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Gregory Euclide @ Hashimoto

Dioramas and relief paintings that probe our increasingly fraught relationship with nature.

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Robert Arneson @ Brian Gross

A clever, self-aware bundle of contradictions, Arneson, right up to the end, laughed and winced at mankind’s ultimate predicament.

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John Hundt & Camilla Newhagen @ Jack Fischer

In Hundt and Newhagen the fighting spirit of Dada is alive and well. Their work points to the extant power of irrationality.

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Video: Patrick Dougherty @ Palo Alto Art Center

Watch this video and learn how Dougherty transforms tons of sticks into architectural masterpieces that quite literally jump the nature/culture divide.

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Tony May @ SJICA

Tony May’s SJICA retrospective showcases the artist’s genius for embedding strong ideas in meticulously crafted objects that both tweak and invoke art history.

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Profile: Peter VandenBerge

There’s plenty of mystery in Peter VandenBerge’s elongated, primitive faces; but their punch comes from a distinct brand of ‘60s-era, Duchamp-influenced absurdism.

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