Category Archives: Art

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PAUL WONNER

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 5, 2016 Detail of Paul Wonner’s Still Life with “Femme au Coq”, once in the collection of music composer George Perle, early 1950s. Paul Wonner and the “Femme au Coq” paintings of the 1950s

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PAUL WONNER

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 5, 2016 Detail of Paul Wonner’s Still Life with “Femme au Coq”, once in the collection of music composer George Perle, early 1950s. Paul Wonner and the “Femme au Coq” paintings of the 1950s

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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

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DAVE EGGERS

first published in Juxtapoz, May 2, 2016 DAVE EGGERS: TAG, YOU’RE IT Review: Dave Eggers “IDAHO” @Jules Maeght Gallery, San Francisco by Tamsin Smith & Matt Gonzalez There are a few days left to see Dave Eggers’ new exhibition IDAHO

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DAVE EGGERS

first published in Juxtapoz, May 2, 2016 DAVE EGGERS: TAG, YOU’RE IT Review: Dave Eggers “IDAHO” @Jules Maeght Gallery, San Francisco by Tamsin Smith & Matt Gonzalez There are a few days left to see Dave Eggers’ new exhibition IDAHO

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BARRY MCGEE

first published in Juxtapoz, December 17, 2015 BARRY MCGEE, ALWAYS DOWN FOR WHATEVER Review: Barry McGee “China Boo” @Ratio 3, San Francisco by Matt Gonzalez Barry McGee’s “China Boo” at Ratio 3, is his first solo gallery offering at the

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BARRY MCGEE

first published in Juxtapoz, December 17, 2015 BARRY MCGEE, ALWAYS DOWN FOR WHATEVER Review: Barry McGee “China Boo” @Ratio 3, San Francisco by Matt Gonzalez Barry McGee’s “China Boo” at Ratio 3, is his first solo gallery offering at the

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SHERIE’ FRANSSEN

first published in San Francisco Arts Quarterly / SFAQ Online, January 21, 2015 Sherie’ Franssen, “The heaven we chase,” 2014. 80 x 70 in. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Dolby Chadwick Gallery. Sherie’ Franssen: The Gorgeous Nothings

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SHERIE’ FRANSSEN

first published in San Francisco Arts Quarterly / SFAQ Online, January 21, 2015 Sherie’ Franssen, “The heaven we chase,” 2014. 80 x 70 in. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Dolby Chadwick Gallery. Sherie’ Franssen: The Gorgeous Nothings