Archive | October, 2012

Lisa Kokin @ Seager Gray

In delicate skeins of thread sewn to form clusters of leaves, handwritten letters and mandalas, Kokin provides potent, poignant metaphors for the cycle of life.

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Vik Muniz @ Rena Bransten

Blending Pop, Conceptual, set-up photography and appropriation, Muniz continues to operate in a realm of his own invention. His latest: pictures of shredded magazines.

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SFAI Winter Art Festival

A weekend party, art festival and month-long series of artist lectures you won’t want to miss.

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Barry McGee @ BAM

McGee and his collaborators have swarmed over the museum like a phalanx of army ants, leaving an overwhelmed and utterly transformed institution in its wake.

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Zeroing in on Zero1

Mark Van Proyen examines the history of art’s encounters with technology — as played out against the backdrop of the 2012 Zero1 Biennial.

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Roy De Forest @ Brian Gross

Pulling from aboriginal, folk and outsider art traditions, De Forest created a magical kingdom populated by eccentric characters and animals.

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