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Albert Herter @ Koenig & Clinton

Albert Herter, Compound Growth #2, acrylic ink, colored pencil, oil pastel, watercolor, marker on paper, Sheet: 16 x 20 in (40.6 x 50.8 cm), Frame: 19 3/4 x 23 5/8 in (48.3 x 60 cm), 2017. Albert Herter @ Koenig … Continue reading

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Spencer Keeton Cunningham

Farewell for Now: Spencer Keeton Cunningham Departs San Francisco by Matt Gonzalez Spencer Keeton Cunningham has been on the road for the last 28 months, but is back in San Francisco for a send-off show at Heron Arts, “Farewell San … Continue reading

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NICOLE LOMANGINO @STANFORD UNIVERSITY ART SPACE by Anthony Torres Now at Stanford University Art Space is the work of Nicole Lomangino, an artist whose personal translations and representations of geishas articulate a longstanding interest in Japanese art and myths. The … Continue reading

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Eva Hesse, paper collage, 9 1/2 x 6 1/8 inches (1959). Private collection. EVA HESSE AND THE COLOR COLLAGE FROM 1959 by Matt Gonzalez “Eva was a very good collagist, a great arranger; she could take anything and arrange it.” Ellen … Continue reading

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The Hetch Hetchy Valley as it looked in 1913. Photo from the archives of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. RESTORE HETCH HETCHY VALLEY, VOTE YES! ON PROPOSITION F by Matt Gonzalez A fascinating challenge facing today’s environmental movement is … Continue reading

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Crushing the Non-State! Matt Gonzalez questions Barry McGee Editors note: This interview took place at a secret location on York Street in San Francisco during 2005. Q: Let’s start off with an easy one – how would you describe your … Continue reading

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The Woman In The Photograph

What is not conscious, comes to us from outside ourselves, as if by chance. –– CARL JUNG   THE WOMAN IN THE PHOTOGRAPH Chapter One THE WALL by Mani Feniger      As a crowd of 20,000 of his countrymen implored … Continue reading

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Albert Herter

    Magic and the Link Compliment of the Borromean Rings in America by Albert Herter A salvo The Lacanian want-to-be-analyst in America is not unlike John the Baptist who when asked to identify himself said ‘I am the voice … Continue reading

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“Birth” by Ryan Zweng. THE DEATH OF POP by Ryan Zweng The world is ending, or at least the Old World is.  Let’s assume that history will paint this epoch as a crucial moment in social formation; a time when … Continue reading

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Andrew Schoultz and Paul Klee at SFMOMA

Partial installation of Images in Dialogue: Andrew Schoultz and Paul Klee. Flickr photograph by My Love For You. ANDREW SCHOULTZ AND PAUL KLEE AT SFMOMA by Matt Gonzalez Today closes an important exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern … Continue reading

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