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View of José León Cerrillo, Ilja Karilampi, and Paul Chan, Kiria Koula, San Francisco, 2014.
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Jeanne Gerrity

Paul Chan is clearly energized by the Greek word polytropos. Homer used the word, translated as “cunning,” numerous times to describe Odysseus.(1) This information, conveyed by Chan to a rapt audience during a two-part lecture, was included in the opening-week program for the new gallery Kiria Koula in San Francisco’s... continue reading
View of Katarina Burin, “Pre-arranged Comfort,” Ratio 3, San Francisco, 2014.
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Mariah Nielson

Models are used in architectural practice to represent and communicate ideas. In “Pre-arranged Comfort,” artist Katarina Burin transforms San Francisco’s Ratio 3 into a 1:1 model that proposes an exhibition of the work of designer and activist Fran Hosken (b. 1920). Burin has constructed four spaces that compose an immersive... continue reading
“Transmissions”

ALTMAN SIEGEL, San Francisco

View of “Transmissions,” Altman Siegel, San Francisco, 2013.
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Tara McDowell

“Transmissions” is the second of two back-to-back group shows at Altman Siegel. Gallery manager McIntyre Parker curated the first, which he titled after a line in a poem by Matthea Harvey: “O the sleeping bag contains the body but not the dreaming head.” In contrast to such titular loquaciousness,... continue reading
View of Miriam Böhm's "Before In Front," Ratio 3, San Francisco, 2012.
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Tara McDowell

Stepping into Ratio 3’s new space on Mission Street in San Francisco and encountering Miriam Böhm’s austere photographs involves no small amount of perceptual and cultural reorientation. On Mission Street, inner-city kids, leftist bohemians, young hipsters, and day laborers move through a stretch of San Francisco populated by taquerías, Chinese... continue reading

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