Artists interject sound to better understand nature. George Philip LeBourdais reports.
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Walker takes viewers on spiritual journey by exposing his vulnerability before nature. Mikko Lautamo reports.
Alone in the desert, a video/performance artist aims at communicating the ineffable.
Robert Atkins recounts his 40-year friendship with the late artist/activist.
From Boulder to LA, Roland Reiss and his progeny cut a wide swath. Three recent Southern California shows – two from Reiss and one from his former students and colleagues – demonstrate the impact of one of LA’s most revered artists and instructors.
Richard Gilles’ photo aren’t just about our wrecked economy. They document the void that exists between cities, suburbs, mountains and farmland.
The most ambitious music video installation ever? Justin Manley makes the case.
A show curated by Rirkrit Tiravanija explores food — and the globalization of the food supply. Mikko Lautamo reviews.
A look behind temporary public spaces – including SFAI’s Walter and McBean Galleries.
Wilderness now exists only through acts of human beneficence. Three Bay Area artists examine this state of affairs.
From the sublime to the ridiculous and from failed comedy to philosophical musings on nature, BAN6 presents a scatter shot but compelling view of Bay Area art.
Exposing the underbelly of America’s slick facade. George Philip LeBourdais reports.
From a tumultuous year…the best exhibitions.
A retrospective for the quintessential San Francisco artist. Mark Van Proyen reports.
He integrated modernist ideas about painting into photographic portraiture, making pictures of artists that are iconic.
Here are some of Squarecylinder’s favorite shows from the past year, ordered without regard to rank or relative value, just overall goodness worth a backward glance.