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Hung Liu @ Rena Bransten

Liu summons the ghosts of Dorothea Lange.

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An Interview with Taro Hattori

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

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Art of the Book @ Seager Gray

Book art as a transgressive act. David M. Roth explains.

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Ken Fandell @ Traywick

Exercises in seriality blur the perceptible difference between photography and drawing.

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Diana Al-Hadid @ San Jose Museum of Art

Sculptor uses “flow painting” techniques to re-imagine ancient architecture. David M. Roth reports.

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Matisse + Diebenkorn @ SFMOMA

A sumptuous chronicle of a captivating (albeit one-sided) relationship. Lawrence Gipe reports.

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Summer of Love @ de Young

Summer of ’67: When the “axis of cultural authority,” tilted (briefly) toward SF. John Held, Jr. reports.

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Lynn Aldrich & Sabina Ott @ Bedford

Two artists use everyday objects to break down barriers. Maria Porges reports.

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Adam Feibelman @ Guerrero

A wide-angle look at the history of migration. Tamsin Smith & Matt Gonzalez report.

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Crocker Marks 75th Anniversary of the Japanese Internment

Exhibit examines a shameful chapter of U.S. history. David M. Roth reports.

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