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Mirus Gallery: Versailles Now
Artists: Knowledge Bennett, Micah Crandall-Bear, Peter Gronquist, Kip Omolade, Lyle Owerko, Chris (Christopher) Schulz, Victor Solomon, Nathan Wong, Elizabeth Waggett.
Comment by AB: Two-week pop-up show c/o Joseph Gross Gallery.
Kip Omolade art at Mirus Gallery.
The church of hoops - sculpture by Victor Solomon.
Sculpture by Chris Schulz up close.
Boombox bonanza - limited edition giclee prints by Lyle Owerko.
Geometric abstraction art by Micah Crandall-Bear.
Demographics - Mirus Gallery group show with Peter Gronquist art, right.
Capital Gallery: Oomingmak. Curated by Misako and Rosen + Project. David Berezin in the Project Space
Artists: Shimon Minamikawa, Margaret Lee, Daan van Golden, Yuki Okumura, Mark Roeder
Comment by AB: How can artists make art that satisfies them as well as the viewers? See answers to that question here. In the project room, David Berezin does a video eclipse on the American flag.
Eclipsed flag video by David Berezin at Capital Gallery.
Shell painting by Mark Roeder creeps just over the top of the panel (like).
Sculpture painting combination by Shimon Minamikawa.
Daan Van Golden found image art.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Works on paper by Margaret Lee at Capital Gallery.
Atelier Contakos: Peter Bogardus - Places of Reverence, Images of Africa
Comment by AB: Peter Bogardus visits and documents remote spiritual locations in Africa where peace prevails above all and the travails of the world do not exist. He prints his large-format film camera images as stand-alone photogravures and in limited edition books. Good show.
"Places of Reverence" - photogravure by Peter Bogardus at Atelier Contakos.
Wall of photogravures by Peter Bogardus.
Peter Bogardus and his art in above image closer.
Photography by Peter Bogardus up close.
Limited edition privately printed book by Peter Bogardus.
More examples of photographic printing by Peter Bogardus.
The Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco: Anette Paredes
Comment by AB: Anette Paredes interviews immigrants who now live in America about what they do to preserve their heritage, and commemorates the experiences in a series of stitched mixed-media portrait grids.
Mixed-media portrait collages by Anette Paredes at the Mexican Consulate.
Art in above image closer.
Portrait collage in top image closer.
Anette Paredes and her art at The Consulate General of Mexico in SF.
Sewn collaged portrait art in above image closer.
Circumstance - Anette Paredes art show at the Mexican Consulate.