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ILLEGAL ART

first published in Illegal (San Francisco: Luggage Store Gallery, 2018)           NOTHING IS ILLEGAL FOREVER Matt Gonzalez In The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith wrote: “Civil government, so far as it is instituted for the security

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ILLEGAL ART

first published in Illegal (San Francisco: Luggage Store Gallery, 2018)           NOTHING IS ILLEGAL FOREVER Matt Gonzalez In The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith wrote: “Civil government, so far as it is instituted for the security

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ALBERT HERTER

first published in As It Ought To Be, August 31, 2017 Albert Herter, Compound Growth #2, acrylic ink, colored pencil, oil pastel, watercolor, marker on paper, Sheet: 16 x 20 in (40.6 x 50.8 cm), Frame: 19 3/4 x 23

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ALBERT HERTER

first published in As It Ought To Be, August 31, 2017 Albert Herter, Compound Growth #2, acrylic ink, colored pencil, oil pastel, watercolor, marker on paper, Sheet: 16 x 20 in (40.6 x 50.8 cm), Frame: 19 3/4 x 23

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ADAM FEIBELMAN

first published in Squarecylinder, April 24, 2017 Adam Feibelman, “Arctic Tern”, hand cut paper assemblage, 45 x 65 inches, 2017. ADAM FEIBELMAN: Layering of Self & Other Review: Adam Feibelman “Personal Provenance” @ Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco By Tamsin Smith

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ADAM FEIBELMAN

first published in Squarecylinder, April 24, 2017 Adam Feibelman, “Arctic Tern”, hand cut paper assemblage, 45 x 65 inches, 2017. ADAM FEIBELMAN: Layering of Self & Other Review: Adam Feibelman “Personal Provenance” @ Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco By Tamsin Smith

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PAUL WONNER

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 5, 2016 (updated 5/21/18) One of five known versions of Paul Wonner’s Still Life with “Femme au Coq”, early 1950s. Paul Wonner and the “Femme au Coq” paintings of the 1950s By Matt Gonzalez

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PAUL WONNER

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 5, 2016 (updated 5/21/18) One of five known versions of Paul Wonner’s Still Life with “Femme au Coq”, early 1950s. Paul Wonner and the “Femme au Coq” paintings of the 1950s By Matt Gonzalez

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SPENCER KEETON CUNNINGHAM

first published in As It Ought To Be, November 4, 2016 Farewell for Now: Spencer Keeton Cunningham Departs San Francisco By Matt Gonzalez Spencer Keeton Cunningham has been on the road for the last 28 months, but is back in

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SPENCER KEETON CUNNINGHAM

first published in As It Ought To Be, November 4, 2016 Farewell for Now: Spencer Keeton Cunningham Departs San Francisco By Matt Gonzalez Spencer Keeton Cunningham has been on the road for the last 28 months, but is back in

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ZIO ZIEGLER

first published in Zio Ziegler, Bernard Gwilliam and the Quantum Modernism (SF: Jules Maeght Gallery, 2016) Zio Ziegler, The Three Modes of Paintings, oil, acrylic, and gouache on canvas, 96 x 72 inches, 2016. ZIO ZIEGLER: (self) Portrait of the Artist

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ZIO ZIEGLER

first published in Zio Ziegler, Bernard Gwilliam and the Quantum Modernism (SF: Jules Maeght Gallery, 2016) Zio Ziegler, The Three Modes of Paintings, oil, acrylic, and gouache on canvas, 96 x 72 inches, 2016. ZIO ZIEGLER: (self) Portrait of the Artist

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ANDREW SCHOULTZ

first published in Andrew Schoultz: Age of Empire (NYC: Joshua Liner Gallery, 2016)   ANDREW SCHOULTZ: WRITING HIS OWN LANGUAGE by Matt Gonzalez Last month, I rose to pay my bill at a Tenderloin bar in San Francisco, and realized

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ANDREW SCHOULTZ

first published in Andrew Schoultz: Age of Empire (NYC: Joshua Liner Gallery, 2016)   ANDREW SCHOULTZ: WRITING HIS OWN LANGUAGE by Matt Gonzalez Last month, I rose to pay my bill at a Tenderloin bar in San Francisco, and realized