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Troubled Pacific Heights art dealers still in business

Correction Matt Smith's Jan. 7 column, "Artist Con," stated that art dealer Nancy Wandlass pleaded guilty to felony embezzlement charges. In fact, Wandlass pleaded guilty only to a single felony embezzlement charge. The column stated that in February 2007, her…
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Calendar, See/Be Seen Robert's Rocket?

Robert's Rocket?

SUN 11/6 The fate of comics artists is often absurd: While eternal fame goes to people like Roy Lichtenstein who "comment" on the genre, infamy, protests, and letters to the editor follow Robert Williams, a skilled artist who made the…
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Calendar, Urban Experience Merrymakers


ONGOING 7/21-8/15 Aside from the pointedly smartass sculptures of Marcel Duchamp, the early-20th-century art world was, for the most part, deadly serious. You had your surrealists, your abstract expressionists, and so on, each determined to use art to comment soberly…
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Culture, Art


"100 Artists See God." This show is just what it sounds like: an exhibit of 100 representations of a nondenominational higher power. The surprises start with the choices made by the curators, John Baldessari and Meg Cranston, who have…
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Calendar, Night&Day Snap, Crackle, Art

Snap, Crackle, Art

A funny thing happened to art on the way to the 21st century. Emboldened but not satisfied by the freedom-seeking surrealist and abstract expressionist movements, it parachuted out of its ivory tower and into the streets, where it fell in…
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