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Matthew Angelo Harrison’s “Prototypes of Dark Silhouettes”

JESSICA SILVERMAN GALLERY, San Francisco

Matthew Angelo Harrison, Dark Silhouette: Seated, 2018.
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Jeanne Gerrity

In an early scene in the recent blockbuster hit Black Panther, the black supervillain Erik Killmonger disputes the narrative spewed to him by a supercilious white curator regarding an African artifact on view in the “Museum of Great Britain,” asserting instead that it is a spoil of war from the... continue reading
Suzanne Blank Redstone’s “1960s Portal Paintings”

JESSICA SILVERMAN GALLERY, San Francisco

View of Suzanne Blank Redstone’s “1960s Portal Paintings,” Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, 2016.
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Leigh Markopoulos

Fifty years after painting the earliest work in this exhibition, Suzanne Blank Redstone has her first solo show. The name may be unfamiliar, but her work at first glance appears to participate in a recognizably twentieth-century art-historical dialogue. Featuring primary-colored geometric forms and grids, her compositions instantly evoke Piet Mondrian,... continue reading

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