Time and Man, curated by Jermayne MacAgy, Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California, 1952 — “AN IDEA ILLUSTRATED BY AN EXHIBITION” — an episode from a semi-secret history of curating.
Tony Labat videotaping David Ireland at 500 Capp St., San Francisco, 1977. Photo Steven Kayfetz.
Drone’s-eye view (via prbarringer) of the damage left behind after Tuesday’s massive condominium fire in Mission Bay. San Francisco ruins in reverse.
Julian Hoeber, Execution Changes #80 (CS, Q1, URJ, LC, Q2, ULJ, LC, Q3, LRJ, LC, Q4, LLJ, LC), 2014. An exhibition of Hoeber’s work, Inners, opens tomorrow (2/27) at fused space in San Francisco.
Join us in San Francisco this Saturday for a participatory celebratation in honor of Kazemir Malevich’s 135th birthday (among other things) with artists Hans Winkler and Tony Labat. “People would say, ‘Well, what are you celebrating?’ because it was blank. And we would say, ‘What would you like to celebrate?’”
Malevich’s black square isn’t blank. Maybe you’re thinking of a blank square?
The group atop the “Fist” formation at Corona Heights, San Francisco — embracing the tour as the circulation of the gift of shared notice. “How else do we know another person except as an ensemble of suggestion hollowed out from the universe of possible suggestions? And how else do we begin to know the world?”