Posts Tagged 'artist'

John Patrick McKenzie exhibit: They Are Full of Holy Nonsense

“Sexy people are apple pies.” “One, two, tin …” “Acne, pimp, jerk…” The unlikely grouping and categorizing of words, phrases and numbers in the new exhibition “They Are Full of Holy Nonsense”  at SF’s Creativity Explored range from the whimsical to

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John Patrick McKenzie exhibit: They Are Full of Holy Nonsense

“Sexy people are apple pies.” “One, two, tin …” “Acne, pimp, jerk…” The unlikely grouping and categorizing of words, phrases and numbers in the new exhibition “They Are Full of Holy Nonsense”  at SF’s Creativity Explored range from the whimsical to

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Tobias Wong: ‘Bad Boy’ Designer at SFMOMA

Sometimes art speaks for itself and other times it needs explanation and context. The latter is the case for the work of the late artist-designer Tobias Wong, who takes the banally familiar and repurposes it into irony-laden statements about the

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Tobias Wong: ‘Bad Boy’ Designer at SFMOMA

Sometimes art speaks for itself and other times it needs explanation and context. The latter is the case for the work of the late artist-designer Tobias Wong, who takes the banally familiar and repurposes it into irony-laden statements about the

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Art Review: Curious George Saves the Day: The Art of Margret & H.A. Rey at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum

When walking through the Curious George Saves the Day exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, don’t be surprised if you find yourself delightfully squealing, “Wow, I remember that!” coupled with lots of, “Wow, I never knew that!” exclamations. The exhibit

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Art Review: Curious George Saves the Day: The Art of Margret & H.A. Rey at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum

When walking through the Curious George Saves the Day exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, don’t be surprised if you find yourself delightfully squealing, “Wow, I remember that!” coupled with lots of, “Wow, I never knew that!” exclamations. The exhibit

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