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Fred Wilson @ Rena Bransten Gallery

Questioning how museums engage and display art, and how context directly effects meaning, has driven Fred Wilson’s career. Honored with a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant in 1999, followed by Larry Aldrich Foundation Award in 2003, Wilson’s work incorporates …

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Madrone Art Bar

Madrone Art Bar: Art Space for the Masses by Anthony Torres   Madrone Art Bar is a total aesthetic cultural experience defined through the participation of everyday people who give character, meaning, and significance to …

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Cops and Art

 One of our interns got arrested [and held for 36 hours] at this exhibition that the SF riot cops wanted to break up. Other 20 year old kids got roughed up too. This cop tried …

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Moondog

I am looking forward to the Moondog article that Tyson Vogel is writing for the next issue of SFAQ.  We were able to link up with his estate and they have been very helpful. If …

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  Art Etiquette by: Tom Marioni Now is your chance to air your (anonymous or otherwise) complaints about the art world or art people in the next issue of Art Etiquette SFAQ. If you have questions …

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The Popular Workshop

Tell us some history about yourself and introduce the other individuals involved in The Popular Workshop.    NH: The Popular Workshop is: Nate Hooper, Andy Hawgood, and Lance Geng.  We all grew up in San Francisco …