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ANGLIM GILBERT - RENA BRANSTEN - BASS & REINER
CASEMORE KIRKEBY - EVER GOLD
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Anglim Gilbert Gallery: Gay Outlaw - Ozone
Comment by AB: An exceptional, eclectic and notably unconventional array of sculptures include bronze, cast glass, wood and more. Always good.
Sculptures by Gay Outlaw at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Gay Outlaw art.
Delicious cast glass (pate de verre) "loaves" by Gay Outlaw.
Sculpture in above image closer. Yummy!
Gay Outlaw and her art at Anglim Gilbert Gallery (cast glass over photo).
Sculptures by Gay Outlaw.
Long view - Gay Outlaw art show at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Rena Bransten Gallery: Vik Muniz - Handmade
Comment by AB: Is it an art show or a quiz show? Well, it's both. The quiz part is trying to figure out whether you're looking at actual works of art like collages, crushed paper, mounted mini-doilies and interwoven string OR photographs of those works of art? The art part is that it's really hard to tell the difference, which makes them good art. This one's a definite yes.
Interwoven string art by Vik Muniz at Rena Bransten Gallery.
Vik Muniz art - actual collage or photo of a collage?.
Art by Vik Muniz.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image - actual doily or photo of one?
Vik Muniz art - ones crushed paper, the other is a photo of crushed paper.
Collage art by Vik Muniz.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image. It's a photo of a collage.
Installation view - Vik Muniz art show at Rena Bransten Gallery.
Bass & Reiner Gallery: David Bayus - Chapel Perilous
Comment by AB: David Bayus concocts believable scenarios that in reality don't exist. The works on paper look digital, but they're actually exceptional graphite drawings. Like it.
David Bayus and his remarkable graphite art at Bass & Reiner Gallery.
Functional-looking nonfunctional sculpture by David Bayus.
Art in above image closer (nicely done).
David Bayus graphite art up close.
Ambiance - David Bayus art show at Bass & Reiner Gallery.
Casemore Kirkeby: Sean McFarland - Echo
Comment by AB: New ways of looking at landscape. The photographs are often altered, but then placed within the context of multiple other photographs and objects, perceptions are maneuvered yet further. Recommended.
Photography by Sean McFarland at Casemore Kirkeby.
Relational photograph and object installation by Sean McFarland.
Pinkie cam detail of delicate conceptual landscape by Sean McFarland.
Sean McFarland art/installation up close.
Altered waterfall photographs by Sean McFarland.
Detail of photography installation in above image.
Attendance figures - Sean McFarland photography show at Casemore Kirkeby.
Ever Gold Projects: Zachary Armstrong - NOAH
Comment by AB: If you've ever wondered what anxiety, stress and tension look like, this might be a reasonable guess. At a distance perhaps, though they engage in more complex and gratifying ways when you zoom in close.
Agitation art by Zachary Armstrong at Ever Gold Projects.
Art in above image closer.
Zachary Armstrong art moving in closer.
Detail of art in above image. More momentous than expected. Kinda like it.