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    01.22.16

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    San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery: Bring It Home - (Re)Locating Cultural Legacy Through the Body

    Artists: Zeina Barakeh, Jeremiah Barber, Vic De La Rosa, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Dana Harel, Carolyn Janssen, Summer Mei Ling Lee, Ranu Mukherjee, Ramekon O'Arwisters, Susan O'Malley, Tsherin Sherpa. Curated by Kevin B. Chen and Meg Shiffler.

    Comment by AB: Grand opening of the newer bigger better awesomer SF Arts Commission exhibition space in the War Memorial Veterans Building on Van Ness. All kinds of great things to come at this impressive venue, I'm sure. Hats off to the City of San Francisco for dedicating such a marvelous venue to all art all the time. Go see.

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    Detail of mural-sized painting installation by Tsherin Sherpa (love it).

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    The whole shootin' match - Tsherin Sherpa art at SF Arts Commission Gallery.

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    Vintage feel-good lingo repackaged by Susan O'Malley.

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    Social practice art by Ramekon O'Arwisters gets the attention it deserves.

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    Trippy video by Zeina Barakeh (worth watching).

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    Jeremiah Barber reminds us that life is not all fun and frolic.

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    Vic De La Rosa woven art.

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    Barely room to move at San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery grand re-opening.

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    Recology San Francisco Artist in Residence Exhibitions: Jeremiah Barber - Make Me Change Me; Alison Pebworth - Innards and Upwards, A San Francisco Wunderkammer; Robb Godshaw - Big-screen Debris

    Comment by AB: Alison Pebworth's wall-length fantasy cabinet installation reveals treasures behind each of its multiple doors. This piece belongs in a museum. Not only is it Best of Show, but it's also best of pretty much everything I've seen in a while. Sometimes it's hard to believe that all art in all Recology shows is made with 100% materials scavenged from the trash, which makes them even better. Worth a visit on all three counts.

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    Over-the-top installation by Alison Pebworth at Recology.

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    Treasures behind every door - Alison Pebworth art.

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    Alison Pebworth and her art at Recology Artist in Residence Exhibition.

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    One more behind-the-door surprise c/o Alison Pebworth.

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    Other art by Alison Pebworth.

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    Contraption art by Jeremiah Barber.

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    Jeremiah Barber video installation.

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    This would make a nice skylight - Jeremiah Barber art.

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    Whimsical art by Jeremiah Barber.

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    Odd art by Jeremiah Barber.

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    Video art by Robb Godshaw.

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    Robb Godshaw projection art/installation.

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    Roll Up Gallery: Inside My Brain - Alexis Amann, Sergio Santurio, Talia Steinhardt

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    Art by Alexis Amann at Roll Up Gallery.

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    Alexis Amann and her art.

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    Art by Talia Steinhardt.

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    Long view - group art show at Roll Up Gallery.

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