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510 All Stars

Through Feb. 18, 2015
Over 50 artists from the East Bay personalize one 12 x 12 Birch panel provided by Faultline Artspace. Free
Nielsen Art Gallery 1537 Solano Ave., Berkeley (map)


The Annual

Through Jan. 16, 2015
The Annual is a juried exhibition of new work from the Bay Area as selected in 2015 by Cesar Garcia and Naima J. Keith. Free
Pro Arts Gallery 150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland (map)


Art of Steel

Exhibit of large-format photographs shot at twilight by Tom Paiva exploring the fabrication of the bridge pieces in Shanghai, China.
Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter 101 8th St., Oakland (map)


Bay Area Beautiful Bad Girls

Through Dec. 31
MaggieRed, Lindsay Dodge, and Femily collaborate on twelve shared canvases. Free
Somar Bar & Lounge 1727 Telegraph Ave., Oakland (map)


Breathe Easy 3

Group exhibition.
Rock Paper Scissors Collective 2278 Telegraph Ave., Oakland (map)


Civic Art Exhibition

Through Feb. 27, 2015
Juried exhibition of work by 28 Berkeley-based artists. free
Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center 2180 Milvia St., Berkeley (map)


Collective Stories: Small Works By Gallery Artists

Through Jan. 24, 2015
This show is designed to present local, affordable art so you can shop for that perfect gift for your list or for yourself. Free
Mercury 20 Gallery 475 25th St., Oakland (map)


Look Again

Through Jan. 4, 2015
Solo show of John Wood's abstract, mixed-media drawings on paper. His work is a free-flowing dance of gestural marks that stem from his intuitive exploration of the human form. Free
LuckyLo (formerly lOAKal) 560 2nd St., Oakland (map)


A Look Back, Re Collections: Celebrating 45 Years

Through Dec. 31
Featuring works by Raymond Coins, William Dawson, Howard Finster, Homer Green, David Marshall, J.B. Murray, Elijah Pierce, Jon Serl, Inez Nathaniel Walker, and more.
Ames Gallery 2661 Cedar St., Berkeley (map)


Making Space

Through Jan. 10, 2015
Making Space
City Limits Gallery (300 Jefferson St., Oakland) always aims to push conceptual boundaries, forcing the viewer to rethink assumptions by highlighting thoughtful experimentations. So it’s not surprising that the current show, curated to celebrate the launch of its new Flat Files program, focuses on 2-D works that evoke further dimension. Entitled Making Space, the show features six artists from the program, which will showcase the gallery’s collection of flat files through an online gallery and store. All of the artists work primarily in 3-D and time-based mediums, but maintain crucial 2-D elements in their practices. One of these artists is Mary Anne Kluth, who works as a restorative artist at Children’s FairyLand. Kluth grew up in the field with her geologist parents, but is personally more interested in fake rocks. Obsessed with theme parks, she photographically catalogues imitation landscaping at places like Disneyland. Next, she cuts out an arbitrary section using the “magic wand” tool in Photoshop, then collages those sections into layered landscapes reminiscent of late nineteenth-century paintings of sublime nature. Her works probe into the cultural obsession with imitation, highlighting how representations gradually override their sources as mental reference points. Other featured artists include Sarah Hotchkiss, David Lasley, Jodie Mack, Sam Mell, and John Zane Zappas. Free
City Limits Gallery 300 Jefferson St., Oakland (map)


Milton Revealed: Milton and Thearicality

Through Dec. 31
Collaborative project to collect audio-visual materials related to John Milton and his work.
Wheeler Hall UC Berkeley, Berkeley (map)


Pauletta Chanco

Exhibit of woodcuts and paintings by the new artist-in-residence.
Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St., Oakland (map)


Planes Of Existence

Through Jan. 10, 2015
Recent paintings and mixed media works by Berkeley artist Judy Seidel. Free
Manna Gallery 473 25th St., Oakland (map)


Red Ball of a Sun Slipping Down

Through Jan. 1, 2015
Photographs by Eugene Richards. Reception and book signing on Friday, Sept. 19, 6:30-7:15 p.m. Free
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism 121 North Gate Hall, Berkeley (map)


ReMiX iPhone portraits

Through Dec. 31, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
A mixture of faces and expression by iPhoneographer Tony DeMartile. Free
Café Duetto 5646 Bay Street, Emeryville (map)


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