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Camille Seaman's There Is a Crack in Everything, Antarctic Sound–Antarctica from Melting Away at the Corden/Potts Gallery
Camille Seaman's On Top of the World–Northwest Greenland from Melting Away at the Corden/Potts Gallery
This city is graced with so many galleries that it can be overwhelming to decide which ones to visit in our precious free time. This month, the art gods have arranged for three can’t-miss exhibits at 49 Geary Street:
The Unphotographable The Fraenkel Gallery presents a thought-provoking survey of prints that captures the intangible: dreams, thoughts and time. The collection includes the works of big-name artists as well as anonymous photographers. Gerhard Richter’s September and Sophie Calle’s Autobiographies (The Obituary) truly moved us. Through March 23.
Melting Away At the Corden/Potts Gallery, Emeryville-based Camille Seaman shows a second installment of her breathtaking photographs that document the disappearing ice caps in arctic regions. Seaman is a 2013 Senior TED Fellow, and her work has been published in National Geographic and The New York Times. Warning: The polar-bear snaps may tug on your heartstrings. Through February 16.
From India to the Planet Mars San Francisco artist Amy Trachtenberg showcases a vibrant multimedia exhibition at Brian Gross Fine Art. Along one wall hang colorful, undulating sculptures crafted from salvaged redwoods. Also spellbinding are some of Trachtenberg’s signature chromatic paintings and collages. Through March 2.
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