BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 07, 2022

Visual Art

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Libby Black on seductive objects, not-so-solo solo show at The David Ireland house

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The immersive multimedia exhibition “Hella Feminist,” on display through January 2023, combines historical perspectives with contemporary art to tell stories of Bay Area feminists.
The immersive multimedia exhibition “Hella Feminist,” on display through January 2023, combines historical perspectives with contemporary art to tell stories of Bay Area feminists.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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East Bay art galleries are struggling to maintain their spaces and communities, even while enjoying more global online exposure during the pandemic.
East Bay art galleries are struggling to maintain their spaces and communities, even while enjoying more global online exposure during the pandemic.
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The immersive multimedia exhibition “Hella Feminist,” on display through January 2023, combines historical perspectives with contemporary art to tell stories of Bay Area feminists.
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The immersive multimedia exhibition “Hella Feminist,” on display through January 2023, combines historical perspectives with contemporary art to tell stories of Bay Area feminists.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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East Bay art galleries are struggling to maintain their spaces and communities, even while enjoying more global online exposure during the pandemic.
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East Bay art galleries are struggling to maintain their spaces and communities, even while enjoying more global online exposure during the pandemic.
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A reflexive, tactile quality characterizes all of Knowles’ work, carrying back to her earliest ventures as an abstract expressionist painter and experimental screen printer in the late ’50s.
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A reflexive, tactile quality characterizes all of Knowles’ work, carrying back to her earliest ventures as an abstract expressionist painter and experimental screen printer in the late ’50s.
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“Lines of Thought: Gestural Abstraction in the BAMPFA Collection,” on display at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive through July 3, set itself up with a noble task: Expand the artistic narrative of abstract expressionism to include artists who aren’t old white men.
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“Lines of Thought: Gestural Abstraction in the BAMPFA Collection,” on display at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive through July 3, set itself up with a noble task: Expand the artistic narrative of abstract expressionism to include artists who aren’t old white men.
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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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Although moving far from home can often be isolating, Theresa Kwong knows how art can bridge the distance.
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Although moving far from home can often be isolating, Theresa Kwong knows how art can bridge the distance.
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Mercury 20 Gallery’s dual solo show features the works of artists Andrea Brewster, titled “The Fragile Balance that Lies Beneath,” and Esperanza, titled “The Succulent Garden.”
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Mercury 20 Gallery’s dual solo show features the works of artists Andrea Brewster, titled “The Fragile Balance that Lies Beneath,” and Esperanza, titled “The Succulent Garden.”
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Samora Pinderhughes doesn’t want to just talk about structural violence. He wants to pave new avenues toward change.
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Samora Pinderhughes doesn’t want to just talk about structural violence. He wants to pave new avenues toward change.
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