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Haines Gallery: Now & Then - David Simpson
Comment by AB: A retrospective look at a half-century of art by David Simpson. Plus it's a Bay Area art history lesson as well. Good work; stop on by.
Art by David Simpson at Haines Gallery.
David Simpson art.
Small geometric art by David Simpson up close.
David Simpson discusses his art in the office at Haines Gallery.
Art by David Simpson.
Smaller works by David Simpson.
Asymmetric color-field art by David Simpson.
Long view - David Simpson retrospective show at Haines Gallery.
Gregory Lind Gallery: Eamon O'Kane - Baum Test
Comment by AB: The show commemorates a 1958 Berkeley study where ten noted architects underwent extensive psychological testing to determine whether traits of creativity could be quantified in terms of personality. My favorites? Small paintings in intensified palettes of homes designed by the architects.
Eamon O'Kane architectural art at Gregory Lind Gallery.
Art in above image closer (nicely done).
Homes designed by architects - art by Eamon O'Kane.
Eamon O'Kane and his art above closer at Gregory Lind Gallery.
Art about psychological in above image closer.
Art by Eamon O'Kane (like those interiors on the left).
Art in above image closer.
Fraenkel Gallery: Hiroshi Sugimoto - Remains to be Seen
Comment by AB: Hiroshi Sugimoto makes oversized time-exposure photographs of the interiors of abandoned movie theaters dating from Hollywood's Golden Age. The source of lighting for each photograph is a vintage film playing from beginning to end. Go see.
Photograph by Hiroshi Sugimoto at Fraenkel Gallery.
Hiroshi Sugimoto photography.
Abandoned movie theater interior photographed by Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Hiroshi Sugimoto photography.
Phantom film in forgotten theater - photo by Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Perspective - Hiroshi Sugimoto photography show at Fraenkel Gallery.
Robert Koch Gallery: Trent Davis Bailey - The North Fork
Comment by AB: A sensitive, caring and considerate look at the landscape, inhabitants and everyday activities in a rural agricultural region of western Colorado. Check it out.
Rural Colorado photographs by Trent Davis Bailey at Robert Koch Gallery.
Photography by Trent Davis Bailey.
Trent Davis Bailey and his photograph at Robert Koch Gallery.
Photograph by Trent Davis Bailey.
Trent Davis Bailey photography.
Ambiance - Trent Davis Bailey photography show at Robert Koch Gallery.
K Imperial Fine Art: Mila Libman - Changing Landscape
Comment by AB: According to the deposition, Mila Libman rubs dry pigment onto paper and then creates her soft photorealistic silhouette images by erasing detailed areas of that pigment. Unusual technique... and it works.
Art by Mila Libman at K Imperial Fine Art.
Mila Libman and her art.
Large "erasure drawing" by Mila Libman at K Imperial Fine Art.
Altman Siegel Gallery: In search of Vedaland
Artists: Liam Everett, Matt Keegan, Will Rogan.
Comment by AB: Art themed on consciousness-raising experiences and new ways of looking and seeing.
Alphabetic monoprints by Matt Keegan at Altman Siegel Gallery.
Layered painting by Liam Everett.
Pinkie cam detail of art above (as good close up as it is at a distance).
Mixed media art by Will Rogan.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Art by Will Rogan (erased magazine pages with collage).