“Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art” at the Legion of Honor

Since its inception in 1915 by founders Adolf and Alma Spreckels to create a new art museum modeled after the French Pavilion at Panama Pacific International Exposition, which itself was a three-quarter-scaled replica of Palais de la Légion d’Honneur in Paris, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Legion of Honor’s commitment to the exhibition and preservation of European, particularly French […]

Photo Feature: Romanowski, “REC” at Luna Rienne Gallery

04.09.2014
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REC, a solo exhibition of artwork currently at Luna Rienne Gallery by self-taught San Francisco artist Romanowski is comprised of a delightful collection of assemblage work and dioramas made of recycled and reclaimed materials that reference popular music, current politics, and contemporary culture. The coordination of implemented found objects and the artist’s careful attention to their individual […]

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Call for Artists: “Real and Surreal” at Sandra Lee Gallery — Due July 16, 2014

04.07.2014
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CALL FOR ARTISTS – JURIED SHOW “Real and Surreal” – Juried Show with esteemed Dewitt Cheng, art writer for Artillery, Art Ltd, VisualArtSource.com and other publications, and Curator for Stanford Art Spaces, an exhibition program serving several university venues. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES The subject matter is at the discretion of the artist, provided it fits with the theme of […]

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“Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art” at the Legion of Honor

04.04.2014
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Since its inception in 1915 by founders Adolf and Alma Spreckels to create a new art museum modeled after the French Pavilion at Panama Pacific International Exposition, which itself was a three-quarter-scaled replica of Palais de la Légion d’Honneur in Paris, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Legion of Honor’s commitment to the exhibition and preservation of European, particularly French […]

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Axis Gallery 9th National Juried Exhibition — Due: May 24, 2014

04.03.2014

AXIS GALLERY 9th NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION   Axis Gallery is pleased to have Jenny Gheith, assistant curator of painting and sculpture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, as juror for the 9th National Juried Exhibition. The exhibition will be August 2nd through 24th with a second Saturday reception on August 9th from 6 […]

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Interview: Ana Teresa Fernández, “Foreign Bodies” at Gallery Wendi Norris

04.03.2014
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Artist Ana Teresa Fernández is in in Sao Paulo, Brazil when San Francisco Art Enthusiast talks with her about her upcoming solo exhibition, Foreign Bodies at Gallery Wendi Norris in April. Invited by Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP), the leading private art university in Brazil, and a performance group called Coletivo Pi, Fernández is creating independent work at […]

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“Wabi Sabi: Impermanence, Imperfection and the Accidental” at Alter Space

04.02.2014
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The Japanese term Wabi Sabi represents rather than defines a broadly encompassing aesthetic, which is not translated and more often paralleled with idioms or abstracted phrases, generally focuses nearer towards ideas of transience and imperfection. Like the word itself that evades clear terminology, the multiple mediums and approaches employed in the artwork in the “Wabi Sabi: Impermanence, Imperfection and […]

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