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Wednesday, Sep 2 2009
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"Abandoned": Photography by Brian Ulrich and Claude-Joseph Désiré. Sept. 10-Oct. 31. Robert Koch Gallery, 49 Geary (at Kearny), 421-0122, www.kochgallery.com.

"American Qur'an": New paintings by Sandow Birk. Sept. 12-Oct. 17. Catharine Clark Gallery, 150 Minna (at New Montgomery), 399-1439, www.cclarkgallery.com.

"Amish Abstractions: Quilts from the Collection of Faith & Stephen Brown": Nov. 14-June 6. de Young Museum, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden (at JFK, in Golden Gate Park), 750-3600, www.deyoungmuseum.org.

"Beautiful, Dirty, Dirty, Rich": New work by David Hevel. Sept. 10-Oct. 17. Marx & Zavattero, 77 Geary (at Grant), 627-9111, www.marxzav.com.

"Cartier and America": Dec. 19-April 18. Legion of Honor, 100 34th Ave. (at Clement), 863-3330, www.thinker.org.

"Colonization of the Dreamworld"/"Prints on the Edge": Work by Ewa Gavrielov, Connie Harris, Justin Hoover, Lisa Kokin, Johanna Poethig, and Kazuo Watanabe. Sept. 10-26. Togonon Gallery, 77 Geary (at Grant), 398-5572, www.togonongallery.com.

"Donald Judd & Sol LeWitt: Conceptual Color in Print": Oct. 17-Feb. 20. de Young Museum, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden (at JFK, in Golden Gate Park), 750-3600, www.deyoungmuseum.org.

"Forms & Shapes": Work by Dennis Gallagher. Sept. 10-Oct. 10. Rena Bransten Gallery, 77 Geary (at Grant), 982-3292, www.renabranstengallery.com.

"The Future Is So Bright": New work by Albert Reyes. Sept. 12-Oct. 5. White Walls Gallery, 835 Larkin (at Myrtle), 931-1500, www.whitewallssf.com.

"Intertidal Zone"/"Liquescent": New work by Kim Anno and Gail Wright. Sept. 10-Oct. 17. Patricia Sweetow Gallery, 77 Geary (at Grant) (mezzanine), 788-5126, www.patriciasweetowgallery.com.

"Lightning Fields": New work by Hiroshi Sugimoto. Sept. 10-Oct. 31. Fraenkel Gallery, 49 Geary (at Kearny) (fourth fl.), 981-2661, www.fraenkelgallery.com.

Maya Lin's "What Is Missing?": The artist and architect unveils her new public memorial, which she says will be her last. Thu., Sept. 17, California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse (at Tea Garden), 379-8000, www.calacademy.org.

"Neighborhood S.F.": San Francisco-inspired art by Mike Giant, Jeremy Fish, Sylvia Ji, Mars-1, Adam Flores, Adam 5100, Coro, and more. Sept. 3-26. 111 Minna Gallery, 111 Minna (at Second St.), 974-1719, www.111minnagallery.com.

"The Provoke Era: Postwar Japanese Photography": Sept. 5-Dec. 20. SFMOMA, 151 Third St. (at Mission), 357-4000, www.sfmoma.org.

"'Science' Fiction": Oct. 8-Nov. 21. Creativity Explored, 3245 16th St. (at Dolores), 863-2108, www.creativityexplored.org.

"The Stencil Show": With new works from Adam 5100, David Soukup, Chris Stain, Ernesto Yerena, Tes One, and Casey Gray. Oct. 10-Nov. 7. White Walls Gallery, 835 Larkin (at Myrtle), 931-1500, www.whitewallssf.com.

"Struggle"/"Cewebrities": Work by Servando Garcia and Ariel Erestingcol. Oct. 1-28. Togonon Gallery, 77 Geary (at Grant), 398-5572, www.togonongallery.com.

"Terrestrial Syndrome": New work by Erik Otto and Kevin E. Taylor. Sept. 10-Oct. 10. Shooting Gallery, 839 Larkin (at O'Farrell), 931-8035, www.shootinggallerysf.com.

"Wild Wild West": New work by Deborah Oropallo. Sept. 10-Oct. 31. Stephen Wirtz Gallery, 49 Geary (at Kearny), 433-6879, www.wirtzgallery.com.

Fall Arts Guide

Opera/Classical
Nicola Luisotti by Chloe Veltman
Five Classical Music and Opera Events to See This Fall by Chloe Veltman

Dance
Margaret Jenkins Dance Company by Bonner Odell
Fall Dance Picks by Bonner Odell

Theater
Stage Sage: Speculating about this season's theatrical experiments by Chris Jensen
Other Fall Stage Events by Chris Jensen

Visual Art
Harpoons and Harbingers: This fall, visual artists bite, reflect, and cannibalize by Traci Vogel

Literary
HUM525: Hitting the Books: Your required reading for the fall semester by Jonathan Kiefer

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