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Miya Ando’s Oborozuki (Moon Obscured by Clouds) at Nancy Toomey Fine Art

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in February 2018 Through February 17th, Miya Ando brings her dreamlike minimalist art to the Nancy Toomey Fine Art gallery located in San Francisco’s Minnesota Street Project. Pieces in the show include a new series of paintings on aluminum entitled Yoake (Dawn), ink on aluminum, called Kumo…

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Casanova: The Seduction of Europe at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in February 2018 The Legion of Honor will have on view more than 80 works of art including paintings, sculptures, works on paper, period furnishings, delicate porcelains and lavish period costumes to recreate the world of eighteenth-century Europe through the life of one of its most infamous…

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Two Thought Provoking exhibits from The Fort Mason Center –Issac Julien and Sanctuary

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in January 2018 Through February 11, The Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture brings three video installations by award-winning British artist Isaac Julien to the Bay Area.  Julien’s films explore the way capitalism and information influences people’s everyday lives. Three separate galleries will feature three films,…

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Couture Korea Fashion Exhibition at Asian Art Museum

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in December 2017 The Asian Art Museum’s Couture Korea is a history lesson through fashion.  Traditional styles weave the past into the present’s contemporary designs. The plot twists in these centuries old stories are told in changing clothing trends.  Couture Korea’s title borrows from the French to…

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Robert Rauschenberg: Erasing the Rules at SF MOMA

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in November 2017 Through March 25, 2018, the SF MOMA presents the west coast exclusive of Robert Rauschenberg: Erasing the Rules.  As one of the heavyweights of contemporary art, Rauschenberg expanded the possibilities of what defines art through his prolific career reshaping and redefining painting, sculpture, silkscreen,…

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Walker Evans at SF MOMA

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in September 2017 Walker Evans is best known as a documentarian of the Great Depression.  His photos from this era while working for the Farm Security Administration, (which, as part of the New Deal, attempted to fight rural poverty), became some of the most recognizable images from…

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Klimt & Rodin: An Exhibition Takes Us On a Journey When Two Artists Met

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in October 2017 The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco will present the first major Gustav Klimt exhibition on the west coast through January 28, 2018.  A leader of the symbolist movement, Klimt’s opulent, jewel-like surfaces came to define painting of the art nouveau era in Vienna….

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