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"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.
Hayal Pozanti’s “Lingering” is the artist’s response to worries surrounding artificial intelligence and digital media.
A sound installation commissioned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Wu Tsang's new work is on view through June 2022.
Titled for the 1973 album by Cher, Martine Gutierrez’s “Half-Breed” features photographs from three of the artist’s series.
In Troy Lamarr Chew II’s “The Roof is on Fire,” features a suite of new paintings completed using augmented reality enhancements.
Amoako Boafo’s premier solo museum presentation “Soul of Black Folks” features more than 20 works from the last four years.
The artist’s second exhibition with Rebecca Camacho Presents, Sahar Khoury’s “Orchard” features a suite of new sculptural works.
Meghann Riepenhoff’s “Ice” is an exhibition of new and recent camera-less cyanotypes, which she created within a series of landscapes.
The first West Coast presentation of “Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love” highlights the career of the Black fashion designer.