Archive | May, 2011

Christian Maychack @ Gregory Lind

Erasing the distinction between painting and sculpture, Maychack uses woven caning and wicker as a framework to create a new kind of pictorial space.

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Doug Rickard @ Stephen Wirtz

In Doug Rickard’s photos – culled from Google’s mapping service – human beings register as mistakes, causalities caught by a lens intended to record geography.

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SF’s ‘Art Mecca Weekend’: May 19-22

Can San Francisco support three art fairs — all on the same weekend? Promoters say it can. But some dealers wonder.

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Jane Rosen @ Braunstein/Quay

What is it that nature has to show us if we have the eyes to see it? And what is seeing, anyway? These are questions Rosen has explored for a long time.

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