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Paul Kos @ di Rosa

Kos took a lower-key approach than did his peers, the result being conceptual art at its most poetic.

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Scratches, Spit and Vinegar @ Crown Point Press

Ed Ruscha curates an all-star show that puts the range of etching’s possibilities on view. Maria Porges reports.

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Stas Orlovski @ Traywick

Dreams, memory, fetish and fantasy are examined through a Victorian/postmodern lens. Julia Couzens reports.

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Tom Burckhardt @ Gregory Lind

Guided by process discoveries, Burckhardt reworks modernist tropes and tribal iconography into fresh visions.

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Mark Van Proyen on the New SFMOMA

After a 3-year Hiatus SFMOMA reopens with the 10-story Snøhetta addition — home to the Fisher Collection and more.

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Diebenkorn & Hopper @ Cantor

Diebenkorn’s sketchbooks offer a link to an early influence: Edward Hopper. Lawrence Gipe reports.

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Penny Olson @ Chandra Cerrito

Olson strips digital photos down to their essences. Mikko Lautamo reports.

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Misrach & Galindo @ San Jose Museum of Art

Borderlines: Images and sounds mix the tragic and the inscrutable. Patricia Albers reports

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Maria Porges @ Seager Gray

“Shortest Stories and Exhortations” treats the line between adulthood and childhood as a permeable membrane.

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These American Lives @ Rena Bransten

A critical, panoramic view of the past century.

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