During the brushfires of 2008-09, Youngsuk Suh photographed people in places that were engulfed in flames. What we get is a fresh spin on the New Topographics mode of photography and portrait of the American West that is true to life and a bit vexing: You can breathe the air; just don’t inhale.
Archives for June 2010
Anderson’s obsessive paper works are composed of thousands of small, geometrically shaped holes. From a distance they look like giant doilies. Up close they unfold kaleidoscopically, like fractals, revealing a virtuoso technique.
The Bay Area got a jolt of adrenaline when the SF Fine Art Fair came to town, filling 50,000 square feet of Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion with $300 million worth of art from 500+ artists represented by 80 galleries from the West Coast, New York, LA, Asia and Europe.