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    09.09.17

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    Anglim Gilbert Gallery : Gay Outlaw - Ozone

    Comment by AB: An exceptional, eclectic and notably unconventional array of sculptures include bronze, cast glass, wood and more. Always good.

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    Sculptures by Gay Outlaw at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.

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    Gay Outlaw art.

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    Delicious cast glass (pate de verre) "loaves" by Gay Outlaw.

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    Sculpture in above image closer. Yummy!

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    Gay Outlaw and her art at Anglim Gilbert Gallery (cast glass over photo).

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    Sculptures by Gay Outlaw.

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    Long view - Gay Outlaw art show at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.

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    Rena Bransten Gallery : Vik Muniz - Handmade

    Comment by AB: Is it an art show or a quiz show? Well, it's both. The quiz part is trying to figure out whether you're looking at actual works of art like collages, crushed paper, mounted mini-doilies and interwoven string OR photographs of those works of art? The art part is that it's really hard to tell the difference, which makes them good art. This one's a definite yes.

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    Interwoven string art by Vik Muniz at Rena Bransten Gallery.

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    Vik Muniz art - actual collage or photo of a collage?.

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    Art by Vik Muniz.

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    Pinkie cam detail of art in above image - actual doily or photo of one?

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    Vik Muniz art - ones crushed paper, the other is a photo of crushed paper.

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    Collage art by Vik Muniz.

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    Pinkie cam detail of art in above image. It's a photo of a collage.

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    Installation view - Vik Muniz art show at Rena Bransten Gallery.

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    Bass & Reiner Gallery : David Bayus - Chapel Perilous

    Comment by AB: David Bayus concocts believable scenarios that in reality don't exist. The works on paper look digital, but they're actually exceptional graphite drawings. Like it.

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    David Bayus and his remarkable graphite art at Bass & Reiner Gallery.

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    Functional-looking nonfunctional sculpture by David Bayus.

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    Art in above image closer (nicely done).

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    David Bayus graphite art up close.

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    Ambiance - David Bayus art show at Bass & Reiner Gallery.

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    Casemore Kirkeby : Sean McFarland - Echo

    Comment by AB: New ways of looking at landscape. The photographs are often altered, but then placed within the context of multiple other photographs and objects, perceptions are maneuvered yet further. Recommended.

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    Photography by Sean McFarland at Casemore Kirkeby.

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    Relational photograph and object installation by Sean McFarland.

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    Pinkie cam detail of delicate conceptual landscape by Sean McFarland.

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    Sean McFarland art/installation up close.

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    Altered waterfall photographs by Sean McFarland.

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    Detail of photography installation in above image.

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    Attendance figures - Sean McFarland photography show at Casemore Kirkeby.

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    Ever Gold Projects : Zachary Armstrong - NOAH

    Comment by AB: If you've ever wondered what anxiety, stress and tension look like, this might be a reasonable guess. At a distance perhaps, though they engage in more complex and gratifying ways when you zoom in close.

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    Agitation art by Zachary Armstrong at Ever Gold Projects.

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    Art in above image closer.

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    Zachary Armstrong art moving in closer.

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    Detail of art in above image. More momentous than expected. Kinda like it.

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