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David Ireland: Revisiting 500 Capp Street
The reopening of 500 Capp Street earlier this year, and several recent exhibitions on his work, recall the influential Bay Area artist’s playful-but-profound, self-effacing sensibility. continued

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APPRECIATION: Helen Lundeberg
Celebrated in a new museum retrospective, the pioneering West Coast artist proudly wore her classicist label in an expansive career that evolved from Surrealism to hard- edged, landscape-based abstraction. continued

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Al Farrow
Sculptor Al Farrow has not always expressed himself through the unusual medium of guns and ammo continued

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Sherin Guirguis
Her abstract lexicon of pattern, gesture, and geometry contains elements of Middle Eastern architecture, West Coast Modernism, and emotional gesturalism that tell the story of who she is. continued

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SPOTLIGHT: Seattle
The inaugural edition of the Seattle Art Fair this summer promises to bring a range of galleries, and ambitious public art events, to the Emerald City. continued

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OPINION: Kenneth Baker
On the eve of his retirement, the longstanding art critic for The San Francisco Chronicle looks back at his 30-year career, the changing city and art world that inspired him, and the challenging cultural landscape ahead. continued

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Remembering Rex Ray (19562015)
In his artwork, and his design, as in his life, Ray’s innovative approach, extraordinary productivity, and commitment to beauty determinedly shined through. continued

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