Marx & Zavattero

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Watchlist Artist: Patrick Wilson

(Patrick Wilson, Secret, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 49" x 59"; Courtesy of the artist and Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco) Los Angeles painter Patrick Wilson presents a magnificent new body of his brilliantly constructed, abstract acrylic on canvas paintings in his highly anticipated third solo exhibition titled '' at Marx & Zavattero, June 2 – July 14, 2012. Wilson’s paintings are conceived with the ideas of beauty and pleasure at the forefront. As the title of the exhibition... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 5/3/12

Punctuation of Memory

by E-Slant Team
Marking her fourth solo exhibition with Marx & Zavattero, New York photographer Liséa Lyons debuts a new series of chromogenic prints in an exhibition titled "Lineage", May 23 - July 2, 2009. Lyons' current work weaves images of her own past with that of her primary subject - her teenage daughter - creating a dialogue that speaks to expectations, memory, and loss. For the first time, Lyons will show several old family photos scanned and re-printed. This new direction provides an... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 6/21/09

All Our Undertakings

by Jolene Torr
Andrew Schoultz responds to the consumer society, its greed, commerce, and global economics, as well as to corporate America, war, politics, justice and disaster in his latest show,  "In Gods We Trust. " The title suggests not only the possibility of multiple religions and ideologies at war but also multiple powers that we trust with our viability.    Best known in San Francisco for his mural projects and contributions to Clarion Alley, Schoultz takes the essence of street art to the... [more]
Posted by Jolene Torr on 10/3/08

Sculptures on a conveyor belt--what's not to love?

We also stopped by Marx and Zavattero to see the Matt Gil retrospective, If you haven't already check out ArtSlant's interview with Matt Gil! --Natalie Stanchfield [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 6/6/08

So decadent...

I can hardly begin to describe the sensuousness of this exhibit. The felt is almost irresistible to touch, the colors so vibrant... It makes you want to just rub your hands all over a bear's big hairy chest... But the looks on the bear's faces are half despondent, half bored--it seems the party may have ended with a game of hide and seek gone awry.. With such a connection between all the work, this exhibition seems more akin to an installation.  And to be honest, it is refreshing to see an... [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 3/8/08
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