Upcoming San Francisco Gallery Openings Calendar >>
ANTHONY MEIER - HAINES - ANGLIM GILBERT
KOCH - HESPE - GREGORY LIND
JENKINS JOHNSON - JOHN BERGGRUEN
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Anthony Meier Fine Arts: Joseph Havel.
Comment by AB: A magical alchemistic transformation of fabric (mainly men's shirts) into stunning bronze sculptures. Also on the docket are a dozen conceptual interpretations of a circle. Definitely worth a visit.
Bronze fabric sculpture by Joseph Havel at Anthony Meier Fine Arts (like it).
Circular drawings and sculpture in above image by Joseph Havel.
Precision renditions of fabric by Joseph Havel.
Sculpture in above image closer.
Joseph Havel discusses his art at Anthony Meier Fine Arts.
Shirt collar sculpture by Joseph Havel in the foreground.
Sculpture in above image closer (like it).
Haines Gallery: Jaume Plensa - Silent Faces.
Comment by AB: Silent enigmatic portrait sculptures by Jaume Plensa invoke an awe and reverence kinda like the sculptures of Easter Island. Go see; these are superb.
A couple volunteers to put this Jaume Plensa sculpture into perspective.
Sculpture by Jaume Plensa at Haines Gallery.
Sculpture in above image from the back.
Imposing oversized portrait sculptures by Jaume Plensa.
Ghostly drawings by Jaume Plensa complement the sculptures.
Long view - superb Jaume Plensa sculpture show at Haines Gallery.
Anglim Gilbert Gallery: Clare Rojas - New Work; Bruno Fazzolari - Seyrig.
Precision geometrics by Clare Rojas at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Art by Clare Rojas - looks kinda like LA hard-edge from the fifties & sixties.
Clare Rojas discusses her art.
Pure refined abstraction by Clare Rojas.
Perfume bottle sculptures by Bruno Fazzolari.
Scents by Bruno Fazzolari.
Bruno Fazzolari (left) with John Zurier.
Textile-like paintings by Bruno Fazzolari - he sees color in scent.
Robert Koch Gallery: Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb - Memory City.
Comment by AB: Husband & wife photographers, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb take a melancholy look at contemporary Rochester, New York, the one-time home of the greatest film and camera company in the world, Kodak (also the company that blew off digital and in so doing, blew itself up).
Photography by Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb at Robert Koch Gallery.
Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb look at the Kodak aftermath in Rochester, NY.
Photography by Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb.
A look at life in Rochester, NY c/o Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb.
Essence - Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb photo show at Robert Koch Gallery.
Hespe Gallery: Pablo D'Antoni - Horizontally Speaking.
Comment by AB: If you like strange story lines, intricate detail and miniature effects, you'll like this show.
Pablo D'Antoni and his art at Hespe Gallery.
Skinny art by Pablo D'Antoni.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Populated art by Pablo D'Antoni.
JMW Turner rendition painted on the head of a nail by Pablo D'Antoni (nice).
Perspective on the matter - Pablo D'Antoni art show at Hespe Gallery.
Gregory Lind Gallery: Karla Wozniak - The Valley Electric.
Vibrant alive abstractions by Karla Wozniak at Gregory Lind Gallery.
Fanciful faraway places - art by Karla Wozniak.
Ambiance - Karla Wozniak art show at Gregory Lind Gallery.
Jenkins Johnson Gallery: The Light in Cuban Eyes.
Photographers: Pedro Abascal, Pavel Acosta, Juan Carlos Alom, Jorge Luis Álvarez Pupo, Ramsés Batista, Raúl Cañibano, Arien Chang, Donis Dayán, Reinaldo Echemendía Cid, Adrián Fernández, Eduardo García, Alejandro González, Liudmila + Nelson, Kadir López Nieves, José Julián Martí, Néstor Martí, René Peña, Alejandro Pérez, Michel Pou, Leysis Quesada, Alfredo Ramos, Lissette Solórzano.
Comment by AB: Survey of contemporary Cuban photography created since 1992, the fall of the Soviet Union.
Photograph by Adrián Fernández at Jenkins Johnson Galler.
Alejandro González photograph (center).
Photograph by José Julián Martí (lower left).
Installation view - contemporary Cuban photography at Jenkins Johnson Gallery.
John Berggruen Gallery: Reflections, Light, and Form.
Artists: Doug Aitken, James Lee Byars, Vija Celmins, Pedro de Movellan, Spencer Finch, Stephen Hannock, Suzanne McClelland, Iran do Espirito Santo, Kiki Smith, Rudolf Stingel.
Comment by AB: Group show; gallery selections.
Art by Stephen Hannock (center) & Iran do Espirito Santo (right).
Iran do Espirito Santo sculpture in above image closer.
Hanging light sculpture by Spencer Finch at John Berggruen Gallery.
Marble sculptures by Iran Do Espirito Santo.
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