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RATIO 3 - CAPITAL - JACK FISCHER
DON SOKER - JUAN R FUENTES - HERON ARTS
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Ratio 3 Gallery: Ryan McGinley - Paradiso
Comment by AB: Arcadian images of nudes in landscapes by Ryan McGinley suggest an idyllic existence where all is well. For those of you playing the home game, the photographs were taken in Upstate New York during the fall/winter transition.
Photograph by Ryan McGinley at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Ryan McGinley photography up close.
Installation view - Ryan McGinley photography show.
Photograph in above image closer.
Nude in a fall landscape - photograph by Ryan McGinley.
Attendance figures - Ryan McGinley photography show at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Capital Gallery: Rainen Knecht - Attitude Problem
Comment by AB: "The dark psychology of female figures and animals." Unsettling indeed.
Unsettling art by Rainen Knecht at Capital Gallery.
Art by Rainen Knecht up close.
Psychological studies in paint by Rainen Knecht.
Rainen Knecht dark-side art.
Horses have issues too - art by Rainen Knecht.
Head count - Rainen Knecht art show at Capital Gallery.
Jack Fischer Gallery: Vanessa Woods - somewhere between here and there
Comment by AB: Exquisite small-format collages with narratives as odd as odd can be. Good show. Worth a visit.
Vanessa Woods and her collage art at Jack Fischer Gallery.
Collage by Vanessa Woods up close.
Vanessa Woods collage up close.
Installation view - Vanessa Woods art show at Jack Fischer Gallery.
Don Soker Gallery: Elisabeth Ajtay - Variations
Comment by AB: Found broken umbrellas are reduced to their skeletons and combined with electrical wire to form spider-like sculptures. Check 'em out.
Umbrella and wire sculpture by Elisabeth Ajtay at Don Soker Gallery.
Life after rain. Sculpture by Elisabeth Ajtay.
Umbrella sculpture photograph by Elisabeth Ajtay (kinda like it).
Elisabeth Ajtay and her sculpture at Don Soker Gallery.
Sculpture in above image from the side.
Umbrella skeleton photograph by Elisabeth Ajtay.
Juan R Fuentes Gallery: Local Stories - Photos of San Francisco by Ted Pushinsky
Comment by AB: Take a trip back to San Francisco of the 1970s and early 80s through the street-photographer eyes of Ted Pushinsky. Our city sure ain't what it used to be; you realize that in an instant. Very sad to say that Ted lost his battle with cancer only a few days after the show opened. RIP Ted. You will be dearly and deeply missed.
Vintage Mission District photograph by Ted Pushinsky at Juan R Fuentes Gallery.
Out on the avenues - Ted Pushinsky photography.
Pre-tech San Francisco - Ted Pushinsky photography.
Vintage Mission District street life - photograph by Ted Pushinsky
Life in the Mission District captured by Ted Pushinsky.
Relative density - Ted Pushinsky photo show at Juan R Fuentes Gallery.
Heron Arts: Analysis - Hush
Comment by AB: A combination opening for new works and an installation by Hush as well as an afterparty for the Untitled Art Fair.
Entrance to Heron Arts - large art by Hush.
Urban mandala art by Hush.
Art by Hush at Heron Arts.