Artbeat

Our critics weigh in on local exhibits

Gallery 16. "Rex Ray: New Work": Solo exhibition of collage artist. Through Oct. 14. 1616 16th St. (at Rhode Island), 626-7495.

Gallery 555. Bean Finneran: The Oakland Museum of California presents "Up/Down/Around." Through Nov. 11. 555 City Center (near 12th St. and Clay), Oakland, 510-238-2200.

Gallery Paule Anglim. Louise Bourgeois: Drawings, hand-colored prints, and artist's books. Through Oct. 15. 14 Geary (at Kearny), 433-2710.

Giant Robot. "Some Total": Paintings produced collaboratively by Craig Dransfield, Maya Hayuk, and Brian Holderman. Through Oct. 3. 622 Shrader (at Haight), 876-4773, www.gr-sf.com.

Hang Annex. "Laugh Out Loud": Group show featuring the work of David Fullarton, Josh Keyes, David Lippenberger, Mark Soderstrom, and DAVe Warnke. Through Sept. 30. 567 Sutter (at Mason), 544-0610.

Hang Gallery. "City or Nature: Reverence and Esteem": New paintings by Brian Ida. Through Sept. 30. 556 Sutter (at Mason), 434-4264, www.hangart.com.

Hayes Valley Market. "Ephemeral Transformations": New work by Bert Bergen, Julia Aviva Bernstein, Brian Caraway, Tara Lisa Foley, Frozen Lava, and Tonya Thorton; curated by Bert Bergen. Opening reception is Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. Oct. 1-20. 580 Hayes (at Laguna), www.hayesvalleymarket.com.

Heather Marx Gallery. "Caught Up in the Moment": Sculpture exhibit with new work by Libby Black. Through Oct. 22. 77 Geary (at Grant) (Second Fl.), 627-9111.

Hosfelt Gallery. "Les Barricades Mystérieuses": New paintings by Arngunnur Yr. Through Oct. 8. 430 Clementina (at Fifth St.), 495-5454.

In Color 2. "Flags": Photography by Joe Brook, the editor of Slap magazine. Through Oct. 28. 2475 Third St. (at 22nd St.), 861-3997, www.incolor2.com.

Istituto Italiano di Cultura. "Art & Architecture": Two-person show featuring sculpture and paintings by Bruce Hasson and architectural plans and models by Daniele Benvenuto. Through Sept. 30. 425 Washington (at Battery), 788-7142, www.sfiic.org.

Jenkins Johnson Gallery. "Recent Work": Paintings by Doug Trump. Through Oct. 1. "Dreamscapes": New paintings by Jason Wheatley. Through Oct. 1. 464 Sutter (at Powell), 677-0770, www.jenkinsjohnsongallery.com.

Juice Design. "Kari Byron and Laura Flippen": New sculpture and photography. Opening reception is Sept. 29 at 6 p.m. Sept. 29-Nov. 3. 3160A 16th St. (at Albion), 355-9900, www.juicedesign.com.

The Lab. "Fabulandia: Terra.": New work by David Hamill, Philip Ross, Tonya Solley Thornton, Genevieve Quick, and James Sansing, and Carrie Lederer. Opening reception is Sept. 30 at 6 p.m. Sept. 30-Oct. 29. 2948 16th St. (at Capp), 864-8855.

Low Gallery. "The Excavation Project": New work by Rita DiLorenzo, Jeff Ray, Randy Colsky, Tara Foley, and Oliver Halsman Rosenberg. Through Oct. 16. 487 14th St. (at Guerrero), www.lowgallery.com.

Madrone Lounge. "The Shape of Things": Group show with work by Joel Barber, Robin Coomer, Ryan Donegan, Matt Melamed, and Rob Racine. Through Oct. 1. 500 Divisadero (at Fell), 241-0202, www.madronelounge.com.

Mechanics' Institute Library. "Flowers & English Gardens": Photography by Margaretta K. Mitchell. Through Oct. 1. 57 Post (at Market), 393-0101, www.milibrary.org.

Mission Dolores. "Ohlone Portraits": An exhibit that features life-size depictions of the Ohlone people, a Native American tribe. Through Oct. 1. $2-$3. 3321 16th St. (at Dolores), 621-8203.

New Langton Arts. "Trust Me": An exhibit examining the entirety of Tony Labat's career. Through Oct. 22. 1246 Folsom (at Eighth St.), 626-5416, www.newlangtonarts.org.

Newmark Gallery. "San Francisco Cityscapes": Group show of paintings. Through Oct. 1. 251 Post (at Stockton), No. 412, 392-3692, www.newmarkgallery.com.

One Taste. " Implied Body: In Its Absence the Body Is Realized": New oil paintings by Kim Weinberg. Through Oct. 23. 1074 Folsom (at Seventh St.), 503-1100, www.onetastesf.com.

Paul Thiebaud Gallery. "Twenty-Five Treasures": Group show. Through Oct. 29. free. 718 Columbus (at Filbert), 434-3055.

Polarity Post Production. "Source and Inspiration": Group show featuring the work of AnneKarin Glass, Deborah Tash, Diane Holland, Heather Hanan, Holly Calica, Jamie Erfurdt, Jennifer Mack, John Wilson, Judith Miller, Maurice Edelstein, Mike Kendall, Muffin Hyche, Lisette Lugo, Pat Koenigsberg, Pauline Crowther Scott, Sherri Cavan, Sylvia Buettner, and Tom Hyman. Through Oct. 15. 421-6622. 69 Green (at Front).

Receiver Gallery. "The Young Man's Game?": New work by Nathan Fox and Corey Goering. Opening reception is Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. Sept. 30-Oct. 31. 1314 Eighth Ave. (at Irving), 504-7287, www.receivergallery.com.

Red Ink Studios. "Open Portfolio Night 3": Artists are welcome to sign up a week in advance of this first come, first served event. Opening reception is Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. Oct. 1-5. 1035 Market (at Sixth St.), 596-4810, www.redinkstudios.com.

Rena Bransten Gallery. "Photographs": New work by Doug Hall. Through Oct. 8. 77 Geary (at Grant), 982-3292, www.renabranstengallery.com.

Richmond Art Center. Add Your Voice to "Richmond Stories": Contribute to this ongoing art and oral history project by e-mailing answers to the following questions to connection@therac.org: How did you or your family come to Richmond in the first place? What are your happiest memories here? What have you liked most about your community? What historic events stand out most in your memory and your family stories? What stories seem to capture Richmond's essence? What issues and challenges have you faced here? What are your dreams for Richmond's next 100 years? Daily. "New Exhibitions": A number of exhbitions open, including work by Katie Baum, Alisa Golden, Monica Schmid, Sofie Siegmann, Darshan Amrit, Center for Tactical Magic, jD., Linda M. Ford, Lori Gordon, Elyse Hochstadt, Elizabeth Jameson, Helena Keeffe & Claudia Tennyson, Lisa Kokin & Lia Roozendaal, Robin Lasser & Adrienne Pao, Anna Maltz, Meredith Talusan, Lucrecia Troncoso, and Jenny Zhang. Through Oct. 30. 22540 Barrett (Civic Center Plaza), Richmond, 510-620-6772.

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