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Chris Fraser

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Material Ascension   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Randy Colosky, Chris Fraser, Sandra Ono, Dean Smith at Incline Gallery October 11th, 2013 - November 22nd, 2013
Posted 11/16/13
The best part about science fiction: seeing how far folks can un-imagine the familiar. In the future, the curious life of humans after Earth, what will phones look like? forks? mops? How can artists reenvision the mundane and embrace the unknown? Should they re-invent the mop? Simply ascend the first ramp… In a gallery weirdly made up mostly of ramps, four artists have installed work grouped together under Space: 1999, the title nabbed from a short-lived science fiction show in which earthlin... [more]
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Home Makers   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Jeremiah Barber, Randy Colosky, Chris Fraser, Christine M. Peterson, Yulia Pinkusevich, Jonathan Runcio, Jesse Schlesinger, Gareth Spor, Andy Vogt at HIGHLIGHT PROJECT SPACE January 28th, 2012 - February 28th, 2012
Posted 2/15/12
We each have our routines—in our daily lives, and in our art consumption as well. We may bounce around on the hipster-lined streets of Oakland’s Art Murmur on first Fridays, fighting the crowds at Johansson Projects, trading endless text messages with friends we lost in the crowd. We may lurk on 16th Street drinking beers outside of Adobe Books during openings in the Back Room Gallery, pushing our way through for only minutes to try to glimpse actual works of art behind clusters of art-loving San Fran... [more]
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So, This is Us...   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Mauricio Ancalmo, Amy Balkin, Tammy Rae Carland, Chris Fraser, David Huffman, Suzanne Husky, Tony Labat, Sean McFarland, Robert Minervini, Ranu Mukherjee, Rio Babe International, Brion Nuda Rosch, Allison Smith, Chris Sollars, Weston Teruya, ben venom, Richard T. Walker at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts July 9th, 2011 - September 25th, 2011
Posted 7/18/11
People generally love to hate these kinds of shows. The periodic survey, named everything from biennial to triennial to quadrennial, often includes the word “Now” somewhere in the title (as this one does), but they're generally more contentious than beloved. There’s always something about these shows that reveal both the strengths and the weaknesses of a place and the art being made there (whether it's the Whitney Museum and its environs or Venice with its glut of national pavilions). This year’s incarnation of t... [more]