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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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Sophie Calle “Missing” Comes to the San Francisco Waterfront This Summer

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in July 2017 Through August 20, 2017, French conceptual artist Sophie Calle brings her installation “Missing” to San Francisco. This exhibition, presented by the Fort Mason Center for the Arts & Culture, will be her most extensive to date in the United States. Missing follows the themes…

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The Art of Eyvind Earle at the Walt Disney Family Museum

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in May 2017 From May 18th through January 8, 2018, The Walt Disney Family Museum presents Awakening Beauty: The Art of Eyvind Earle. Best known as the lead stylist for Walt Disney’s classic film Sleeping Beauty (1959) and for concept art that shaped Disney favorites Lady and…

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Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed at SFMOMA

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in June 2017 Self Portrait: Between the Clock and The Bed is a work conceived by Symbolist painter Edvard Munch between 1940 and 1943. A gaunt figure stares ahead absorbed in thought while standing between the comfort of his bed and a grandfather clock hiding behind the…

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The Summer of Love Turns 50 at the de Young

Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in April 2017 Art, fashion and rock and roll come together at the de Young to commemorate the 50th anniversary celebration of San Francisco’s most vibrant counterculture moment – the summer of 1967. This era’s story will be told with more than 300 cultural artifacts including iconic…

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