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In Troy Lamarr Chew II’s “The Roof is on Fire,” features a suite of new paintings completed using augmented reality enhancements.
January 13, 2022 - February 19, 2022
In Troy Lamarr Chew II’s “The Roof is on Fire,” the artist is presenting a suite of new paintings completed using augmented reality enhancements. Chew’s debut solo presentation at Altman Siegel, the show continues the artist’s Slanguage series, which explores the language and wordplay of rap lyrics through playful and symbolic visuals. On view, Chew’s has employed his own recreations of familiar animated characters to allude to popular fad dances. Accompanying works like a scene with Bart Simpson pushing a shopping cart of mashed potatoes, or Sponge Bob with a mop and a whip, the artist has also crafted a digital aspect inviting viewers to download an app, where they can experience an augmented reality that includes Chews friends and family performing the dances in question atop the corresponding paintings.
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.
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.
"Joan Mitchell" is on view through January 17, 2022 at SFMOMA.