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Eva Bovenzi @ Transmission

Her art speaks of “the implacability in nature, its sheer, relentless persistence and its beauty, no matter what we humans might do.”

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Francis Cape @ SFAI

Cape’s “social sculpture” highlights the aesthetic sense and communal leanings of America’s earliest utopians.

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Wilcoxon & Fitzpatrick @ Jack Fischer

Spontaneity and calculation, fantasy and fact alternate in this show of Neo Expressionism and 2nd-gen Chicago Imagism.

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William T. Wiley @ Hosfelt

With stream-of-consciousness writing and drawing, Wiley continues to map the arguments that take place inside his head.

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David Wetzl @ JayJay

Chaotic cocktails of representation and abstraction, Wetzl’s works suggest that every stage of human history exists in the present.

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Sam Francis @ Crocker Art Museum

This 50-year retrospective, drawn from California collections, takes the measure of one of Abstract Expressionism’s true giants.

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Syjuco & Pinkusevich @ Recology

What is garbage? What is wealth? Recology’s artists-in-residence dig deep for answers.

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Proximities 3 @ Asian Art Museum

The cycle of commerce between Asia and the rest of the world is the focus of the 3rd installment of this series. Sarah Hotchkiss reports.

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Chris Fraser @ Highlight

The default mode of human perception is oversimplification. Fraser’s art reveals the strange consequences.

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Terry Berlier @ SJICA

Low-end tinkering and high-technology combine in kinetic sculpture for a seriocomic view of what’s ailing Planet Earth.

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