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Exhibition

August 26, 2011

She starts by asking random people on the street to name three female artists; most can't get past Frida Kahlo.

June 12, 2011

even though I wasn’t there, a remarkable photograph from 1971 has always made me feel otherwise. In Babette Mangolte’s black-and-white image a dancer stands in the foreground.

October 24, 2010

When some artists and critics were claiming that painting was dead and ripe for burial, Kim MacConnel instead changed the rules of the painting game...

September 11, 2010

With intricate brush strokes, Tower paints the abandoned factories, like the legendary Armour meatpacking plant in East St.

June 20, 2010

James Enos’ is more than a little hard on himself.

January 03, 2010

Julia Westerbeke's 2009 installation with Clare Parry at the San Francisco de Young museum, "The Deluge," was a visually stunning and innovative meditation on the complimentary and dichotomous w

May 04, 2009

Tower’s paintings translate the derelict remains of 20th-century industry into metaphors of the 21st-century economic meltdown. The work also gestures toward various American traditions.

January 29, 2008

Also breathtaking is Steve Ausbury’s 'Excerpts from the Splat Factory.' One big wall of the gallery is painted in a pinkish tone and covered with an elaborate drawing made up of profile drawings

October 18, 2007

“Triptych: Migration Path” (2007), is the largest work in the latest 'Cerca Series' exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, curated by Lucía Sanromán.

March 02, 2007

If the early photographic pieces are Ms. Simpson's most forceful work, her films are her most beautiful...