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SF MOMA and the Exclusive US Retrospective of Visionary Artist Nam June Paik

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in June 2021 SF MOMA and the Exclusive US Retrospective of Visionary Artist Nam June Paik Nam June Paik has been a ubiquitous cultural presence for decades. If you know the expression “electronic superhighway”, you already know Paik, who is credited for coining that expression in 1974. …

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The Museum of Craft and Design take on the information age in Imagining Data

  Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in May 2021 In an ambitious virtual exhibition, The Museum of Craft and Design is presenting information as visual poetry interpreted by an international group of artists. Imagining Data shapes this subject matter into four categories:  Natural and environmental conditions, personal biometrics, communal movement and randomized content. Data…

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SFAI 150 | A Spirit of Disruption

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in April 2021 SFAI 150 | A Spirit of Disruption In celebration of its 150th anniversary, the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) presents A Spirit of Disruption.  This exhibition, on view through July 3, 2021, reflects on the schools’ history and the influence of its students on the world…

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Calder and Picasso – Modern Giants Meet at the de Young

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in March 2021 Modern Giants Meet at the de Young Two of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso, will be together in a comparative exhibit for the first time in history.  In a visual conversation consisting of more than 100 paintings,…

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Photographer and Documentarian Margaret Cheatham Williams Premieres Her New Gallery Space Moxie’s Daughter

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco February 2021 edition Photographer and Documentarian Margaret Cheatham Williams Premieres Her New Gallery Space Moxie’s Daughter “I have faith that art is unwavering – and ‘essential’, the word of 2020!” Opening a gallery in 2021 is indeed a bold leap of faith.  Margaret Cheatham Williams is bringing…

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SFAI’s free online life drawing sessions forall ages are a great stay at home solution

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in January 2021 Charcoal, conte crayons, graphite sticks, pencil and paper are all you need to participate in the San Francisco Art Institute’s free Virtual Open Drawing Studio. Stay at Home Extended As California’s stay at home orders are extended, SFAI’s City Studio program is presenting to…

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“On The Edge” with Bay Area Artists at The de Young Open

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in December 2020 Celebrating its 125th year anniversary in 2020, the de Young Museum presents The de Young Open through January 3, 2021.  The exhibit continues the museum’s long-standing tradition of engaging the talent of artists in the bay area.   This juried exhibition selected 762 artists with…

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David Park: A Retrospective at the Newly Reopened SF MOMA

Originally published in The Marina Times San Francisco in November 2020 In the 1940’s, Abstract Expressionism was an American painting movement that grew to have a global influence on the visual arts.  During that same period, David Park filled his Ford with his own Abstract Expressionist canvases and abandoned them at a city dump.  Making…

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