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Charline von Heyl @ Crown Point Press

“Lyrical passages of swooning paint interrupted by flat-footed blocks of pigment and shorn tumorous appendages.” Julia Couzens reports.

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Reed Anderson @ Gallery 16

The rich materiality of Anderson’s work on paper accrues its presence through an accumulation of acts.

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Robert Frank @ Cantor Arts Center

“He sucked a big sad poem right out of America onto film.” –Jack Kerouac

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Don Voisine and Cary Smith @ Gregory Lind

Two approaches to abstraction, each calibrated for bodily and cerebral impact.

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Tam Van Tran @ Anthony Meier

Working at the edge of chaos, Tran’s investigations recall the strategies of avant-garde art forms of the mid-1960s.

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Richard Shaw @ b. sakata garo

His blend of trompe-l’oeil and photorealism continues to fascinate by confusing the fake and the real.

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Arnold Newman @ Contemporary Jewish Museum

He integrated modernist ideas about painting into photographic portraiture, making pictures of artists that are iconic.

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10th Gwangju Biennial

Asia’s oldest, largest and most prestigious international art biennial delivers on its promise. Mark Van Proyen reports.

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Joan Broan & Katherine Sherwood @ Paule Anglim

Iconic Bay Area painters whose work embodies the tug-o-war between abstraction and representation.

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Unmasked @ MACLA

The superhero — from a Latino perspective.

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