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Art Practical | Jun 19, 2011

Create

Create, an exhibition curated by Larry Rinder and Matthew Higgs at the University of California Berkeley Art Museum (BAM/PFA), is an astonishing exercise in line and pattern. By Aimee Le Duc   

Art Practical | Jun 05, 2011

Beta Space: Kevin Appel and Ruben Ochoa

Ochoa and Appel employ different methods and materials to arrive at the same goal: a gentle interrogation of the supposed idealism of the western United States.   

Art Practical | May 29, 2011

Charlotte Salomon: Life? or Theatre?

Catalyzed at the onset of World War II and during the height of the Holocaust years, the frenetic artistic activity that resulted in Life? or Theater? embodies not only Salomon's race against insanity but also her sense of impending doom.   

Art Practical | May 22, 2011

Degausser

Hunter Longe's new body of work, Degausser, is a meditation on the literal and conceptual manifestations of magnetism and polarity.   

Art Practical | May 01, 2011

Performing the Personal and Political: The Art of Wafaa Yasin

Wafaa Yasin utilizes stark symbolism and corporal discomfort to assert Yasin's own belief in the interrelatedness of art and politics.   

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