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    CHARLES LINDER

    ” Bottle Tree “ by : Charles Linder 14 feet tall, wood, metal. 2012, San Francisco.       One of the ideas behind the piece comes from the dispensable nature of trees – and champagne – bot...
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    JOSEPH DELAPPE Taliban’s hands

    Taliban Hands, 2012 JOSEPH DELAPPE Corrugated Plastic, Polygon Sculpture The hands of a Taliban fighter, as depicted in the controversial Medal of Honor, 2010 (Electronic Arts) first person shooter game were appropriated and re...
  • Yoram Wolberger

    SHOW IS DOWN

      Ducks in a row is down (A short history of art since Chris Burden had himself shot) To many the expression ducks in a row simply means to be well organized. To some, though, the image instantly conjures up a row of ducks...
  • 2014

    SAMUEL YATES / DiRosa – A review

    We returned to the extraordinary installation by Samuel Yates at Di Rosa which was first installed in 1999 to see its transformation over time.  It has become part of the landscape standing tall and adjacent to a Mark di Suver...
  • marriotproject

    THE PROJECT, 2013

      More info coming soon.
  • INVITE

    MAGIC CARPET RIDE

    Opening Reception: MAY 3, 2013 6-9 pm
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FOR SALE (JULY 23 2013)

PETER VOULKOS The “Teapot” is wheel-thrown and paddled stoneware body with hand formed spout and lid, applied slips and engobes. Pete said he made it in the mid fifties at Otis and wood fired it at Peter Callas̵...


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20130626-030723.jpg

CHARLES LINDER

” Bottle Tree “ by : Charles Linder 14 feet tall, wood, metal. 2012, San Francisco.       One of the ideas behind the piece comes from the dispensable nature of trees – and champagne – bot...


WARP IT !

IF YOU CAN GRASP IT – WARP IT !

IN FIRST PROJECT AT THE J W MARRIOTT WE WILL COVER EXTERIOR AWNING WITH TEXTUAL MESSAGES.. SUPPORT IF YOU CAN ! PUBLIC ART IN UNION SQUARE. FOR SUPPORT – CONTACT [email protected] or call 415 377 1407     &nbs...