Objects of wonder from Bay Area techno-wizards. Marcia Tanner reports.
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The 11th Gwangju Biennial
What is art supposed to do? The longest-running Biennial in Asia hazards a guess. Mark Van Proyen reports.
‘The Stand-Ins’ @ Haines
A group show of photo-based work built around the idea of surrogacy reminds us that art is long; life is short. Maria Porges reports.
Robert Frank @ Cantor Arts Center
“He sucked a big sad poem right out of America onto film.” –Jack Kerouac
55th Venice Biennial: Part II
In addition to the main events, this year’s Biennial featured 88 national pavilions and 46 collateral exhibitions. Mark Van Proyen reports.
Irmel Kamp @ Patricia Sweetow
Scouring Europe and the Mideast for surviving examples of the original Bauhaus buildings, the photographer demonstrates why those structures were revolutionary. Then and now.
Documenta! Manifesta! Monumenta!
Mark Van Proyen reports on the year’s (and maybe the decade’s) most closely watched art events.
Jay DeFeo @ Hosfelt
“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.
Deborah Oropallo @ Gallery 16
In the gender-confused universe of Deborah Oropallo, nothing is real and everything is permitted. Her reworking of Internet images suits an era in which personal identity is reinvented on-the-fly.