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2012: Year in Review

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.

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‘Mechanisms’ @ The Wattis Institute

An wide-ranging look at the mechanisms that govern human life. Glen Helfand reports.

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Lynn Aldrich & Sabina Ott @ Bedford

Two artists use everyday objects to break down barriers. Maria Porges reports.

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Mark Van Proyen on Bruce Conner’s ‘It’s All True’

A retrospective for the quintessential San Francisco artist. Mark Van Proyen reports.

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Amy Ellingson: Chopping Wood on the Astral Plane

The distance between concept and execution, says the artist, is what makes a painting “a contemporary object.”

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Best of 2015

A rundown of the the most memorable exhibits of 2015, including J.M.W. Turner, Robert Hudson, All Farrow, Jay DeFeo and more.

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Andrew Hayes @ Seager Gray

Hayes builds a visual language that is rooted in the past, but utterly unique. David M. Roth reports.

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Retrospective: the Paule Anglim Memorial Exhibition

A sampling from a massively influential career and, quite possibly, the most important show you’ll see in 2015.

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Bruce Conner @ SJICA

Works on paper illuminate important facets of this massively influential SF artist’s career.

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Gordon Onslow-Ford @ Weinstein

He created works that transcended self-consciousness to reveal a world of pure spirit. Mark Van Proyen reports on this superbly chosen retrospective.

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