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Works That Disturb, At Alphonse Berber Gallery.

Works That Disturb is an exhibition that continues through March 27th, 2010 at the Alphonse Berber in Berkeley, California. It certainly features some disturbing, wonderful things.   Annie McKnight‘s Untitled features bracelets made of… taxidermied mice. “Kim Ye‘s living sculptures connect artist and model, work and world in a collaborative act of animation. Crafted of...Read...
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Skinner‘s Solo Show At The 111 Minna In San Francisco!

With a style that embraces creatures as well as tribal influences and sophisticated patterns, Skinner is an artist who truly knows his style, yet never becomes boring. Skinner’s pieces, which feature everything from helmeted guards to reptilian creatures and evil castles with faces, might remind you of a nerd’s favorite fantasy book by description, but...Read...
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Daniel Danger & Dan McCarthy Go Straight For The Heart.

I can scarcely think of a better pairing of artists than the current show at the San Francisco branch of Gallery 1988, which features gig poster artist Daniel Danger and Daniel McCarthy. Both artist create pieces with heavy nature elements, stark color contrasts, and grandiose underlying messages that truly, truly appeal to the heartstrings of...Read...
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Erica Steiner Artist Interview

"Whether this impulse is made manifest in the form of an everyday act like putting on jewelry, or in an overt act of ritual, such as the adornment of a religious icon with flower garlands, we as humans are ubiquitously driven to decorate our world, to sanctify it, and to beautify it with ornament."
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