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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Visual Art

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“These artists and their practice are an invitation to rethink aesthetic hierarchies at the center (of mainstream art) and to expand the borders of how art history has typically been run,” she said. 
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“These artists and their practice are an invitation to rethink aesthetic hierarchies at the center (of mainstream art) and to expand the borders of how art history has typically been run,” she said. 
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On Oct. 29, SF Camerawork held an opening reception for its annual survey exhibition, this year titled “Forecast 2020,” on Zoom, with the exhibition available to view for free on its website. 
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On Oct. 29, SF Camerawork held an opening reception for its annual survey exhibition, this year titled “Forecast 2020,” on Zoom, with the exhibition available to view for free on its website. 
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Aguilera finds art therapeutic, and from home, he’s still finding ways to stay involved with activities that bring him joy.
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Aguilera finds art therapeutic, and from home, he’s still finding ways to stay involved with activities that bring him joy.
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This collection of artworks demonstrates both Presley’s multidimensionality and his ability to represent the human condition through a variety of mediums. 
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This collection of artworks demonstrates both Presley’s multidimensionality and his ability to represent the human condition through a variety of mediums. 
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“The Pieces We Are Made Of” is the most distinctively Picasso-esque piece of the exhibit, featuring various angles of the subject’s face to reflect on issues of nostalgia and collective memory.
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“The Pieces We Are Made Of” is the most distinctively Picasso-esque piece of the exhibit, featuring various angles of the subject’s face to reflect on issues of nostalgia and collective memory.
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Now the head of contemporary art at the SF Asian Art Museum, Chen remains passionate about serving this flourishing art scene.
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Now the head of contemporary art at the SF Asian Art Museum, Chen remains passionate about serving this flourishing art scene.
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The vision of “The de Young Open” combines two phrases that are not often heard together: “local community” and “the fine arts.”
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The vision of “The de Young Open” combines two phrases that are not often heard together: “local community” and “the fine arts.”
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Zheng’s work is driven by a keen interest in geometry, mathematics and ordered systems — and ways to disrupt them.
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Zheng’s work is driven by a keen interest in geometry, mathematics and ordered systems — and ways to disrupt them.
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BAMPFA opened its display of Tompkins’ works in February, but in light of shelter-in-place orders due to the coronavirus, this exhibition has had to adapt to virtual-only viewing.
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BAMPFA opened its display of Tompkins’ works in February, but in light of shelter-in-place orders due to the coronavirus, this exhibition has had to adapt to virtual-only viewing.
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Banzaca draws heavy inspiration from various elements of nature, such as the sea, putting her own refreshing twist on these elements.
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Banzaca draws heavy inspiration from various elements of nature, such as the sea, putting her own refreshing twist on these elements.
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