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Brian Gross Fine Art: Man of Our Times - Drawings by Roy De Forest
Comment by AB: Classic California Funk at it's finest. Always worth seeing.
Art by Roy De Forest at Brian Gross Fine Art.
Roy De Forest classic California Funk art and frame.
Pinkie cam detail of finial in above image.
Art and frame by Roy De Forest - yep, it's a two-fer.
Art and frames by Roy De Forest.
Installation view - Roy De Forest works on paper at Brian Gross Fine Art.
Hosfelt Gallery: Garage Inventors
Artists: Nam June Paik, Alan Rath, Jim Campbell, Tim Hawkinson, Gail Wight, Charles Lindsay, Rachel Sussman,
Comment by AB: This art-meets-technology extravaganza features an elaborate glass-encased contraption by Charles Lindsay that incorporates a restored vintage missile guidance system purchased for $800 on eBay, flirting armatures by Alan Rath, a musical bike chassis by Tim Hawkinson, a wrap-around timeline of everything by Rachel Sussman, and more. This show's a yes.
TV art by Nam June Paik at Hosfelt Gallery.
Kinetic armature sculpture by Alan Rath.
Charles Lindsay and his kinetic assemblage at Hosfelt Gallery.
Music-making velocipede chassis by Tim Hawkinson.
Alan Rath art.
Jim Campbell surveillance art featuring me on TV.
Timeline art by Rachel Sussman at Hosfelt Gallery.
Rena Bransten Gallery: Hung Liu - Promised Land
Comment by AB: Hung Liu revisits The Great Depression of the 1930s and the universality of the era in terms of migration, immigration and displacement. Good show; go see.
Art recalling The Great Depression by Hung Liu at Rena Bransten Gallery.
Depression Era imagery - art by Hung Liu.
Hung Liu art.
Art by Hung Liu.
Hung Liu art.
Ambiance - Hung Liu art show at Rena Bransten Gallery.
Eleanor Harwood Gallery: Manny Prieres - Meet in the Place Where There is No Darkness
Comment by AB: Banned books and albums that incite rendered in blacks, and a page-by-page overlay commentary on printing history. Stop on by.
Manny Prieres and his art at Eleanor Harwood Gallery.
Black banned book sculptural art by Manny Prieres up close.
Book page overlays by Manny Prieres.
Influential albums in art by Manny Prieres.
Banned book art by Manny Prieres up close.
Installation view - Manny Prieres art show at Eleanor Harwood Gallery.
Nancy Toomey Fine Art: Casper Brindle - Light and Space Divisible
Comment by AB: Gaze off into the distance and soothe away your day.
Casper Brindle and his cool blue calming art at Nancy Toomey Fine Art.
Pinkie cam detail of automotive paint surface in above art.
Art by Casper Brindle.
Casper Brindle art.
Euqinom Projects: Tabitha Soren - Surface Tension; Mona Kuhn - The First Chapter.
Comment by AB: Tabitha Soren waxes conceptually archaeological, presenting cellphone surface swipes, smudges and smears as historical documents while Mona Kuhn captures moments of intimate innocence. Worthy on both counts.
Cellphone surface photography by Tabitha Soren at Euqinom Projects.
Photographs by Tabitha Soren.
Tabitha Soren and her print-smudged photography at Euqinom Projects.
Photographs by Tabitha Soren.
Tabitha Soren photography.
Mona Kuhn photograph at Euqinom Projects.
Photography by Mona Kuhn.
Mona Kuhn photographs of innocent intimate moments.
Demographics - Mona Kuhn & Tabitha Soren photography at Euqinom Projects.
Minnesota Street Project: Chris Sollars - White on Red
Comment by AB: Chris Sollars makes miscellaneous red caps great again.
Chris Sollars and his art at Minnesota Street Projects.
Alter Space: Koak - Bathers
Comment by AB: Perspectives on bathing, from erotic to apocalyptic and everything in between.
Art about bathing by Koak at Alter Space.
Fun in the tub art by Koak.
Koak and her art at Alter Space.
Unsettling art by Koak.
Bathing in the glow of a mushroom cloud - art by Koak.
Overview - Koak art show at Alter Space.
Hashimoto Contemporary: Lush Life.
Artists: John Brophy, Laurie Lee Brom, Peter Ferguson, Laurie Hogin, Jeff Jacobson, Travis Louie, Tyler Thrasher, Redd Walitzski.
Comment by AB: Group show curated by Kirsten Andersen, former director of Seattle's Roq La Rue, which closed in 2016 after a great 18-year run.
Art by Laurie Hogin at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Travis Louie art - always good.
Art by John Brophy.
Dark dodo in the kitchen art by Peter Ferguson.
Spoke Art Gallery: Tondo
Artists: Peter Adamyan, Bagger43, Jonathan Bergeron, Robert Bowen, Brandon Boyd, Stephanie Brown, Bumblebee, Adam Caldwell, Sandi Calistro, John Casey, Peter Chan, Damian Chavez, Nomi Chi, Dan Christofferson, Charles Clary, Cannon Dill, Dulk, Jason Edmiston, Jayde Fish, Jeremy Fish, Greg Gandy, Sergio Garcia, Frank Gonzales, Greg Gossel, Serge Gay Jr., Happy D, Evan B Harris, Brandon Holt, Christine Hostetler, Zoe Keller, Caia Koopman, Alex Louisa, Cathy Lu, Ryan Malley, Jen Mann, Jeremy Mann, Caitlin McCormack, Meggs, Jose Mertz, Nadezda, Joanne Nam, Reuben Negron, Nicomi Nix Turner, Chelsea O'Byrne, Meryl Pataky, Daryll Peirce, Relm, Matt Ritchie, Jessica So Ren Tang, Amy Sol, Kevin Earl Taylor, Henrik Uldalen, Roos Vandervliet, Wiley Wallace, Helice Wen, Alex Yanes, Lauren YS, Kate Zambrano.
Comment by AB: Group show of round art by gobs of accomplished artists.
Giant Giants ashtray art by Sergio Garcia at Spoke Art Gallery.
Cannon Dill pattern art.
Clockwise from UR, art by John Casey, Jeremy Fish, Bagger43,
Wiley Wallace, Daryll Peirce.
Jayde Fish art.
L-R, art by Greg Gandy and Peter Adamyan.
Relative density - group show of round art at Spoke Art Gallery.