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Todd Chandler and Jeff Stark bring a postapocalyptic cinema to the 01SJ Biennial
THE DRUG ISSUE: It's time to start being realistic about magic mushrooms
The Photo Issue: Humans become afterthoughts in three photo-oriented exhibitions
Fully-functional, gaudy, lusty, but also mystically calm slot machines in the style of souped-up Camaros
Black Moth Super Rainbow, the Muzoracle, and Facebook's neo-psych future
San Franciscans sometimes seem fonder and more aware of what the Bay Area attracts than of what it produces
The boring and the uninteresting are different concepts
SECA: Trevor Paglen, Tauba Auerbach, and Jordan Kantor
The exhibition summons noisy spirits and stands up to multiple listening sessions
Aurobora Press and the end of an era
GOLDIES 2008 Lifetime Achievement winner: Anything but a vanity press
Jack Hanley Gallery stakes a spot within the spectacle of the Frieze Art Fair in London
German artist Matthias Hoch explores modern European cities in "New Work"
Actual art at the "Orienting Istanbul" conference includes video works curated by Hou Hanru
How did you fit so many big paintings in such a small gallery?
Visual art inspired by literary classics
Ana Teresa Fernández confronts the manual in "Tela Araña Tela"
Bay Area Now: Outside the white box with Michael Swaine
Sense and sensitivity in Horacio Castellanos Moya's Senselessness
William T. Wiley's anti-genre-fication catalog reaches a grinning pinnacle
"After the Revolution: Contemporary Photography from Tehran and California"
Shai Kremer's subtle treatment of Israel's disfigured landscapes
Eerie vignettes and a dance of sex and sadness
Liliana Porter's "Fox in the Mirror"
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