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Ed Moses
The recent passing of Ed Moses reminded curator and critic David S. Rubin how 40 years ago Moses altered his grasp of West Coast art. More...


Safwat Saleem
Safwat Saleem uses vintage magazine pics and handwritten text to fashion well designed reflections on the state of the world. More...


Nicole Anona Banowetz
You hear it before you see it. Nicole Anona Banowetz' soft sculptures are inflated by blowers, the large white forms rising up to become tubes spikes leaves, fingers, molecules--or maybe just zombie fungus. More...


Vanessa Woods
Vanessa Woods' small but fierce collages, shown along with selections by her mentor Ken Graves, are more than just an homage. More...


Refrigerated Art
Two installations, one by Mary Corse, another by Adrian Villar Rojas, employ refrigeration to interesting and divergent purpose. More than temperature, we get and enhanced sensory experience in Corse's "Cold Room"; and a vehicle for preservation of an epoch in Rojas' "Theater of disappearance. More...


“Annus Horribilis”
James Yood looks back as "a year of disaster or misfortune," the hopeful note for the art world being the current administration's indifference to it. A reproduction of Renoir's "Two Sisters" that Trump owns he refers to as an original serves as an apt metaphor. More...


“There is No Alas Where I Live”
The title of this show of nine contemporary Bay Area photographers, “There is No Alas Where I Live,” is taken from Theodore Roethke’s 1951 poem, “I Need, I Need”: “Whisper me over, / Why don’t you, begonia, / There’s no alas / Where I live.” More...


Having a Good Time?
The recent art world documentary "Blurred Lines," James Yood tells us, talks a lot about the art world, but no much about the art itself. More...


R. Luke DuBois
"A More Perfect Union" immediately references the Preamble of the Constitution and former President Barak Obama's famous March, 2008 speech on race. R. Luke DuBois' survey displays an artist capable of approaching political content with innovation and freshness. More...


Elisabeth Ajtay
The skeletons of discarded umbrellas, in the hands of Elisabeth Ajtay, become insectile robots climbing walls, daring to be swatted. More...


Edgar Heap of Birds
Protest of the commercial and cultural appropriation of sites sacred to Native Americans is the heart of Edgar Heap of Birds' painterly sentences. Read and see them, this is what conceptual art is all about. More...


Henk Pander
Henk Pander likes to reference the Dutch Old Masters, but maintains a looser if still facile style. This all-drawing show considers disasters caused by the over extension of human technology. These days these post-apocalyptic visions seem somehow less fanciful. More...


Gary Goldberg
Photographer Gary Goldberg’s large tapestries are transfers of architectural details of the facades of Mexican colonial buildings. More...


Hayley Barker
An implacable visage crowned by a floral headdress is the central image in Hayley Barker's mystical feminist totems. More...


Félix Candela
A dual citizen of Spain and Mexico, architect Felix Candela was an innovator of thin-shell concrete structures that he made remarkably light and airy. More...


Two Novels for Artists
A one time English Lit teacher, Matthew Kangas combines that ongoing interest with his primary immersion in art writing here, with a pair of recommended 20th-century novels by Virginia Woolf and Robert Plunkett that will resonate with artists and art fans. More...


Sandi Seltzer Bryant
Accumulating interesting papers in her travels led Sandi Seltzer Bryant to assemblages that hint at subjects without depicting them. More...

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