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Art Jan 13, 2010

The Art of Greg Gossel

Minneapolis-based Greg Gossel employs a mix of silkscreen and collage to appropriate pop culture images. He collects pieces from comics, magazines, news papers, and paperbacks, compiling them in dense narratives related to “falling from… Read more
Art Jan 8, 2010

Mikal Hameed | Sound Sculptures

Tonight, Medicine Agency is bringing Brooklyn-based Mikal Hameed to San Francisco. The artist creates large scale sound sculptures and mixed media paintings with reclaimed furniture and vintage audio equipment. “Urban Manifesto #2″… Read more
Art Dec 4, 2009

Conserving Barry McGee

The Art Collectors refer us to an excellent piece from the SFMOMA blog concerning the conservation of Barry McGee’s untitled instillation. Acquired by SFMOMA in conjunction , the piece has been reinstalled twice. In a few weeks, it will… Read more
Art Nov 25, 2009

Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger, whose influence finds clear evidence in the world of contemporary art, is currently subject of an exhibition at Sprueth Margers, London. Her work incorporates image and block text, critiquing media by subverting the… Read more
Art Nov 17, 2009

“Go Get Your Shinebox” at Brooklynite Gallery

Opening on November 21, 2009, Go Get Your Shinebox presents 100 takes on the “survival box” all hinged on how to cope with economic issue. The above video introduces the artists in an amusing compilation of all included works. … Read more
Art Nov 12, 2009

Jeremy Fish “Weathering the Storm”

As previously mentioned, Jeremy Fish is currently subject of his first museum exhibition. Weathering the Storm allows Fish an opportunity to create a full scale installation using the characters he’s been developing over the past 10… Read more
Art Nov 9, 2009

Jim Brossy “Left Behind”

Philadelphia’s Projects Gallery is exhibiting Jim Brossy’s second solo showing this month. An M.F.A. from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Brossy uses mixed media assemblages to focus on often overlooked subject matter. His eye is… Read more
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