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2007 Stories by Lea Feinstein

Archives: 2007 | 2006
  • Grand Opening

    published June 13, 2007

    In a bold move, Catharine Clark has shuttered her posh gallery at 49 Geary and relocated to new quarters at 150 Minna. Around the corner from... More >>

  • Jill Sylvia: Ledger

    published June 13, 2007

    OCD never looked so good. Jill Sylvia cuts accountant's ledger sheets into geometric lace with a patience and precision that rivals Agnes Martin's... More >>

  • Lens on Life: From Bamako to San Francisco

    published June 13, 2007

    "Africa is not a lost continent," says Yoyo Gonthier, one of the 22 African photographers represented in this excellent show. The works exhibited... More >>

  • Artist Profile

    published May 9, 2007

    In this age of streamlined electronics, San Francisco sculptor Ben Trautman is an old-fashioned tinkerer. He likes to say he thinks with his... More >>

  • "Nicholas Nixon: Patients."

    published May 9, 2007

    Nicholas Nixon's disturbing photographs are carefully tucked away in the back room at Fraenkel Gallery. Nixon is compelled by what people are like... More >>

  • "Martin Mull: Works on Paper" and "Tara Tucker: Friend and Foe"

    published May 9, 2007

    Mull, better known for his comedy than his paint-by-numbers style of art, lifts and combines images from magazines of the 1950s and '60s to... More >>

  • Tea-time in the Gulag

    published April 11, 2007

    During two summers and a winter, world-renowned photojournalist Carl de Keyzer toured and photographed Russian gulags accompanied by a local... More >>

  • "Heaven Is a Place on Earth"

    published April 11, 2007

    Jacob Dahlgren is a young Swedish artist in love with color and pattern who finds his inspiration in everyday life and his source materials in... More >>

  • "Liminality: Art on the Threshold"

    published April 11, 2007

    The Palace of Fine Arts/Exploratorium is a challenging but fun venue for an installation artist. A cavernous hangar with steel trusses and... More >>

  • Humor + Ideas = Art

    published March 14, 2007

    Susan O'Malley isn't what you'd call a traditional artist who paints, draws, or sculpts. O'Malley likes to get out of the studio and into the real... More >>

  • My Love Is a 187

    published March 14, 2007

    Four artists with impressive art-world credentials show their work in the current exhibition. For his huge unframed pieces, Mark Bradford... More >>

  • Seeing Memory

    published March 14, 2007

    This show is the latest offering from Creativity Explored, a nonprofit art school and gallery in the Mission devoted to fostering the creative... More >>

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