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Berggruen Gallery: David Bates - Southern Coast; Mark Fox
Comment by AB: David Bates blends romance and atmosphere in his verdant recollections of life along the Texas Gulf Coast. Upstairs, experience Mark Fox's checkerboard abstractions and curious cardboard sculpture. Worth a visit on both counts.
Lush plant life art by David Bates up close at Berggruen Gallery.
David Bates art about the Texas Gulf Coast.
Art by David Bates.
David Bates art.
Art by David Bates at Berggruen Gallery.
Sculpture by Mark Fox (like it).
Checkerboard collage by Mark Fox.
Mark Fox art at Berggruen Gallery.
K Imperial Fine Art: Lorene Anderson - Whirligig
Comment by AB: Overlapping pastel ribbons of color and smooth flowing textures have an effortless effervescence and spontaneity about them.
Art by Lorene Anderson at K Imperial Fine Art.
Lorene Anderson art closer.
Art by Lorene Anderson.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (nicely done).
Corden Potts Gallery: Nicol� Sertorio - Once We Were Here
Comment by AB: Nicol� Sertorio imagines what earth might look like post-humanity. The way things are going, we may get here a lot sooner than we think.
Manipulated photography by Nicol� Sertorio at Corden Potts Gallery.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
L-R, Nicol� Sertorio & SF Chronicle art critic Charles Desmarais.
Altered photographs by Nicol� Sertorio.
Nicol� Sertorio photographic art.
Photographic art by Nicol� Sertorio at Corden Potts Gallery.
SF Camerawork: Begin Anywhere - Paths of Mentorship and Collaboration
Photographers: Amanda Boe, McNair Evans, Kevin Kunishi, Jason Fulford, Todd Hido, Mark Mahaney, Mike Smith, Alec Soth.
Comment by AB: Individual and collaborative works between photographers Amanda Boe, McNair Evans and Kevin Kunishi, and their mentors Jason Fulford, Todd Hido, Mark Mahaney, Mike Smith and Alec Soth. Curated by Monique Deschaines.
Photograph by Kevin Kunishi, upper left.
the large misty figure is by McNair Evans.
Portraits by Amanda Boe, I think.
Photographers and their mentors at SF Camerawork.
Relative density - mentorship and collaboration at SF Camerawork.
SOMArts Gallery: The Annual Murphy and Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards Exhibition
Artists: Emily Budd, Rafael Bustillos, Amy Cella, Troy Chew, Kira Dominguez Hultgren, Abigail Gregg, Keyvan Heydari Shovir, Amber Imrie-Situnayake, Christopher Marin, Nick Mittelstead, Natani Notah, Gianna Paniagua, Hannah Perrine Mode, Nancy Sayavong, Keith Secola, Lauren Szabo, Victor Ya�ez-Lazcano, Sherwin Rio.
Comment by AB: Precocious MFAs receive cash awards for their outstanding work.
Really big works on paper by Christopher Marin at SOMArts Gallery (like 'em).
Aluminum sculpture by Emily Budd.
Art by Abigail Gregg in above image closer.
Art by Sherwin Rio at the annual Murphy and Cadogan Awards show.
Towering pillars of painted paper by Rafael Bustillos.
Wall sculptures by Keyvan Heydari Shovir.
Art in above image closer.
Portion of a grid of inkjet prints of digital images by Amy Cella.
Installation by Keith Secola at SOMArts Gallery.
Detail of art in above image.
Photograph & sculptural cyanotype installation by Hannah Perrine Mode.
Art in above image closer.
Art/installation by Hannah Perrine Mode at the Murphy and Cadogan exhibition.
Natasha Dikareva and her ceramics at Smaart Gallery & Studio.