Tag Archive | "David M. Roth"

Bolles & Westerhout @ SFMOMA Artists Gallery

The success of this unlikely pairing shows what can happen when inspired curatorial vision bridges the divide we sometimes erect between media.

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John Hundt & Camilla Newhagen @ Jack Fischer

In Hundt and Newhagen the fighting spirit of Dada is alive and well. Their work points to the extant power of irrationality.

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A ‘High Society’ Conversation with Robyn Twomey

Photojournalist Robyn Twomey covered the medical marijuana industry. The patients, she found, were the real story.

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Gottfried Helnwein @ The Crocker Art Museum

Gottfried Helnwein’s paintings and photographs tackle the persistence of evil and the cruelties perpetrated by humans against each other.

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Alex Couwenberg @ Andrea Schwartz

Couwenberg mixes the spatial ambiguity of cyberspace with the disorienting angularity of Cubo Futurism — recasting the Southern California landscape as a mind-bending interior experience.

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Tony May @ SJICA

Tony May’s SJICA retrospective showcases the artist’s genius for embedding strong ideas in meticulously crafted objects that both tweak and invoke art history.

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Chris Daubert @ Blue Line

Action/reaction is the governing principle in this interactive light-and-sound installation in which the audience is both instigator and spectator.

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Robert Ortbal @ JAYJAY

Robert Ortbal’s sculptures explore essences. Not actual essences, as in molecular structures, but unfathomable things: like the physical structure of smells as they exist in psychological, emotional and sensory space.

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Artist Profile: Robert Brady

Whether scouring the desert, reading about tribal art or traveling in foreign lands, Bob Brady has always had a knack for creatively re-purposing objects, ideas and experiences.

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Linda Geary @ Rena Bransten

In the Bay Area, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more exuberant, more imaginative painter than Linda Geary. Using oil, watercolor and spray paint, Geary has charted new frontiers in biomorphic abstraction.

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