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Dark Day Picks

Posted in Bay Area Art Scene, Contemporary Art, Drawing, Fine & Decorative Arts, Liz Hager, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture with tags , , on July 20, 2009 by Liz Hager

On Mondays Venetian Red celebrates the day of the week when most galleries and museums are traditionally closed. Every Monday we highlight three current exhibitions, new installations, or art world tidbits. Get a jump on a week filled with art.

sculpturesite gallery, 201 Third Street, SF—Mark Chatterley: Beings, Clay Musings on the Human Condition. June 25-August 29. Chatterley’s contemporary sculptures channel elements of the Bronze Age figurative tradition.

Togonon Gallery, 77 Geary St., SF—Ted Lincoln: Plural Notions. Through August 2.  Lincoln’s paintings on rice paper explore contemporary themes utilizing ancient Chinese ink techniques coupled with modern and technology-based materials, including aluminum paneling and aircraft epoxy.

Oakland MuseumThe African Presence in México (1521-1810). A little-known history of African slaves in México, as seen through the visual arts.

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