Archive | October, 2013

Sight Vision: The Beat Era @ Gallery Paule Anglim

They created the first wave of Funk, and their impact, more than 50 years hence, remains far out of proportion to their size and means.

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Monica Lundy @ Toomey Tourell

Her neo expressionist-influenced paintings of prostitutes deliver a just-the-facts approach in a realm where facts are scarce.

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Jane Rosen @ Seager Gray

Rosen and Hollingsworth use the alchemy of glass casting to evoke things beyond what meets the eye.

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Proximities 2 @ Asian Art Museum

Seven Bay Area artists examine Asia, with a focus on family, legacy and shared experiences. Sarah Hotchkiss reports.

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Michael Stevens & Suzanne Adan @ JAYJAY

Stevens builds a Howdy Doody-meets-Hitchcock universe. Adan creates psychological puzzles out of cartoon characters and Surrealist iconography.

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Shelter and Habitat in Contemporary Art @ Bedford Gallery

Artists from across the U.S. comment on the environment, urban and suburban myths, design and consumption.

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David Maisel @ Haines

His images of toxic mining sites reflect the grimmest aspects of human culture – beautifully and with magisterial pictorial strength.

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