New Sculptures from Vincent Fecteau at the Wattis
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An untitled show of untitled works by San Francisco artist Vincent Fecteau (his first in the Bay Area in over 15 years) opens the Wattis’ season with a group of new sculptures—multifaceted, difficult-to-describe objects made from carved foam, painted papier-mâché and resin clay. In an accompanying exhibition essay, Wattis director Anthony Huberman locates a perfect analogy for Fecteau’s work: “They look like what a polyrhythmic piece of music might look like, where many rhythms are made to intersect and overlap, even if they’re all happening at the same time, on top of each other.” —Sarah Hotchkiss

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Sept. 5–Nov. 9
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Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
360 Kansas St., San Francisco

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