Opening: Kota Ezawa @ Haines Gallery, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 10, 2012
This past Thursday, Kota Ezawa's show The Curse of Dimensionality opened at Haines Gallery in San Francisco. Ezawa's work begins with archiving images from popular culture that range from news stories to photography of national parks. Working in a variety of mediums including paper cut outs, animated films, Duratrans transparencies illuminated by light boxes, and sculptural arrangements.

Kota Ezawa "The Curse of Dimensionality" @ Haines Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 21, 2011
We feel like we might be repeating ourselves, but as we mentioned with Tauba Auerbach's work last week, if you have yet to see a transparency and lightbox projection piece by Kota Ezawa, we recommend finding one for your viewing pleasure. The works are unique reimaginations of pop-culture moments, landmarks, nature, and simple everyday objects.

The Art of Katya Bonnenfant aka The Old Boys’ Club

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 18, 2011
It takes a lot to be known to the world as Katya Bonnenfant, be a museum-level artist, and then switch up your moniker to The Old Boys’ Club. Well, it was just done, and for her show at Haines Gallery in San Francisco, Katya is now an Old Boy. More after the jump . . .


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