He creates cartographic mash-ups of disparate visual languages; she retools the art and architecture of ancient India.
Archives for June 2013
Matthew Picton @ Toomey Tourell
Incorporating texts and musical scores, Picton’s fire-tinged paper sculptures present multi-layered views of urban history at pivotal junctures.
Eirik Johnson @ Rena Bransten
Johnson documents the quirky and creative ways humans at the fringe co-exist with nature.
SF Art Fair Report
artMRKT and ArtPadSF have emerged as must-see art events. Herein, a sampling of some of the highlights.
Seraj & Wallace @ Martina Johnston and Royal Nonesuch
Seraj and Wallace expose the impact of U.S. foreign policy on people. Katherine Sherwood reports.
Proximities 1 @ Asian Art Museum
Seven Bay Area examine their relationships with Asia. The results spark a dialog with the museum’s permament collection. Sarah Hotchkiss reports.
Ian Harvey & Koo Kyung Sook @ JAYJAY
Using primordial forms as building blocks, the artists communicate the power of cataclysmic forces and the temporal nature of human existence.