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RATIO 3 - CAPITAL - GALLERY 16
LUGGAGE STORE - SF ART INSTITUTE
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Ratio 3 Gallery: James Sterling Pitt - Forms on Forms
Comment by AB: Diminutive paint and wood sculptures are pieced together like perfect puzzles-- direct, uncomplicated, balanced and satisfying in every way. Stop on by.
Sculptures by James Sterling Pitt at Ratio 3 Gallery.
James Sterling Pitt carved painted wood sculpture closer.
Sculpture by James Sterling Pitt.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (like it).
Small sculptures by James Sterling Pitt.
James Sterling Pitt art closer.
Attendance figures - James Sterling Pitt art show at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Capital Gallery: Raque Ford - My Biggest Fan; Henna Vainio
Comment by AB: Cryptic negative-space tales cut into colored acrylic sheets by Raque Ford are on display in the main gallery. In the project room, see hanging glass sculptures by Henna Vainio.
Acrylic cutout art by Raque Ford at Capital Gallery.
Raque Ford art.
Glass sculptures by Henna Vainio.
Art in above image closer.
Glass sculpture by Henna Vainio closer.
Installation view - Raque Ford art show at Capital Gallery.
Gallery 16: Together We Make Things Happen - Nathaniel Parsons
Comment by AB: The artist organizes a quarter century of representative works into a wild-ride trip to everywhere. Good show; check it out.
Art/installation by Nathaniel Parsons at Gallery 16.
Nathaniel Parsons art/installation.
Art by Nathaniel Parsons closer.
Nathaniel Parsons art.
Works on paper too - Nathaniel Parsons art.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Tower of art by Nathaniel Parsons.
Installation view - Nathaniel Parsons art show at Gallery 16 (like it).
The Luggage Store: Illegal. Curated by Kal Spelletich, Darryl Smith, Alicia McCarthy
Artists: Anonymous, Ant Farm-Chip Lord, Chad Hasegawa, Cheryl Dunn, Chip Lord-Ant Farm, Chris Johanson, Dave Schubert, Dustin Fosnot, Eliza Barrios & Paz de la Calzada, Eric Paulos, Judith Donath, Ken Goldberg & Mark Pauline, Gabby Miller, Girl Mobb & Danielle O'Malley aka Filthcakes, Ivory Serra, Ivy Jeanne, Kal Spelletich, Kat Geng, Matt Gonzalez & Ragi da Lawyer, Michele Pred, Monica Canilao & Xara Thustra, Piper Lewine (Tropical City), Rigo 23, Paul Kos, Rudy Rucker Sr., Sham Saenz, Trevor Paglen, Yarrow Slaps.
Comment by AB: Rules, regulations, authority and consequences versus doing whatever you have to do in order to make your work and more importantly, make your point. Necessity may at times override legality.
Art by Kat Geng at The Luggage Store.
Currency manipulation- Eric Paulos, Judith Donath, Ken Goldberg, Mark Pauline.
Photography by Ivory Serra.
Photograph by Cheryl Dunn.
Kinetic sound sculpture by Kal Spelletich.
Rudy Rucker art.
Art for the kids too (not sure who it's by-- any help?).
Illegal art at The Luggage Store by Chad Hasegawa.
Long view with art by Monica Canilao & Xara Thustra.
San Francisco Art Institute: SFAI Fort Mason Opening Spectacle
Comment by AB: Grand opening of the brand spanking new SFAI campus and artist studios all conveniently housed in a completely renovated state-of-the-education-industry pier building. Like it!
Joanna Ruckman art at new SFAI Fort Mason Campus.
John James Hartford V and his art at his SFAI Fort Mason studio.
Big Alicia McCarthy art anchors the establishment.
Photography by Mo Sha.
Art by Eleanor Schnar.
Christopher Williams and his art at his SFAI Fort Mason studio.
Earth work in progress by Michael Heizer.
Mika Sperling photography.
Altitudinary - grand opening of the new SFAI Fort Mason Campus.