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ADRIAN ROSENFELD - CASEMORE KIRKEBY
BASS & REINER - GUERRERO - HERON ARTS
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Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery: Eau de Cologne
Artists: Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Louise Lawler, Cindy Sherman, Rosemarie Trockel.
Comment by AB: This group show collaboration between Adrian Rosenfeld, Monika Spr�th and Philomene Magers represents another significant upgrade to San Francisco's burgeoning art scene. Rather than show or represent specific artists, the gallery will present ongoing collaborations with significant international dealers and galleries. Highly recommended.
Art by Rosemarie Trockel at Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery.
Wall art by Barbara Kruger, granite bench by Jenny Holzer.
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Jenny Holzer text installation.
L-R, photography by Louise Lawler & Cindy Sherman.
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Main exhibition space at Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery (like it).
Casemore Kirkeby: Anouk Kruithof - #EVIDENCE
Comment by AB: Unencumbered by tradition and inspired by Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel's 1977 book, Evidence, Anouk Kruithof sources his images from everywhere and introduces new platforms for display. Why only frame and hang them when they can be reconfigured and presented in all kinds of innovative ways? Check it out.
New ways of displaying photographs by Anouk Kruithof at Casemore Kirkeby.
Photo montage by Anouk Kruithof.
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Photographs as sculpture by Anouk Kruithof.
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Installation view - Anouk Kruithof photography show at Casemore Kirkeby.
Bass & Reiner: Whitney Lynn - After The Fall
Comment by AB: Late de Kooning meets Matisse line drawings.
Art by Whitney Lynn at Bass and Reiner.
Whitney Lynn art.
Art by Whitney Lynn.
Head count - Whitney Lynn art show at Bass & Reiner.
Guerrero Gallery: Brian Willmont / Joe Roberts
Comment by AB: Brian Willmont's got a tremendous eye for pattern and design and the skills and abilities to materialize them. I can easily see any of his works on fashion, fabrics and more. Joe Roberts enticing visionary fantasies will surely whisk you off to faraway places.
Brian Willmont and his airbrush art at Guerrero Gallery (like it).
Wall of pattern with embedded paintings by Brian Willmont.
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Raindrop composition - art by Brian Willmont.
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Imaginative art by Joe Roberts.
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Ambiance - Joe Roberts and Brian Willmont art show at Guerrero Gallery.
Heron Arts: Scott Hove - The Cakeland Fete Noir
Comment by AB: And for dessert we have Scott Hove's thick rich frosted wall art, immersive walk-in environment, and a monumental hanging chandelier (which I was unable to get a good photograph of unfortunately). The crowd is huge including a line that extends practically halfway around the block. This dude's got a following!!
Scott Hove in his walk-in cake installation at Heron Arts.
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Entrance to cake installation by Scott Hove.
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Frosting paintings by Scott Hove.
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Line out the door and around the block - Scott Hove art show at Heron Arts.