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Frey Norris Gallery: Winter Group Exhibition - Introducing Kelly Falzone, Michal Gavish, Mary Anne Kluth, Tomokazu Matsuyama.
Comment by AB: Frey Norris introduces four promising artists, three from the Bay Area, all with credentials from SFAI, and Tomokazu Matsuyama, born in Tokyo, who currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. For those of you keeping score at home, Michal Gavish has a PhD in Physical Polymer Chemistry, has worked in pharmaceutical research, and also with semiconductor crystal growth, in Israel, Switzerland, and the United States.
Art by Michal Gavish. Art (Michal Gavish). Tomokazu Matsuyama - art. Art by Tomokazu Matsuyama. Art (Mary Anne Kluth). Art (Mary Anne Kluth).
Art by Michal Gavish.
Art (Michal Gavish).
Tomokazu Matsuyama - art.
Art by Tomokazu Matsuyama.
Art (Mary Anne Kluth).
Art (Mary Anne Kluth).
Crown Point Press: 2008 Holiday Party and Sale.
Comment by AB: Holiday party and sale in the bookstore sector of the gallery. Featured titles by two Crown Point master printers are "Magical Secrets About Line Etching and Engraving" by Catherine Brooks, and "Magical Secrets about Aquatint" by Emily York. The books distill complicated printing processes with plenty of step-by-step photographic illustrations and easy-to-understand instructions; both available directly from Crown Point.
Here we are. The basic idea. Emily York - Catherine Brooks - literature.
Here we are.
The basic idea.
Emily York - Catherine Brooks - literature.
871 Fine Arts: Holiday Cheer.
Comment by AB: 871 Fine Arts combines their Holiday celebration with the grand opening at their new location on the lower level at 20 Hawthorne Lane. So now you got twin venerables in the same building-- Crown Point and 871-- like it.
Books. Art. The esteemed Herbert Hoover in da house.
The esteemed Herbert Hoover in da house.
Babylon Falling: Shawn Mortensen - Photography.
Comment by AB: Babylon Falling hosts noted photographer Shawn Mortensen, presenting a selection of photos mainly from in his 2007 book, "Out Of Mind." Subjects range from celebrity portraits of musicians and artists to travel and documentary photos from the outer reaches of Mongolia, the ghettoes of Kingston, Jamaica, and the 1994 Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, Mexico. Mortensen's work has appeared in Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Details, Spin, Vibe, The Source, XXL, and the Village Voice. His photographs have also been shown at the Whitney, Guggenheim, and Getty museums, plus he's won an MTV Video Music Award.
Photography by Shawn Mortensen. Photos. Photographs.
Photography by Shawn Mortensen.