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FRAENKEL - SF CAMERAWORK - ALTMAN SIEGEL
ADRIAN ROSENFELD - CCA MFA
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Fraenkel Gallery: Elisheva Biernoff - Paintings
Comment by AB: Amazingly accurate paintings of found photographs faithfully replicate the originals in size, color and every last detail. Definite must see.
Painting of a found photograph by Elisheva Biernoff at Fraenkel Gallery.
Art by Elisheva Biernoff - exact painted replica of a found photograph.
Elisheva Biernoff fields questions from the fan base at Fraenkel Gallery.
Painting of a found photograph by Elisheva Biernoff.
How Elisheva Biernoff's paintings are displayed.
Ambiance - Elisheva Biernoff art show at Fraenkel Gallery.
SF Camerawork: Steve Cagan - Working Pictures
Comment by AB: Steve Cagan has been chronicling the working class, labor issues, the decline of industry, political strife, activist issues and more-- the world over and for half a century. Plenty to see and appreciate here.
Cleveland steel mills in decline - Steve Cagan photography.
Photograph in above image closer at SF Camerawork.
Steve Cagan and his photographs at SF Camerawork.
Photographs of workers by Steve Cagan.
Politics in Nicaragua - photography by Steve Cagan.
Overview - Steve Cagan photography retrospective at SF Camerawork.
Altman Siegel Gallery: Emily Wardill - It's not what it looks like
Comment by AB: US premier of the artist's mysteriously mesmerizing film, " I Gave My Love a Cherry That Had no Stone" (2016). Related artworks are also on exhibit. Go see.
Film by Emily Wardill at Altman Siegel Gallery.
Emily Wardill film premier.
Another still from film by Emily Wardill.
Cast of a shirt by Emily Wardill displayed on a wall.
Text art by Emily Wardill.
Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery: Francis Picabia and Sigmar Polke
Art by Francis Picabia and Sigmar Polke at Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery.
Sigmar Polke art in above image closer.
Francis Picabia art in top image closer.
Painting by Francis Picabia.
Francis Picabia drawing up close.
Perspective - Francis Picabia & Sigmar Polke at Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery.
California College of Arts: 2017 Commencement Exhibition
Comment by AB: Annual MFA and BFA shows combined. Just showing MFAs here. CCA only allows limited works of art by each artist so there's no real way to gage the scope of their abilities. Informative nonetheless.
Installation by Maggs Dao Hanson at CCA MFA 2017 show.
Photometric sculptures by Robert Sieg up close.
Kevin Valor and his photographs of discarded objects.
Art by Lingjiang Li (sorta like it).
Digital image by Richard-Jonathan Nelson.
Photography by Megan Kung (kinda like it).
Exceptionally rigorous art by Hadley Radt.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Painting by Charmaine Huanying Koh.
Sculpture by Madeline Cunningham.
Long view - CCA MFA/BFA 2017 exhibition.