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David Maisel, Desolation Desert, Tailings Pond 3, Minera Centinela Copper Mine, Antofagasta Region, Atacama Desert, Chile, 2018 Archival Pigment Print, Courtesy of the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco.
David Maisel, Terminal Mirage 24, 2005, Archival Pigment Print, Courtesy of the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco.
David Maisel, The Mining Project (Clifton, Arizona 7), 1989, Archival Pigment Print, 2013, Courtesy of the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco.
David Maisel, Mount Greylock 4, 1972, from the Memory Pictures series, 2020, Watercolor on paper, Courtesy of the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco.
David Maisel, History’s Shadow GM12, 2010 Archival Pigment Print, Courtesy of the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco.
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David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime

"David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime" at Haines Gallery is on view online.

In "David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime" at Haines Gallery, the San Francisco-based artist David Maisel used unique perspectives to make the invisible visible through reality-based photographs. Landscapes transformed by industrialization and urbanization continue to be central to his work, focused on themes of memory, excavation, transformation, and our role on Earth and in time. For four decades, Maisel's work has chronicled the relationship between natural systems and the built environment. This online show, which balances documentary and aesthetic perspectives, debuts a selection of the artist's well-known works from the past alongside a new series.

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David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime
"David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime" at Haines Gallery is on view online.

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Liam Everett: some days later,

“some days later,” by Liam Everett is on view at Altman Siegel in San Francisco through June 26.

Calder-Picasso

On view through May 23 at de Young Museum is “Calder-Picasso.”

Dorothea Lange: Photography as Activism

"Dorothea Lange: Photography as Activism," is on view online.

Clare Rojas: Here We Go

Jessica Silverman Gallery presents "Here We Go" by Clare Rojas.

Future Histories

"Future Histories" at SFMOMA is on view through May 23.

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