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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Amanda Ayano Hayami

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Mercury 20 Gallery’s dual solo show features the works of artists Andrea Brewster, titled “The Fragile Balance that Lies Beneath,” and Esperanza, titled “The Succulent Garden.”
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Mercury 20 Gallery’s dual solo show features the works of artists Andrea Brewster, titled “The Fragile Balance that Lies Beneath,” and Esperanza, titled “The Succulent Garden.”
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Though Neel passed away in 1984, her work continues to captivate given its authentic balance between the internal and external characteristics of human beings. On display through July 10 at San Francisco’s de Young Museum, the exhibition features Neel’s comprehensive works, ranging from oil paintings on stretched canvases to illustrations appearing in leftist periodicals.
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Though Neel passed away in 1984, her work continues to captivate given its authentic balance between the internal and external characteristics of human beings. On display through July 10 at San Francisco’s de Young Museum, the exhibition features Neel’s comprehensive works, ranging from oil paintings on stretched canvases to illustrations appearing in leftist periodicals.
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With many classes taking place in public spaces such as San Francisco’s Clarion Alley, Graffiti Camp for Girls is much more than an instructional course on how to spray-paint.
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With many classes taking place in public spaces such as San Francisco’s Clarion Alley, Graffiti Camp for Girls is much more than an instructional course on how to spray-paint.
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“(‘Rotationships’) is something I needed to do, to let out and express,” Kofie intimated. “And maybe it’s about me feeling like I'm a whole artist now."
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“(‘Rotationships’) is something I needed to do, to let out and express,” Kofie intimated. “And maybe it’s about me feeling like I'm a whole artist now."
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From passionate rage to forlorn gloom, Kimishima couldn’t help but voice a vulnerable honesty for her fans to bask in.
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From passionate rage to forlorn gloom, Kimishima couldn’t help but voice a vulnerable honesty for her fans to bask in.
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Staring, though usually deemed impolite, is not only accepted but encouraged at “The Art of Disability Culture.”
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Staring, though usually deemed impolite, is not only accepted but encouraged at “The Art of Disability Culture.”
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Each look in “Cruella” is a reminder that fashion doesn’t retain just one meaning; it is a medium through which meaning is constantly in flux — an artistic portal in conversation with the past to reinvent the present.
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Each look in “Cruella” is a reminder that fashion doesn’t retain just one meaning; it is a medium through which meaning is constantly in flux — an artistic portal in conversation with the past to reinvent the present.
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Media artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s “Unstable Presence,” on display through March 6, welcomes the lack of control that comes with participatory installations of art, as each attendee constructs their own interpretation of what lies in front of them.
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Media artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s “Unstable Presence,” on display through March 6, welcomes the lack of control that comes with participatory installations of art, as each attendee constructs their own interpretation of what lies in front of them.
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“Seeing Gender” refigures the museum’s long-held collection, highlighting the timelessness of gender representation.
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“Seeing Gender” refigures the museum’s long-held collection, highlighting the timelessness of gender representation.
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Associate Curator of Southeast Asian Art and UC Berkeley alumna Dr. Natasha Reichle curated “Weaving Stories,” which exhibits handmade textiles and garments that have long served as personal expressions of self.
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Associate Curator of Southeast Asian Art and UC Berkeley alumna Dr. Natasha Reichle curated “Weaving Stories,” which exhibits handmade textiles and garments that have long served as personal expressions of self.
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