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Fred Martin and Friends in the Fifties
In a recent interview with the San Francisco Chronicle’s Kimberly Chun, longtime Bay Area painter Fred Martin described his role as “basically, a builder. A builder of the community of artists.” More...


Modernism in the Northwest
"Modernism in the Pacific Northwest" presents a canon of greatest hits with new accessions bound to become iconic pictures themselves. More...


Eric Fischl
Eric Fischl's impulsively provocative approach to figurative art can be seen in these watercolors and sculptures. What surprises is that to a great degree this turns out to be inadvertent. More...


Corinne Chaix
In "Submerged" surrealist Corinne Chaix draws your attention to a topsy-turvy world right around the corner. More...


Marc Dombrosky
In a provocatively divided show Marc Dombrosky embroiders discarded handwritten notes; and crafts sculptures that are sly and hilarious. More...


Rex Brandt
Rex Brandt specialized in watercolors and California light. This retrospective revives our appreciation for his obsessive interest in sea and sun, refreshing what we tend to take for granted. More...


Josef Hoflenhner
Maho Beach on the island of St. Martin in the Caribbean is positioned adjacent to an airport. Josef Hoflenher does the rest. More...


Matthew Rolston
Originally a Warhol protégé who is regarded as a leading Hollywood glamour photographer, Matthew Rolston's "Talking Heads" are emotionally resonant portraits of ventriloquists' dummies. More...


"Parallel Myths"
The figure is a point of reference for the four artists in the exhibition "Parallel Myths," but each has their own distinctive result. More...


Sullied by Celebrity
Celebrities who engage in visual art do themselves a disservice when they dabble and galleries that should know better indulge their lust for that celebrity. Indeed, celebrity is today smothering art, flattening high and low into a mindless sameness. More...


Guide for the Art-Perplexed
In his short, readable essays, John Seed shows that thoughtful opinions and common sense still have a vital role in art discourse. More...


Terrell James 
Terrell James' "Box Drawings" stand out among the jauntily rhythmic compositions that integrate foreground and background. More...


''The 1960s Revisited''
Historical revisionism in 'The 1960s Revisited' proposes that the breadth of experimentation was much wider than our historical orthodoxy would have us believe. More...


Dimitri Kozyrev
Landscape painting often evokes quietness, stillness; bringing solitary contemplation onto a distant horizon. In the hands of More...

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