Jang has a knack for framing decisive moments packed with details that make you look and keep on looking.
Archives for 2013
He creates cartographic mash-ups of disparate visual languages; she retools the art and architecture of ancient India.
Incorporating texts and musical scores, Picton’s fire-tinged paper sculptures present multi-layered views of urban history at pivotal junctures.
Johnson documents the quirky and creative ways humans at the fringe co-exist with nature.
artMRKT and ArtPadSF have emerged as must-see art events. Herein, a sampling of some of the highlights.
Seraj and Wallace expose the impact of U.S. foreign policy on people. Katherine Sherwood reports.
Seven Bay Area examine their relationships with Asia. The results spark a dialog with the museum’s permament collection. Sarah Hotchkiss reports.
Using primordial forms as building blocks, the artists communicate the power of cataclysmic forces and the temporal nature of human existence.
The year’s MFA grads turned in a memorable performance.
Applying the traditions of European Modernism to the American landscape, urban and rural, Pardee opens a conversation about light.
3 of the Bay Area’s most celebrated painters unite in the Capital City.
“I wanted to create an event that would capture the hearts and minds of the community and provide opportunities for new galleries and more established artists to connect with a different audience.”
“We’ve been able to build up the market in SF, introduce new blood and create an impetus to look, research and buy.”
Incisive, invasive, sometimes rude, Winogrand recorded visual relationships that made it appear as he was a human panopticon. Roger Vail reports.
Britton, a virtuoso of collage, turns two-dimensional space into landscapes into which you easily project yourself.
Taggart’s photo, video and 2-D “light sculptures” probe the always-fraught link between what we see and what we know.