of Dorothea Lange.

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An Interview with Taro Hattori

20 May 2017

Can a mobile teahouse help build community? Taro Hattori intends to find out. Interview by David M. Roth

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