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20130528063111-1 New Technologies Don't Always Mean Interesting Painting   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Cory Arcangel, Tim Bergstrom, McArthur Binion, Greg Bogin, Stefan Bondell, Sarah Braman, Kadar Brock, Ethan Cook, Peter Demos, Ayan Farah, Anoka Faruqee, Mark Flood, Sayre Gomez, Evan Gruzis, Wade Guyton, Peter Halley, Adam Henry, Xylor Jane, Karl Klingbiel, James Krone, Landon Metz, Dianna Molzan, Sam Moyer, Oscar Murillo, Wil Murray, Angel Otero, Ara Peterson, Davina Semo, Travess Smalley, Andrew Sutherland, Peter Sutherland, Wendy White, Thomas Øvlisen at The Hole NYC May 3rd, 2013 - June 20th, 2013
Posted 5/28/13

New technology can be genuinely disruptive. The same week the group show “Xstraction” opened at The Hole Gallery, a company called Defense Distributed published digital blueprints for a potentially lethal, plastic pistol that could be fabricated at home using a 3D printer. The plans were quickly forced off their website by the US State Department. A 3D printer renders raw materials such as plastic, paper, metal, or other substances into objects, making it possible to manufacture nearly any smal... [more]

20110321212143-abstract-irwin Abstraction Also Sometimes Means Dealing in Ideas   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Carl Andre, Eleanor Antin, Rudolf de Crignis, Jay DeFeo, Jim Drain, Chris Duncan, Dan Flavin, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Suzan Frecon, Kori Gerard, Adolph Gottlieb, Daniel Higgs, Robert Irwin, Xylor Jane, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Sol LeWitt, Lee Mullican, Ron Nagle, Barnett Newman, Jackson Pollock, Kyle Ranson, Oliver Halsman Rosenberg, Rosie Lee Tompkins at Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive February 16th, 2011 - April 17th, 2011
Posted 3/21/11

Thumbing through my dog-eared dictionary (site of too many tongue-tied beginnings), abstraction is firstly a “duality of dealing with ideas rather than events” and secondly, probably in some ways more accurately for our purposes, “freedom from representational qualities in art.” Just like “modern” gets handily replaced by “contemporary” even if they sort of mean the same thing, “abstraction” gets knocked out by “conceptualism,” even if, through at least one definition, they also mean sort of the s... [more]

Picture_1 Paper Weight: Local History in Paper!Awesome!   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Joshua Abelow, Ky Anderson, Joe Biel, Libby Black, Michelle Blade, Ernesto Burgos, Ajit Chauhan, Todd Chilton, Creativity Explored, Chris Duncan, Vic Haven, Jason Jägel, Xylor Jane, Matt Kennedy, Mads Lynnerup, Barry McGee, Julio Morales, Danielle Mysliwiec, Tucker Nichols, Mat O'Brien, Matthew Palladino, Kottie Paloma, James Sterling Pitt, Kyle Ranson, Evelyn Reyes, Matthew Rich, Clare Rojas, Zachary Royer Scholz, Mike Shine, TM Sisters, Dean Smith, Deb Sokolow, Chris Sollars, Travis Sommerville, Paul Wackers, Lindsey White, Eric Yahnker at Eli Ridgway Gallery February 20th, 2010 - March 27th, 2010
Posted 3/16/10

        The third installment of Brian Nuda Rosch’s Paper! Awesome! show at Baer Ridgeway picks up where the previous two left off and with the same premise: limit artists to an 8 ½ by 11 paper canvas (with a notable few exceptions) and a relatively short time frame. The resulting works offer an intriguing cross-section of young and young-ish artists working with a broad range of media. Sprawling over the two level exhibition space, the install certainly has the look of diversity, ranging from... [more]

Ta0901_hirez A Meld of Gallery Artists   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Tauba Auerbach, Ajit Chauhan, Bjorn Copeland, Colter Jacobsen, Xylor Jane, Chris Johanson, Euan Macdonald, Alicia McCarthy, Keegan McHargue, Will Rogan, Leslie Shows at Jack Hanley Gallery - SF February 7th, 2009 - March 7th, 2009
Posted 2/23/09

A Mind Meld is a Terrible Thing to Waste is not inspired by the United Negro College Fund's famous advertising slogan "A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste," (1972) which has entered the United States' lexicon, but a riff off a quote from an interview with the Grateful Dead last month in which drummer Mickey Hart and Bob Weir referred to their collaboration and 2009 tour. Less of a collaboration than a summer show in February, Jack Hanley's exhibition pulls together about a third of the gallery... [more]

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