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Gallery Paule Anglim

Exhibition Detail
Solid Concept VI - Bay Area Conceptualists
14 Geary St.
San Francisco, CA 94108


November 13th, 2013 - December 21st, 2013
Opening: 
November 14th, 2013 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
 
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conceptual, installation, mixed-media, photography, sculpture, video-art
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Gallery Paule Anglim's SOLID CONCEPT series pays tribute to San Franciscan artists who, by their explorations beyond conventional art making over the past thirty years, have broadened the parameters of the art experience.  Artists featured in the SOLID CONCEPT exhibitions presented at Gallery Paule Anglim have been influential guides to other artists experimenting in conceptual art and new media in the Bay Area and beyond.
 
Please join us for a reception for the artists on 
Thursday, November 14,  5:30-7:30 pm
 
 
Featuring works by: 
Terry Fox
David Ireland
Paul Kos
Tony Labat
Tom Marioni
John Roloff
Al Wong

 

Terry Fox, David Ireland, Paul Kos, Tony Labat, Tom Marioni, John Roloff and Al Wong are all San Franciscan artists engaged in distilling the motives and focus of their practice.  As colleagues, their activity has been driven by critical relevance tempered by a playful sense of adventure.  In the late 60's and early 1970's social reform brought new ways of addressing politics into the studio: incorporating sound, body movement, Zen practice, personal history while questioning originality, authorship and the value of materials, these California artists were more interested in removing categories than in exclusions.  Working as conceptual artists meant different things to each. For the most part, they were no longer drawing, painting and sculpting.  Video, film, performance, communication, technology, furniture, hardware and repurposed materials had become favored tools of art.

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