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Art Review: Andy Diaz Hope: "Infinite Mortal"

Even if you didn't know that Andy Diaz Hope has two engineering degrees, you might guess he did by looking at his fantastical sculptures. They're festooned inside with intricate patterns and light systems that suggest a luminous engineering grid. Optical…
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Calendar, Night&Day Not All That David Copperfield Kind of Crap

Not All That David Copperfield Kind of Crap

An art show that draws inspiration from The Catcher in the Rye and social media -- occurring at the dawn of another goddamn school year -- is best left in the hands of adolescents. At "Teen Age: You Just Don't…
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Calendar, Night&Day "Everything Will Probably Work out OK"

"Everything Will Probably Work out OK"

If you've noticed some especially confusing traffic signs around downtown San Francisco in the past year or so, you may have witnessed the work of Anthony Discenza. Through his "Street Signs Project," he has peppered Minna Street with poetic interpretations…
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Culture, Artcap

"Everything Will Probably Work out OK": Anthony Discenza

If you've noticed some especially confusing traffic signs around downtown San Francisco in the past year or so, you may have witnessed the work of Anthony Discenza. Through his "Street Signs Project," he has peppered Minna Street with poetic interpretations…
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Music, All Shook Down Sandow Birk in SF: 'The Depravities of War' Goes Up at Catharine Clark

Sandow Birk in SF: 'The Depravities of War' Goes Up at Catharine Clark

Photos and Words by David Downs Santa Monica artist Sandow Birk first came to our attention through his updated version of Dante's Inferno -- vividly set and illustrated in Los Angeles. That was 2003. Birk's back with the "Depravities…
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Culture, Art Grand Opening

Grand Opening

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 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Museum of the African Diaspora, and SFMOMA, the…
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Culture, Art Linear Thinking

Linear Thinking

Artist Phil Knoll approached Catharine Clark, the owner of the gallery where he exhibits, at last winter's "-scopeNew York" art fair. "You know what I'd like to see?" Knoll asked, as a riot of works in every conceivable medium clamored…
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News, Feature Southern Discomfort

Southern Discomfort

"Do you want to see something weird?" asks Travis Somerville, pulling a Ku Klux Klan hood off a bust of John F. Kennedy. The bust is actually a cheap piggy bank made out of gold-colored plastic, and its rendering of…
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