Fresh research into DeFeo’s use of photography yields new treasures. David M. Roth reports.
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An exhibition of photo-based, mixed media works show the iconic artist innovating right up to the end of her life.
A romantic influenced as much by William Blake as by Franz Kline and Renaissance art, DeFeo occupied unique and prescient position in American art. David M. Roth reports.
In her works on paper she fused manual and mechanical methods, turning one thing into another with breathtaking alacrity with results that harken back to Dada and Surrealism.
“DeFeo”, a prelude to the artist’s 2012 retrospective at SFMOMA, is a show of mostly small works that offer insight into the artist’s remarkable mind.
Two exhibitions explore the early work of a Bay Area painter and bluesman. David M. Roth reviews.
Sweeping survey shows an institution focused on diversity, equity and innovation.
A stunning exhibition of what Todd Hosfelt’s “learned So Far.”
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.
They created the first wave of Funk, and their impact, more than 50 years hence, remains far out of proportion to their size and means.
Her neo expressionist-influenced paintings of prostitutes deliver a just-the-facts approach in a realm where facts are scarce.
What does it mean to call a group of young artists a school or a movement, or even group? Renny Pritikin reports.
Like topography in an aerial photograph, the top shows of 2012 jumped right off the page. Here they are, star-dusted and ready for replay.
Critic Jeff Kelley on age and time.
Crocker retrospective spotlights two stars of the Bay Area Figurative movement. Robert Brokl reviews.
SFMOMA charts an artist’s journey from Bay Area figuration to self-mythologizing superstar.