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Fall Preview: Don't Miss in San Francisco


The fall exhibition season begins in earnest this week and there are a number of great shows not to be missed. We profile two below that we're checking out and welcome you to email shows you think we should feature.


Anthony Meier Fine Arts. Opening September 15th will be Barnaby Furnas at Anthony Meier Fine Arts. Tony Meier has one of the best programs in the Bay area, including Gary Simmons, Tony Feher, Teresita Fernandez, Dave Muller, Jeremy Dickinson, John Chamberlain, Sarah Cain and others. His gallery space at 1969 California Street. is amazing and is open by appointment. (415) 351-1400.





Fraenkel Gallery. Hiroshi Sugimoto at Fraenkel Gallery. Over the past thirty years, Jeffrey Fraenkel has put photography on the map through over 300 museum-quality exhibitions featuring the likes of Diana Arbus, Edward Weston, Eugene Atget, Katy Grannan, the Bechars and others. Sugimoto’s “Lighting Fields” series is a group of photographs created using a 400,000 volt generator. The resulting images are beautiful. 49 Geary Street. (415) 981-2661.




 


 


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PART ONE: Lisa Oppenheim @ Harris Lieberman, Kehinde Wiley @ Deitch Projects, Group show @ Maccarone, Raoul de Kayser and Chris Ofili @ David Zwirner, Tim Bavington @ Jack Shainman.


PART TWO: Carla Klein @ Tanya Bonakdar, Mark Bradford and Kara Walker @ Sikkema Jenkins, Vince Fecteau and Rebecca Warren @ Matthew Marks, Janine Antoni @ Luhring Augustine.


PART THREE: Josiah McElheny @ Andrea Rosen, James Turrell @ Pace Wildenstein, Julião Sarmento @ Sean Kelly, Jeff Wall @ Marian Goodman and Cy Twombly @ Gagosian.


Chicago: Luis Gispert @ Rhona Hoffman, Melanie Schiff @ Kavi Gupta and Davis / Langlois @ Monique Meloche.


San Francisco: Barnaby Furnas @ Anthony Meier Fine Arts and Hiroshi Sugimoto @ Fraenkel Gallery.


 


 

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