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ANGLIM GILBERT - ANTON KERN/ANDREW KREPS
JACK FISCHER - MINNESOTA STREET PROJECT
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Anglim Gilbert Gallery at MSP: Joan Brown - Presence Known
Comment by AB: Wonderful whimsical heroines by Joan Brown presented as full figures, portraits, abstracts, and anatomical partials. Nobody paints quite like her. Always worth a visit.
Art by Joan Brown at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Joan Brown art.
Heroine art by Joan Brown (like it).
Portrait sculpture by Joan Brown (left).
Art by Joan Brown (like it).
Long view - Joan Brown art show at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Anton Kern/Andrew Kreps Gallery at MSP: Collaborative Exhibition
Artists: Ricci Albenda, Andrea Bowers, Anne Collier, Roe Ethridge, Mark Grotjahn, Eberhard Havekost, Goshka Macuga, Chris Martin, Matthew Monahan, Robert Overby, Wilhelm Sasnal, Michael E. Smith, Hito Steyerl, Padraig Timoney, Erika Verzutti, and Pae White.
Comment by AB: San Francisco is treated to a quality taste of New York Art.
Art by Andrea Bowers at Anton Kern/Andrew Kreps Gallery.
Ricci Albenda like art.
Group show at Anton Kern/Andrew Kreps Gallery.
Installation view. Group art show at Anton Kern/Andrew Kreps Gallery.
Jack Fischer Gallery at MSP: Alice Raymond - Ready to Go
Leaning art by Alice Raymond at Jack Fischer Gallery. Or maybe propped up?
Alice Raymond and her art.
Art by Alice Raymond.
Long view - Alice Raymond art show at Jack Fischer Gallery.
Minnesota Street Project: Hito Steyerl - How Not to be Seen, A F**king Didactic Educational .MOV File
Comment by AB: Berlin artist Hito Steyerl insightfully theorizes in video and sculptural installation on ways to evade detection in the all-information-is-available-everywhere Internet Age. Captivating and richly detailed visuals guide viewers through a succession of imaginative instructional scenarios. Definitely recommended.
Video by Hito Steyerl at Minnesota Street Project (like it).
Hito Steyerl video art.
Video by Hito Steyerl.
Hito Steyerl video on how to evade surveillance in the Internet Age.
Video-related installation by Hito Steyerl at Minnesota Street Project.